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Training, education, and competence - where does your company focus most of its efforts when it comes to your hazmat employees? Read More
November 03, 2014 | Regulations, Hazmat Profession
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Training requirements for shippers of hazardous materials and dangerous goods are spelled out in Subpart H of Part 172 in the HMR. However... what if you use alternative regulations, such as the IMDG Code or ICAO TI? Read More
February 04, 2013 | Regulations
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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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In this afternoon’s second set of sessions at the COSTHA Annual Forum in Savannah, Dr. Barbara McIntosh from the University of Vermont presented the results of a study she did on behalf of COSTHA. Here are some of the highlights. Read More
April 24, 2012 | Hazmat Profession
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