Available in annual subscription, individual issues or LAN subscriptions. Quarterly updates make it the most current and up-to-date regulatory book on the market. The electronic versions cover all the US DOT and Transport Canada’s Canadian Regulations needed for shipping hazardous materials via all forms of transportation. Conveniently issued in pdf format for maximum portability and flexibility of use, the publication looks exactly like the printed version only with all the benefits and enhancements that an electronic version can offer and can be used on all desktop platforms and devices that have a pdf reader, but works best with adobe readers to ensure that all information is accessible. Please check this link to see if your operating system is compatible for IOS and Android and for a current list of compatible readers. Because it has the same visual layout as the printed books, users of both the printed versions and the electronic versions across the same organization can easily work off the ‘same page’. As with the printed versions, the electronic versions offer all changes highlighted within each issue, all the extensive publisher enhancements and proprietary information included in the printed versions but with much more, extensive linking, and a completely linked and electronic copy of the current ERG. We offer discounted LAN subscriptions for your entire company together with optional discounted printed books to go along with the LAN subscription.
US DOT Regulations for the transportation of Hazardous materials, 49 CFR Parts 100-185 (PHMSA: 105-107, 109, 110, 130, 171-180), 209 (FRA), 397 (FMCSA) and Parts 1500, 1570, 1572, 1580 & 1584 (TSA).. Federal Hazardous Materials Transportation Law. 2020 Emergency Response Guidebook, Transport Canada’s Dangerous Goods Regulations
- Stand-alone application – doesn’t need to connect to server or internet (USB requires internet connectivity for initial implementation)
- Works across all platforms and devices that have pdf software (USB and Download) or any web browser (Browser UX) on any platform or any device.
- Hundreds of thousands of links, guiding you to the exact information referenced/needed
- DOT Dockets and Interpretations dating back to 1996 linked to the relevant section
- In-depth search functionality
- Color images and color hierarchy for ease of reading
- Highlighted changes showing exact wording of regulatory text that was changed
- Hazardous Materials User Charts
- Quick reference, detailed List of Regulatory and Publisher Changes each quarter
- UN/NA Cross Reference Guide
- Publisher’s Note preceding each Part or Subpart summarizing in plain language the contents covered
- Subject index includes entries of important and hard to find information hidden within the regulatory language
- Enhanced Hazardous Materials Table includes additional codes in Col. 1 of §172.101 Hazardous Materials Table identifying those materials that are hazardous substances or marine pollutants and added column for each entry linking it to the appropriate Emergency Response Guide
- 2020 Emergency Response Guidebook fully linked
- Railroad Restrictions for hazardous materials
- Intermodal Restrictions for hazardous materials
- Recommended Placement of Placards on Containers and Portable Tanks
- AAR PAMPHLET 34: Recommended Methods for the Safe Loading and Unloading of Non-Pressure (General Service) and Pressure Tank Cars
- List of regulations that remain in effect or have a delayed effective date
- Regulatory ‘fact checking’ goes into every issue of our publications. Given our unique position and experience in the Industry, not only do we work with the regulators, but when we find errors in the regulatory process, we alert the regulatory body responsible and note it within the publication.