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PHMSA’s Notice of Proposed Rule Making (NPRM), HM-215M, contains numerous changes to the HMR, in just about every section. Read More
August 28, 2014 | Regulations
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There’s an old pop song by the Jackson Five that includes the line “A, B, C, 1, 2, 3”. (Kinda cute, and if you set your decoder ring to B = 2, you’ll find out you should drink your Ovaltine.) In Dangerous Goods (DG), there’s a similar association packaging manufacturers, packaging testers, and packagers make use of. It’s X, Y, Z, I, II, III. Read More
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The 41st Session of the UN Subcommittee of Experts on the Transport of Dangerous Goods (UNSCOE TDG) is being held now in Geneva, Switzerland. The Subcommittee is reviewing over 100 white papers proposing changes to the UN Model Regulations. Read More
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The shipping of dangerous goods (or hazardous materials, I’ll use the terms interchangeably) is highly regulated. Whether you’re shipping dangerous goods by air, sea, or ground, it doesn’t have to be a risky proposition. With careful attention to these five factors, you should be able to select the right packaging to meet your needs. Let's begin! Step #1 is to review the nature of the materials being shipped. Read More
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