Catch up on the headlines that matter to environmental, safety, and hazardous materials professionals this week with this 5-minute quiz.
PHMSA’s policy of enforcement discretion regarding use of alternate adhesive tape to close UN rated packagings will end on August 31, 2022.
OSHA is considering a rulemaking to revise its standards for workplace exposure to lead, based on medical findings made since the Standard for lead was established in 1978.
Four people—two police officers and two trucking company employees—were transported to a hospital as a precautionary measure following a suspected nitric acid release in New Jersey last week.
Which is longer: US DOT's definition of a hazardous material or the NFL rulebook definition of a completed pass?
EPA has proposed to add a category for diisononyl phthalate (DINP) to the list of toxic chemicals subject to annual reporting under the Emergency Planning and Community Right-To-Know Act (EPCRA).
US DOT PHMSA announced actions to grant or deny hazardous materials Special Permits in the Federal Register on August 15.
US EPA will host a three-day virtual public meeting on October 4—6 to explore recommendations for increasing use of electronic hazardous waste manifests. The meeting will run from 10 AM to 6 PM ET each day.
In this week's EPA Enforcement Roundup, a hotel chain resolves alleged hazardous waste violations, an oil processing facility makes upgrades to reduce air pollution, and a recycling facility pays to settle alleged TSCA violations related to PCBs.
On July 27 at about 5:45 PM, a chemical release from a specialty chemicals facility near Interstate 20 in Elgin, SC led local officials to close a 10 mile stretch of highway.
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