Definition of International Convention for Safe Containers

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International Convention for Safe Containers

'International Convention for Safe Containers' is an military term. It means '(DOD) A convention held in Geneva, Switzerland, on 2 Dec 1972, which resulted in setting standard safety requirements for containers moving in international transport. These requirements were ratified by the United States on 3 January 1978. Also called CSC'.

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