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The HazMat Reference Gateway™, the subscribers-only section of our website takes readers to all past HazMat Alerts, reports from our technical, legal and legislative advisors, and important presentations with hyperlinks to official documents from recommending and regulatory bodies.
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Electronic HazMat Alerts, issued by email provide you with professional summaries of essential rule changes, international meetings, links to the rules, and links to the Federal Register to submit comments.
The Gateway’s vast array of over 6500 documents of easily searchable expert presentations back to 1995, with all U.S. DOT letters of interpretation of the hazardous materials regulations presented verbatim, 1995 to the current date. The most important letters are hyperlinked to comments by our technical advisors, experts who as high level managers within the U.S. DOT and senior regulatory industry professionals, engaged in the writing of the rules both at the U.S. level and at international fora.
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