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J. J. Keller protects people and the businesses they run. You can trust our expertise across a wide range of subjects relating to labor, transportation, environmental, and worker safety. Our deep knowledge of federal and state agencies is built on a strong foundation of more than 100 editors and consultants and 70+ years of regulatory compliance experience.

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J. J. Keller protects people and the businesses they run. You can trust our expertise across a wide range of subjects relating to labor, transportation, environmental, and worker safety. Our deep knowledge of federal and state agencies is built on a strong foundation of more than 100 editors and consultants and 70+ years of regulatory compliance experience.

  • 2022 edition of Hazardous Materials Compliance Pocketbook includes changes from the HM-215P final rule
  • 2024 edition of Hazardous Materials Compliance Pocketbook includes changes from the HM-215Q final rule
  • The changes in HM-215Q affect just about every Part in the HMR. Some of the major changes include:
    • Incorporation by Reference: PHMSA is incorporating by reference updated versions of:
      • The 2023-2024 edition of the International Civil Aviation Organization Technical Instructions for the Safe Transport of Dangerous Goods by Air (ICAO Technical Instructions),
      • Amendment 41-22 to the International Maritime Dangerous Goods Code (IMDG Code), and
      • The 22nd Revised Edition of the United Nations Recommendations on the Transport of Dangerous Goods (UN Model Regulations).
    • Hazardous Materials Table (49 CFR 172.101): PHMSA is making changes to certain packing groups (PGs), special provisions (SPs), proper shipping names (PSNs), bulk packaging requirements, passenger and cargo-only aircraft maximum quantity limits, packaging authorizations, and hazard classes.
    • Polymerizing Substances: PHMSA is removing the phaseout date (January 2, 2023) from the transport provisions for polymerizing substances to allow for continued use of the provisions.
    • Cobalt dihydroxide powder containing not less than 10 percent respirable particles: PHMSA is adding, “UN3550 Cobalt dihydroxide powder, containing not less than 10% respirable particles,” to HMT, along with information on corresponding packaging provisions.
    • Lithium Battery Exceptions: PHMSA is removing the exceptions for small lithium cells and batteries for transportation by aircraft as well as removing the emergency telephone number requirement on the lithium battery mark.
  • Gives your drivers fast access to the current info they need to check placards, labels, markings and shipping papers for compliance with hazardous materials regulations
  • Covers a wide range of critical hazmat topics, including:
    • Shipping papers
    • Placarding
    • Loading and unloading
    • Transport
    • Specific class requirements
    • Materials of trade
    • Limited quantities
    • And more
  • Contains the first seven columns of the §172.101 Hazardous Materials Table with two additional columns providing ERG guide numbers and placarding info
  • Includes the List of Hazardous Substances, the List of Marine Pollutants, and the §172.102 special provisions
  • Reprinted every month, ensuring up-to-date content
  • Measures 5" W x 7" L
  • Softbound, approximately 450 pages

Industry: Transportation

Average Rating: 4.5, 4.4

BVNumberOfReviews: 30, 29, 28

Format: Softbound

Copyright Date: 2024

Language: English

Size: 5" x 7"

Need to Purchase a Case?: 50 per case

ISBN: 979-8-88912-366-8