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11/07/2022

How to Use US DOT's Hazmat Special Provisions

How hazardous materials shippers find and use applicable special provisions, and why they are essential to transportation safety and compliance with the HMR.  

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10/24/2022

Surprise Hazmat Inspection Blitz Finds 1,700 Violations

More than 6,600 packages containing hazardous materials were inspected during roadside checks in the US and Canada during an unannounced five-day inspection blitz earlier this year.

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09/22/2022

Quick Quiz: EH&S News of the Week

Catch up on the headlines that matter to environmental, safety, and hazardous materials professionals this week with this 5-minute quiz.

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08/25/2022

Quick Quiz: EH&S News of the Week

Catch up on the headlines that matter to environmental, safety, and hazardous materials professionals this week with this 5-minute quiz.

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07/28/2022

Quick Quiz: EH&S News of the Week

Catch up on the headlines that matter to environmental, safety, and hazardous materials professionals this week with this 5-minute quiz.

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07/28/2022

DOT Train Staffing Rule Back on Track

The US DOT Federal Rail Administration (FRA) proposed a rulemaking to establish minimum staffing requirements for all railroad operations (except those that pose no significant safety risks).

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07/01/2022

When Shipping Fireworks Goes Wrong

This year’s Independence Day celebration started one week early in New Jersey, when a truck carrying a reported 10,000 pounds of fireworks caught fire on Route 287

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06/28/2022

Spring 2022 Regulatory Agenda Released

The semi-annual Agenda details new regulations that Federal agencies like US EPA, US DOT, and OSHA have planned for the near future.

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05/27/2022

Latest DOT Actions on Hazmat Special Permits

US DOT announced actions to grant or deny new and modified hazmat Special Permits in the Federal Register on May 27.  

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05/19/2022

Shipping Unidentified Hazardous Materials

Someday you may have a close encounter with a material or product for which you have no conclusive proof of the chemical makeup, properties, or potential hazards.You could call these UHMs—Unidentified Hazardous Materials.  

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