Dangerous Goods Reports articles

Dangerous Goods Report | Vol. 8

Dangerous Goods Report | Vol. 8

Dangerous Goods Report | Vol. 8

Summary: DG Training Online—Compliance with Convenience. Dangerous Goods trainers embrace interactive online training as a stress-reducing solution. Integrated DG Software = Streamlined Compliance. Why more of today’s hazmat shippers are integrating DG software with their ERPs. State of the Ion. A snapshot of current lithium battery shipping regulations, and the packaging breakthrough that may make battery shipping less

Dangerous Goods Report Vol. 7

Dangerous Goods Report | Vol. 7

Summary: HM-215: Are you ready for the border patrol? If you ship Dangerous Goods, don’t let new border measurement regulations for labels and placards catch you unprepared. Ship damaged batteries in a fiberboard box? Yes, you can! Just in time for the largest cell phone recall ever—new Special Permit Packaging makes reverse logistics easier and

Dangerous Goods Report Vol. 6

Dangerous Goods Report | Vol. 6

Summary: The Elements of Compliant Packaging: Why hazmat packaging comes in so many different forms, configurations and sizes. Infographic: Your Guide to Retail Reverse Logistics, or, “How to Keep Returns from Coming Back to Haunt You” It’s July 2016. Do you know where your hazcom compliance stands? Every workplace in the US should now—in theory,

Dangerous Goods Report Vol. 5

Dangerous Goods Report | Vol. 5

Lithium Battery Shipping—Retail Rolls with the Changes. Cover Story: Challenging skies for lithium battery shippers. As lithium battery shipping regulations get even more complex and restrictive, retailers must adopt new processes and tactics. A look inside UN-certified packaging. Do you need it? Is it worth it? And what do all those letters and numbers mean?

Dangerous Goods Report | Vol. 4

Dangerous Goods Report | Vol. 4

From lithium batteries to GHS to crude oil by rail, 2015 was one eventful year in the world of Dangerous Goods shipping regulations. Manufacturers, shippers, carriers and consultants alike have been working overtime just to keep up. This issue of the Dangerous Goods Report reviews the impact of DG regulations over the past year—and looks

Dangerous Goods Report | Vol. 3

Dangerous Goods Report | Vol. 3

Why do first responders, commercial drivers, train crews, and chemical plant operators consider the Emergency Response Guide essential? Because it keeps hazmat accidents from becoming worst-case scenarios. Our latest DG Report explains why the 2016 ERG is the most essential ever—along with lots more Dangerous Goods insight. Read on!   Download   Dangerous Goods Report

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