You can find your unique Infotrac contract number in the upper left-hand portion of your Infotrac invoice. If you don’t have a copy of your invoice feel free to call us at 800-535-5053 or email [email protected]
ER is a 24-hour emergency response telephone number required by the US Department of Transportation (DOT) in 49 CFR 172.604.
No, your private label customer must register with INFOTRAC separately.
- No, if your waste hauler is registered with us, then you do not need to register with INFOTRAC’s service.
- Yes, if you are shipping hazardous materials via any other carrier, then you must register with INFOTRAC’s service
I’m looking for my supplier but the only phone number listed on my invoice is 800-535-5053. How do I contact my supplier?
Please try the internet, 411, or the supplier’s non-emergency response telephone number.
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) requires Safety Data Sheets (SDS) for hazardous materials in the workplace. These SDS provide valuable information for employee safety.
Any employee has anything to do with identifying, handling, packaging, marking, labeling, documenting, or otherwise preparing a hazardous material for shipment.
The SDS can be emailed, faxed, or mailed to Infotrac.
We will need SKU, UPC, Product Code, Product Name, Manufacturer, etc.
No, 29 CFR 1910.1200(g)(8) indicates, Electronic access and other alternatives to maintaining paper copies of the safety data sheets are permitted as long as no barriers to immediate employee access in each workplace are created by such options.
Full formulation with C.A.S and percentages plus physical properties, but we can help with that
DOT 49 CFR training is for anyone shipping within the U.S. by ground, air, or vessel.
IATA training is for anyone shipping international by air or by FedEx air within the U.S.
IMDG is for shipping internationally by vessel
The employee must be trained prior to shipping anything by IATA or IMDG. However, DOT allows 90 days for initial training if the employee is supervised.
Do I have to take a FedEx or UPS hazmat training seminar in order to ship hazardous materials through them?
No. The training does not have to be provided by your carrier.