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Re: USA: Anythign wrong with this DOT placard?

I'll add my late response and agree with the two previous that the image does not appear to be a violation of the HMR. Daniel Stoehr Daniels Training Services
Daniel Stoehr
Feb 6

Flammable Placard on red background

I see nothing wrong with it. The placard holder has a wide contrasting background forming a border around the placard and the side of the truck is a different
Vic Ament
Feb 6

Re: USA: Anythign wrong with this DOT placard?

I concur. I don't see a violation. Bruce Bugg cfrbug@... (404)507-2237 [2CFR] On Feb 5, 2016 16:31, "pcjr101@... [hazmat101]" < ... I concur. I
Feb 5

Re: USA: Anythign wrong with this DOT placard?

I don't see a problem with it. I see these at my facility often, the down side is making sure all sides have the same placards flipped and that there are no
Regulation Turner
Feb 5

USA: Anythign wrong with this DOT placard?

For folks in the U.S. familiar with US DOT hazmat regulations. Doing research. To compare note, would you advise of your opinion? References to guidance and
Feb 5

ehs newsltters etc Feb 4

NIOSH eNews - February, 2016 http://www.cdc.gov/niosh/enews/enewsv13n10.html http://www.cdc.gov/niosh/enews/enewsv13n10.html -- TechDirect February 1, 2016
Feb 4

Re: Disposal of used x-ray lamps

You may want to talk to the manufacturer. They typically take the tubes back for recycled parts or inspection to see how tube performed over lifespan. Victor
Victor Bell
Jan 26

Re: Disposal of used x-ray lamps

One other aspect of this that may have a bearing on classification as hazardous waste - you want to be sure that the tubes do not come into the possession of
Zavon, Peter L
Jan 25

Re: Disposal of used x-ray lamps

Hi Bob. You may have done this already. Just in case. Ask the lamp manufactur/supplier for their recommedations. Get quotes or recommedations from waste
Jan 23

Re: Disposal of used x-ray lamps

The lamps you describe *may *be a hazardous waste due to the presences of silver. The presence of a concentration of silver in the leachate (aka: extract)
Daniel Stoehr
Jan 22

Disposal of used x-ray lamps

A very happy Friday to all. Here is an interesting one. I have five used X-ray Lamps to dispose of. Ohio makes this difficult. The Ohio Department of Health
Robert Latsch
Jan 22

U.S.: PHMSA Publishes Final Rule adopting 96 Special Permits into th

The Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration (PHMSA) is amending the Hazardous Materials Regulations (HMR; 49 CFR parts 171–180) by adopting
Jan 21

EHS newsletters etc. Jan. 15

FDA Approves Genetically Engineered Potato The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) announced on Jan 12 that a genetically engineered potato -- the Russet
Jan 15

Job: Hazardous Materials Specialist – USA-NYC

FYI. If interested, see info below. ... Working Title: Hazardous Materials Specialist – USA-NYC The Hazard Materials Specialist coordinates the hazardous
Jan 15

Re: job--USA, Flint, MI-- EHS Mgr

Hi Patrick and Charlie, Perhaps you may know someone that may be interested. Just a thought. Mariann On Mon, Jan 11, 2016 at 11:22 PM, pcjr101@...
Mariann Hodge
Jan 12
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