PHMSA Posts Yearly Hazmat Editorial Corrections Rule
In this yearly rulemaking, US DOT corrects regulatory references, replaces inadvertently removed words and/or paragraphs, removes outdated implementation and compliance deadlines, and makes other changes to the rules for hazmat shippers. The full text of the Final Rule is available online here.
Full Summary for Lion Members
Lion Members signed up to receive hazmat special bulletins will receive a summary of the changes made in today’s Final Rule. Members can also log in here to view the summary on Lion.com. Special Bulletins can be accessed from the “Regulations & Updates” tab in the Member Area.
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