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IATA Updates Jan 2023

By |2023-01-19T11:42:50-05:00January 19th, 2023|InfoBulletin|

IATA has released their January updates to the newest regulations. Downloads: IATA ADDENDUM JAN 2023 IATA Lithium Battery Guidance 2023 Infotrac can supply the IATA DGR as well as the training  you need to navigate the regulations and stay compliant. Email [email protected] or call 1-800-535-5053 today!

49 CFR Update – Civil Penalties

By |2023-01-12T14:52:47-05:00January 12th, 2023|Uncategorized|

Last Friday's Federal Register included an update from PHMSA with increases to Civil Penalties.  You can review the Register here: [PDF] [TEXT] It's amounts to a 1.07745 percent increase in the civil penalty amounts as follows: New Maximum penalty for hazardous materials violation: $96,624. New Maximum penalty for hazardous materials violation that results in

2022 FMSCA YEAR IN REVIEW

By |2022-12-21T16:28:19-05:00December 21st, 2022|InfoBulletin|

2022 FMSCA YEAR IN REVIEW This year began with numerous exemption applications for the qualification of drivers related to vision, hearing, and epilepsy/ seizure disorders. FMCSA requires those seeking a commercial driver’s license meet certain physical and health criteria. When an induvial does not meet those requirements, an exemption can be obtained. Those approvals

PHMSA Update – December 21, 2022

By |2022-12-21T15:49:23-05:00December 21st, 2022|InfoBulletin|

Today the Federal Register included an update from the Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration (PHMSA).  They have incorporated the Interim Final Rule (IFR) into the 49 Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) Hazardous Materials Regulations (HMR) under this Final Rule (FR) with a few small changes based on people’s comments, including some Jason Kob

2022 PHMSA/DOT YEAR IN REVIEW

By |2022-12-21T16:29:23-05:00December 19th, 2022|InfoBulletin|

The U.S. Department of Transportation’s (DOT) Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration (PHMSA) announced a Final Rule that amends the Federal Hazardous Materials Regulations (HMR) to harmonize U.S. laws with numerous international standards. The Final Rule improves safety, streamlines the transport of hazardous materials, including medical supplies, batteries, and components used in manufacturing, and

2022 OSHA YEAR IN REVIEW

By |2022-12-16T13:04:57-05:00December 16th, 2022|InfoBulletin|

2022 OSHA YEAR IN REVIEW - Andie Denk, Infotrac GHS Director When OSHA adopted GHS in 2012, Revision 3 of the United Nations’ Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labelling of Chemicals (the “Purple Book”) was used to create the regulation. In the past 10 years, there have been significant changes have been made

DOT & OSHA Public Meetings June 12, 2018

By |2018-05-17T13:49:35-05:00May 17th, 2018|InfoBulletin|

June 12, 2018 OSHA and PHMSA will host public meetings at the DOT Headquarters Conference Center.  Conference call or "Skype meeting" options will also be available. Preregistration is required. PHMSA will meet from 9:00 am to 12:00 pm to discuss proposals in preparation for the 53rd session of the United Nations Sub-Committee of Experts

2mm Label Border Requirement Rescinded for 2019

By |2018-05-17T13:16:11-05:00May 15th, 2018|InfoBulletin|

For anyone that has shipments delayed or rejected because of the border size of their hazmat labels, relief is on the way. In a Letter of Interpretation issued on May 8th, PHMSA responded to a request for clarification on the 2mm inner border on labels.  The final rule issued on January 8, 2015 revised

PHMSA: Hazmat Public Meeting Notice

By |2018-04-25T14:31:26-05:00April 25th, 2018|InfoBulletin|

Want to be more involved?  Here is an opportunity! The Office of Hazardous Materials Safety (OHMS) is hosting a forum on May 16 and 17, 2018 to discuss: Results of recently completed projects Brief new project plans with stockholder input Discuss the direction of current and future research projects. They will also solicit comments

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