Updates to DOT Hazmat Rules
- Updated contact information for special permit applications, incident reports, and other official communications.
- Clarified naming requirements for certain compressed gases (such as aerosols, argon, helium, etc.).
- Corrected errors in the Hazardous Materials Table (49 CFR 172.101).
- Removed obsolete references to transition dates that are long gone.
- Fixed references that incorrectly cross-referenced toxic inhalation materials to Class 7 radioactive materials.
- Restored explosive packagings that were accidently removed from 49 CFR 173.62.
- Corrected references found under the gases classification section (49 CFR 173.15).
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