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Both the Department of Transportation (DOT) and the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) have standards for how to communicate the dangers of goods and products they consider “hazardous.” Here's a brief primer on the differences. Read More
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The U.S. DOT has classified Ebola as a Category A Infectious Substance, and as such, specific regulations apply. These not only cover packaging, but training and security plan requirements as well. Read More
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PHMSA issued a letter of interpretation regarding the continued use of the "old" Class 9 label and placard. Read More
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Long ago I learned the transport regulations aren’t written in English. Oh sure, you can find the words in an English dictionary, but the regulations seem to be written in Bureaucratish or Legalese or Regulatory Speak. Read More
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