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Print Journal: Six bi-monthly issues containing our exclusive regulatory reports, DOT letters of interpretation of the HMR, comments on significant interpretations, penalties information, and rule and rulemaking summaries.

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Available to all authorized users, the Gateway provides:

  • Reports hyperlinked to original source documents (e.g. Federal Register, ICAO, IMDG proposals and documents).
  • Timely alerts on regulatory changes between print editions of the publication.
  • Major reports, by subject category, on rulemakings and final rules issued by the US Dept of Transportation. Reports are hyperlinked to original source documents, and are chronologically sorted and presented by major subject category.

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You receive full access to over 6,000 searchable documents , which have appeared in the print publication through the current issue, updated regularly, including:

  • All of our regulatory analyses, the DOT Letters of Interpretation of the HMR, and over 375 comments on those letters by dangerous goods experts and regulatory experts, Andy Altemos and Frits Wybenga.
  • All of our comments are hyperlinked to the original DOT letter; our recent comments include links to the 49 CFR section. 
  • Key word searches can be performed on segregated subject groupings, or the entire database, providing chronological summaries which show title of report, date, and author.

Access to the Digital Editions of The Journal of HazMat Transportation™ back to 2009 

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  • Ability to conduct searches on the HazMat Reference Gateway™ while viewing the current edition.