Question of the Week: When do I need a Security Plan?
- Division 1.1, 1.2, or 1.3 explosives;
- A material that is poisonous by inhalation (PIH);
- Organic peroxides, Type B, liquid or solid, temperature-controlled;
- Select agents or toxins regulated by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention; or
- Highway route controlled quantities of other high-consequence Class 7 radioactive materials.
- Division 1.4, 1.5, or 1.6 explosives;
- Desensitized explosives in Division 4.1 or Class 3;
- Division 4.3 dangerous when wet materials; or
- Uranium hexafluoride.
- Division 2.1 flammable gases;
- Division 2.2 compressed gases with a subsidiary hazard of 5.1;
- Class 3, PG I or II;
- Division 4.2, PG I or II;
- Division 5.1, PG I, PG II, and certain ammonium nitrate compounds;
- Division 6.1 poison other than PIH; or
- Class 8, PG I.
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