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02/27/2018

In California: DOT Hazmat and Title 22 Training In April!

In April, collaborate and learn alongside other dangerous goods professionals in California to meet DOT (49 CFR), IATA DGR, and IMDG Code hazmat training mandates at 49 CFR 172.704 and learn new rules you must know for 2018.

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02/05/2018

Execs and Employees Convicted for Hazmat and RCRA Waste Shipping Fraud

Multiple employees and executives of a California wastewater company now face criminal sentences for a fraud scheme that involved knowing violations of the Hazardous Materials Transportation Act (HMTA).  

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01/05/2018

IATA Posts Addendum I to the 2018 DGR

On December 22, the International Air Transport Association (IATA) released Addendum I to its 59th Edition Dangerous Goods Regulations (DGR), in effect for hazmat air shippers as of January 1, 2018.   

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11/03/2017

DOT Needs More Input from Hazmat Shippers on 49 CFR Regulatory Review

DOT wants input from shippers, freight forwarders, carriers, and others about which 49 CFR transportation regulations are most burdensome and where PHMSA, FAA, FRA, FMSCA, and other DOT agencies can simplify or clarify the requirements to minimize that burden.    

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09/11/2017

2 New PHMSA Hazmat Interpretations for August 2017

Last month, the Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration issued two hazmat interpretations of interest to shippers, freight forwarders, and carriers.  

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08/14/2017

Pre-order Your 2018 IATA DGR and Save

Lion Technology today announced the official start of its annual IATA DGR pre-sale for 2018. Save $10 and get free shipping anywhere in the US when you order at Lion.com before October 15.  

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08/08/2016

What's New in the 2017 IATA DGR?

Starting January 1, 2017, hazardous materials/dangerous goods air shipper s must comply with the forthcoming 58th edition of the International Air Transport Association Dangerous Goods Regulations (IATA DGR).

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