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The Journal of HazMat Transportation

Since 1990, The Journal of HazMat Transportation™ has focused exclusively on providing expert review and analysis of U.S. and International hazardous materials transportation regulations. Since the beginning, it has been an indispensable management tool for both large and small chemical companies and government agencies throughout North America and Europe.

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Technical Advisors and Regulatory Specialists

Frits Wybenga was the Deputy Associate Administrator for Hazardous Materials Safety in DOT. He represented the United States at the UN Committee of Experts on the Transport of Dangerous Goods and its Sub-Committee. Ed Mazzullo was formerly Director of the Office of Hazardous Materials Standards within DOT’s Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration. He has over 30 years of hazmat regulatory experience with DOT.
Geoff Leach is the Director of The Dangerous Goods Office Limited at London Gatwick Airport, United Kingdom. In 2007 he was elected Chairman of the ICAO DGP, a position he held until 2014 when he left the CAA. Jean-Pierre Gagnon worked for the National Transportation Agency of Canada and Transport Canada TDG Directorate since 1989. He began his career with the Canadian Transport Commission in 1980. He has been actively involved in all government regulatory changes and programs affecting rail tank cars in North America
James Rader is Senior Vice President of Watco Compliance Services. Formerly the Staff Director, Hazardous Materials Division, FRA, he has over 35-years of experience in railroad transportation. Ed Pritchard is a Senior Partner in the Railroad Services Division at Paladin Consulting Group, Inc. Prior to that he served as Director of Safety Assurance and Compliance at the Federal Railroad Administration.
Glenn P. Wicks, Esq., President, and associates of the Wicks Group, PLLC, provide legal analysis to The Journal on matters of hazmat regulation and compliance. Click here for a full list of Technical Advisors and Regulatory Specialists to The Journal, including: Gordon Rousseau, formerly of the U.S. Coast Guard and DOT, among other industry experts.
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HazMat Alerts
  • 2014-40 July 23, 2014 U.S. DOT Announces Proposed Rulemakings for High Hazard Flammable Materials Transported by Rail

  • 2014-39 July 23, 2014 Report on the 45th Session of the UN Sub-Committee of Experts on the Transport of Dangerous Goods

  • 2014-38 July 21, 2014 Transport Canada Requests Comment on Proposed New Class of Tank Car (TC-140) and Retrofit of TC/DOT-111 Tank Cars

  • 2014-37 July 18, 2014 OMB Concludes Review of HM-224F Revisions to Requirements for the Transportation of Lithium Batteries

  • 2014-36 July 15, 2014 PHMSA Proposes Adoption into HMR of Provisions for Bulk Vehicles Used for Explosives under Special Permits