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Shipments of dangerous goods marked with the ORM-D Limited Quantity mark do not need special exemption paperwork.
New Hazmat Law Gives New Powers to DOT Inspectors
MAP-21: If a DOT Inspector has reasonable cause to believe a packaging represents an imminent hazard, he or she can open and inspect that package.
OSHA's New HazCom Standard May Require Changes in Your Packaging
Even if you don't manufacture or import chemicals, OSHA's new HazCom rules may necessitate packaging changes.
Addendum 5 to the 2011-2012 ICAO TI is now available. We recommend you review the 25-page document, as a number of modifications to state and operator variations were made.
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