Compliance Archives - July 2012
7/1/2012Beginning January 2013, any shipping papers printed with the old style hazmat description (PSN first) will be subject to rejection by the transporter, enhanced inspection by the authorities, and possible civil fines. The Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration (PHMSA) establishes requirements for...
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Hazardous Material Pharmacy Technician
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Hazmat Shipping Professional
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