Graphic Products, Inc. recently made available a new guide, Best Practice Guide to Shipping Hazardous Materials that helps convey the basics of hazardous material regulation. From dry cleaners to heavy manufacturers, businesses that create waste must report loads they ship. It requires careful work to keep shipments safe and to protect the neighborhoods and environments these hazardous wastes pass through.
In the guide, Graphic Products, Inc.:
- Give context for the rules — where they came from, and who they apply to;
- Describe the labels and placards required for marking shipments;
- Covers other markings like shipping names and identification numbers; and
- Explain shipping papers and recordkeeping requirements.
Readers of the Guide will see what each classification means, and how marking and documentation requirements interact. Readers will also understand the overlaps between the the U.S. Department of Transportation rules and other chemical labeling systems, like GHS and HazCom 2012. This guide will help you comply with the law, and make your shipments safer.