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- Outsourcing Internal Audits – does this make sense?
- ISO 14001:2015 – 9.1.2 Evaluation of compliance – anything new??
- Elementary Neutralization: Treatment Without a Permit
- EPA Turns Up the Heat on Refrigerant Regulation
- Arc Flash Risk Management – a very real threat to your employees
- Heat Stress – keeping your employees safe
- Webinar – Identifying Risks and Opportunities from a Life Cycle Perspective
- Aerosol Can Disposal – what is required?
- ISO 14001:2015 Tool Box
- Are Universal Wastes DOT Regulated?
- ISO 45001 (Occupational Health & Safety) – Could it Lead to more Stringent Provisions Around Legal Compliance?
- OSHA final rule requires electronic injury and illness reporting, creates public database
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Category Archives: DOT
The answer is yes, no, and maybe. Under the DOT regulations, hazardous wastes are regulated in all modes (ground, air, rail, vessel) of transportation. EPA has classified specific hazardous waste as Universal Waste to streamline the process and encourage recycling … Continue reading
U.S. Department of Transportation Issues New Standards to Improve Safety of Lithium Battery Transportation
WASHINGTON – The U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) today issued new standards to strengthen safety conditions for the shipment of lithium cells and batteries. These changes, some of which focus specifically on shipments by air, will better ensure that lithium … Continue reading
The Office of Hazardous Materials Initiatives and Training (OHMIT) develops materials that make it easier to use the Hazardous Materials Regulations (HMR). Some OHMIT publications enhance general understanding of the regulations, while others focus on specific “niches” within which a training gap … Continue reading