Monday, August 10, 2020
 
     

IN THIS ISSUE – MAY/JUNE 2020

PHMSA Issues the HM-215O International Harmonization Final Rule: In Two Parts
By Christopher Lind, Technical Advisor   

PHMSA Authorizes Electronic Shipping Papers for Rail Transportation
By Richard Bornhorst, Technical Advisor 

An International Air Transport Case Study
By Frits Wybenga, Senior Technical Advisor  

Using a Safety Data Sheet for Classification of Hazardous Materials
By Christopher Lind, Technical Advisor 

Shipping Active Data Loggers
By Patrick Oppenheimer, Technical Advisor 

Temperature and Shock Monitors for Shipping Containers
By Christopher Lind, Technical Advisor 

Best Practices and Training
By Patrick Oppenheimer, Technical Advisor

Part 1: Pre-Meeting Report on Proposals to be Discussed at the 57th Session of the UN Sub-Committee of Experts on the Transport of Dangerous Goods
By Christopher Lind, Technical Advisor

Part 2: Pre-Meeting Report on Proposals to be Discussed at the 57th Session of the UN Sub-Committee of Experts on the Transport of Dangerous Goods
By Christopher Lind, Technical Advisor

Packaging Selection for High Vapor Pressure Liquid Materials
By Christopher Lind, Technical Advisor

The Journal of HazMat Transportation’s Exclusive Comments on the U.S. DOT Letters of the Hazardous Materials Regulations
By Frits Wybenga, Senior Technical Advisor

  • Meaning of visual inspection and qualifications for performing a visual inspection by tank car facilities
  • Meaning of Gross Weight of Hazardous Material
  • Meaning of the Proper Shipping Name Perfumery Products

U.S. DOT Letters of Interpretation of the Hazardous Materials Regulations: March, April, and May 2020. 26 letters sorted, indexed and provided verbatim.

PHMSA Penalties: March and April 2020

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