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Come visit us at booth #319 at the TMC Annual Meeting & Transportation Technology Exhibition!

This show features the latest technology to help fleets improve safety and efficiency. The show will include the latest models of medium- and heavy-duty vehicles, specialty and alternative-fueled vehicles, components, safety and information technology and services. Stop by and see how Labelmaster can help you with all your transportation safety and compliance needs!

FAA Issues Request for Public Comments on Hazmat Notification

On March 4, 2014 the Department of Transportation (USDOT) Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) issued a Notice of Availability in Federal Register (Volume 79, Number 42).  The FAA notice seeks comments from the public on the Aviation Rulemaking Committee’s (ARC) recommendations that would establish an “acceptable and effective means” for air carriers to advise travelers of

USDOT Issues Further Emergency Order Related to Crude Oil Transport and Classification

At approximately 1:15 AM EST on July 6th, 2013, a unit freight train of the cross-border operating Montreal, Maine, & Atlantic Railroad (MM&A) loaded with crude oil from the Bakken Shale Formations in North Dakota in the western United States suffered an as-yet unexplained failure of its automatic and manual braking systems while left unattended

New NPRM Focuses on Creation of CDL Driver Test Database for FMCSA Required Drug and Alcohol Testing

The US Department of Transportation’s (USDOT) Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) has issued a proposed rulemaking (NPRM) which would establish a new nationwide database for reporting and tracking drug and alcohol related citations and test results for operators of commercial vehicles (CMV) holding Commercial Driver’s Licenses (CDL).   The proposal was published in the Federal

EPA’s Final Rule on Solvent-Contaminated Wipes

2013 Solvent-Contaminated Wipes Final Rule Used in combination with solvents, “wipes” are typically used for cleaning and other industrial applications by a variety of manufacturing facilities.  Large quantities of both reusable wipes and disposable wipes are used daily and generators are faced with costly management issues once the wipes have reached the end of their

Chemical Fire in Iowa may involve Hazardous Materials

A reported fire and potential hazardous materials release near an airport in a small Iowa town is in the news today.  Major news organizations reported Thursday morning that local emergency responders were engaged in fighting a fire which may involve the release of hazardous materials including sulfuric acid at a fertilizer plant at or near