For allegedly failing to address injury risks, an e-commerce business was cited for a willful, serious violation of workplace safety standards and faces a $60,000 penalty.
The maximum civil penalty for a typical violation of the US DOT Hazardous Materials Regulations (HMR) increased more than $5,000, to $89,678 per day, per violation.
Updated workshops for hazardous waste professionals and hazmat ground & air shippers start April 4 in Chicago.
About two weeks before each international meeting, DOT will hold virtual listening sessions with hazardous materials shippers and other stakeholders to solicit input on rule proposals under consideration.
The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) is seeking approval of a new information collection request (ICR) related to air transport of COVID-19 vaccines.
A tanker truck transporting 9,200 gallons of gasoline crashed into an abandoned building and burst into flames on Long Island on Wednesday, February 16.
March 2022 brings three important environmental reporting deadlines concerning hazardous waste management, chemical inventories, and greenhouse gas emissions.
In some circumstances, an injury sustained while an employee is traveling to or from work may be a recordable event for the purpose of OSHA recordkeeping compliance.
These three incidents show how small mistakes can lead to shipping delays, packaging waste, lost product, injuries, and potential penalties for HMR violations.
PHMSA will continue to allow shippers to offer Division 2.2 hazardous materials (non-flammable gases) in cylinders that are no more than 12 months overdue for periodic requalification.
Find out which tanks and substances are regulated under EPA’s Underground Storage Tank (UST) program. Plus, find out which common exclusions are no longer required for tank owners and operators after October 2018.