PHMSA Finalizes Enhanced Enforcement Authority Procedures
Under these new procedures the DOT can now:
- detain potentially noncompliant packages for inspection.
- open detained packages, in order to identify non-compliant or undeclared hazmat.
- issue out-of-service orders to remove transport vehicles or packages from transportation to mitigate imminent hazards.
Tags: DOT, hazmat shipping, new rules
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