hazardous materials

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hazard material

Articles or substances that are capable of posing a significant risk to health, safety, or property when transported by air. Also called hazardous materials, hazmat, or dangerous goods.
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Department of Transportations (DOT) Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administrations (PHMSA) today announced it is issuing three separate hazardous materials training related grants totaling $23,870,045.
NASDAQ: TTEK) has been awarded a contract for a maximum cumulative ceiling value of USD 77 million for ASH III Program Support Services by the Federal Aviation Administration's (FAA) Office of Security and Hazardous Materials Safety (ASH), the company said.
M2 EQUITYBITES-July 14, 2017-Tetra Tech gets FAA security and hazardous materials support contract
The Department of Transportation (DOT) requires "offerors" of hazardous materials to develop and adhere to a site-specific security plan that evaluates transportation security risks and appropriate measures to address those risks.
Individuals who are expected to stop, contain, and clean up releases of hazardous materials are required to have 8 hours of annual refresher training.
The Alaska West Training Center has a new name and is newly accredited to provide hazardous materials response training that meets national and international criteria.
Typically, metalcasting facilities aren't known as hazardous materials shippers.
Department of Transportation (DOT) rule requiring additional and more detailed information from applicants who seek special permits to transport hazardous materials is burdensome, costly, and will not enhance safety.
The common sense approach to hazardous materials, 3d ed.
Abu Dhabi: Minimising risks due to hazardous materials is of vital importance from both the public health perspective and the point of view of the environment, a government official said.
AAJ member Dan O'Fallon of Minneapolis and AAJ Director of Regulatory Affairs Gerie Voss appeared at a May hearing of the Federal Railroad Administration and the Pipeline Hazardous Materials Safety Administration (PHMSA) to discuss a proposed PHMSA rule that would strengthen the crashworthiness of rail tank cars that are used to transport hazardous materials.

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