Be Prepared — Respond Appropriately To Any Transportation Incident Involving Hazardous Materials
The ERG is the ideal guide to help when responding to transportation emergencies involving hazardous materials. It is a must-have for everyone who handles and transports dangerous goods and hazmat. This guide helps your company comply with the DOT 49 CFR 172.602 requirement that hazmat shipments be accompanied with emergency response information. Don't be caught with the outdated 2012 ERG.
Some of the big changes for the 2016 ERG include:
- Expanded Rail Car Identification and Road Trailer Identification charts
- Added information about Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labeling of Chemicals (GHS) markings
- Expanded Table of Placards
- Updated pipeline emergency response information
- Addition of all new dangerous goods/hazardous materials listed in UN Recommendations on the Transport of Dangerous Goods
- And more!
Every one of your front-line personnel and all first responders should have the ERG — and now is the best time to place your order. Be the first on your team to have the latest — Get the 2016 ERG today!
Who Needs the 2016 ERG?
- Truck Drivers and Railroad Personnel - The ERG is often used to satisfy Section 172.602 of the Federal hazardous Materials Regulations (HMR)
- Freight Facility and Warehouse Personnel
- Emergency Medial Services Personnel - And all the other officials who protect our highways, rails, waterways, and airports
- Pipeline Personnel
- Maritime Personnel
- Pilots and Air Freight Handlers
Any of these folks might be the first to call emergency responders with information that could save lives. Make sure every one of your front-line stackholders has a 2016 ERG — and knows how to use it.