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Transportation of Dangerous Goods Regulations: Harmonization Amendments The Transportation of Dangerous Goods Regulations (TDGR) required updating to reflect recent changes made by the international community to the IMDG Code, the […]
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Last week iHazmat was asked to help ship out John Lennon’s Rolls Royce with a very unique paint job. The vehicle was returning to it’s homeland in London from Vancouver […]
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WHMIS 2015 Compliance Extension WHMIS 2015 (Hazardous Products Regulation [HPR]) compliance dates have been extended by Health Canada. The extensions affects all importers, manufacturers and distributors of products falling under […]
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Need to get your MSDS/SDS documents updated to meet WHMIS2015? The experts at iHazmat Regulatory LTD can help you stay compliant with the upcoming regulation changes. SDS Authoring $299.95 per document. We’ll use all […]
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Montreal – The International Air Transport Association (IATA) congratulated states which, under the leadership of the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO), have achieved an historic agreement to implement a market-based […]
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Over the past week there has been a massive recall issued for the new Samsung Galaxy Note 7 due to several instances of their lithium batteries catching fire or exploding. […]
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The BC government released it’s plan for addressing climate change Friday August 19. The plan has been met with some fairly harsh criticism from the Climate Leadership Team (CLT) which […]
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Canada post currently accepts lithium cells or batteries to be shipped by ground and air if: – they are installed in the equipment they are meant to power and – […]
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It is fairly well known that oil spills are bad news for the environment. The recent large oil spill in Saskatchewan from a pipeline into the North Saskatchewan River is […]
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The Montreal Protocol came into effect on January 1, 1989. This treaty was designed to remove and replace the use of ozone depleting substances (ODS). The main ODS focused on […]
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One of the main arguments I have been hearing against shifting to electric vehicles is that they are, deep down, dirtier than their internal combustion engine (ICE) counterparts when you […]
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As of June 1st, 2016, there are two major changes to the Transportation of Dangerous Goods Regulations. First off, the information for Lithium Batteries has been updated to align with […]
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A few weeks back, I got a call asking for me to come and do a last-minute repackaging job for a customer I’ve known for many years. I found out […]
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Are lithium batteries finally the answer to the energy storage limitations of alternative energy? Can they act as a reservoir for inconsistent energy sources and non-hydrocarbon transportation? How bad is […]
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I had an adventure today! Let me lay out the situation for you. It is 8am Thursday morning, Jonathan’s phone rings. The caller is in a somewhat excited state and […]
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Hydraulic Fracturing, or “Fracking” as it is commonly known, is the process by which subsurface rock formations containing petroleum resources are intentionally fractured by high pressure sand, water and other […]
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Thank you for visiting iHazmat! We hope you will find the courses and information that you are looking for. Please reach out to us at anytime if you have questions […]
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