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Compliance Archives - March 2017

3/27/2017

Waiting for 215N: Which Hazmat Label Specs To Use?

In a January 2013 Final Rule, DOT allowed for a two-year transition period to allow shippers to deplete their stock of “old” labels and pre-printed packagings. Now, as of January 1, 2017, shippers are required to mark and label packages in line with new size requirements.   

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