22. If a consignment cannot be delivered to the consignee, the carrier shall
(a) notify the consignor, the consignee and the Commission; and
(b) place the consignment in an area to which access is controlled by the carrier and keep it there until it can be delivered to the consignor or the consignee.
RECORDS TO BE KEPT AND RETAINED
23. (1) Every person who packages radioactive material in a Type IP-2, Type IP-3 or Type A package shall keep a record of the following information and documents concerning the package:
(a) the technical specifications of its design;
(b) the type, quantity and physical form of the radioactive material that it is designed to contain;
(c) any document that demonstrates that the package meets the requirements of these Regulations, including the written quality assurance program; and
(d) instructions for packaging, transport, receiving, maintenance and unpackaging.
(2) Every person who is required by subsection (1) to keep a record shall retain the record for the period ending two years after the date on which the packaging occurs.
- SOR/2003-405, s. 23.
COMING INTO FORCE
24. These Regulations come into force on the day on which they are approved by the Governor in Council.
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