HazMat Security Plan

HazMat Security Plan
PHMSA, in consultation with the Transportation Security Administration of the Department of Homeland Security, published final rule HM-232F, titled Risk-Based Adjustment of Transportation Security Plan Requirements on March 9, 2010. This final rule modified the security plan requirements applicable to the commercial transportation of hazmat. Based on an evaluation of the security threats associated with specific types and quantities of hazmat considered to be “high consequence” if stolen and used for pernicious reasons, this final rule, effective 1 October 2010, narrows the list of materials subject to security plan requirements, thus reducing associated regulatory costs and paperwork. This plan helps you satisfy §172.

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Solutions

Driver Log Auditing
Driver Log Auditing
Rules and regulations regarding hours of service are cumbersome and often present the biggest DOT co ...
IFTA
IFTA
Transafe can help you keep your trucks running legally and efficiently across state and provincial borders.
New Entrant Audits
New Entrant Audits
Transafe specializes in new entrant audits and can help your company prepare.


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Accident Kit
Accident Kit
Be ready should an accident occur with this convenient kit that comes with its own disposable carmer ...
DQ Packet
DQ Packet
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5 in 1 Logbook
5 in 1 Logbook
JJ Kellers 5-In-1 Duplicate Driver's Daily Logbooks are booklet form logs for Truckers. Everything i ...