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hazardous material



A toxic material that may cause personal injury or property damage. The hazard of any material is determined by its chemical, physical, and biological properties and by the possibility of exposure to that material.
See: health hazard; permissible exposure limits; right-to-know law
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Under these circumstances, maintaining a high threshold of safety in managing, shipping, and transporting hazardous materials and dangerous goods can be a challenge.
With the decreased risk, the solution is no longer classified as a Class 8 Corrosive material, but rather as a Class 9 Miscellaneous Dangerous Good, and assigned to UN 3334, with the proper shipping name Aviation regulated liquid n.
A thorough understanding of dangerous goods regulations, supply chain and just-in-time procurement methods allows them to offer customised solutions, individually tailored to suit the specific requirements of the many different industries they serve.
Amending the concept of "importer" to clarify who in Canada is subject to the requirements of the Act and it's regulations with respect to the importing of dangerous goods.
Scott said Ron Robinson will head up the specialist team in the kingdom as country manager dangerous goods, based in Dammam.
The 2013 Dangerous Goods Regulations Manual is now available for order and is the industry standard for shipping goods by air.
This two-volume set presents the text of the European Agreement concerning the International Carriage of Dangerous Goods by Road (ADR) and, comprising the bulk of the book, the ADR'S annexes on types of goods and their packaging and labeling, and the construction and operation of vehicles carrying goods.
Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Administration revised its regulations to recognize containers manufactured in accordance with Transport Canada's Transportation of Dangerous Goods Regulations as equivalent to American containers.
Labelmaster[R], a US-based manufacturer of dangerous goods compliance products, has compiled its Early 49 CFR, October 1, 2006; A.
Volume I contains introductory material on principles underlying the regulation of the transport of dangerous goods, then provides recommendations on training, security, and classification, and lists dangerous goods and limited quantities exceptions.
The British Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) has denied claims that regulations for controlling the transport of dangerous goods need tightening.
WASHINGTON -- First Officer Mark Rogers, the Air Line Pilots Association, International's Dangerous Goods Programs director, urged Congress to ensure the safe transport of cargo shipments of lithium batteries during his testimony Thursday before the House Subcommittee on Railroads, Pipelines, and Hazardous Materials.

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