Hazardous Materials Transportation Law 101:"Exceptions & Inspections"
The range of products that qualify as hazardous materials under transport laws is expansive. Maintaining awareness, ensuring compliance, and managing potential liabilities across a business can be challenging – especially given the scope of activities that have regulatory implications (e.g., shipping a sample to a trade show, designing a new product line, etc.).
The Keller and Heckman Transportation Practice invites you to attend a complementary webinar series discussing key regulatory requirements: “Hazardous Materials Transportation Law 101.” These three 45-minute sessions aim to provide in-house counsel and regulatory professionals with a basic understanding of the laws governing the shipping of hazardous materials. Among the topics to be discussed are determining what products and activities are regulated, key compliance obligations for shippers, and options to obtain regulatory relief.
During this session, "Exceptions & Inspections", Keller and Heckman Partner Trent Doyle will be discussing:
What makes one an Offeror/Shipper?
What is a Hazardous Material?
What laws apply?
We look forward to welcoming you.
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