COVID-19 - Resources

Currie Associates’ Commitment to You. We at Currie Associates would like to extend our best wishes and thoughts to our clients, their families and the entire hazmat community during this difficult time. Responses to the COVID-19 outbreak are constantly changing and that has an obvious impact to all our operations as well as employees’ and their families’ lives. We are all in this together, and we want you to know that Currie Associates is here for you. Currie Associates Inc. has been designated as an essential business  and we are well equipped with necessary resources to follow CDC guidelines of social distancing, respond to daily changes, and continue to operate our business to support your needs without interruption.

Where onsite training may not be practical, we remain prepared to provide training via webinar or through our library of online e-Learning courses.

If you are experiencing staffing shortages with your regulatory compliance or EHS employees during this time, we are here and available to support your needs. We can help with your DG transportation related questions, classification and product review, SDS review, and more.

We greatly appreciate your business and will continue to navigate these trying times together! If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us via phone or email.

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USPS New Mailing Standards for COVID-19 related Category B Infectious Substances. The USPS has published a temporary final rule on new mailing standards for COVID-19 related Category B infectious substances on a temporary basis until the public health emergency (declared on March 13, 2020) is terminated.

Publication 52, Hazardous, Restricted, and Perishable Mail regulations, Packaging Instructions 6C have been revised to address the public health emergency and to support the distribution of diagnostic test kits using the mail. All shippers of COVID-19 related infectious substances Category B must obtain authorization from the Postal Service prior to mailing to ensure the diagnostic kits are properly packaged, marked, and labeled.

Please find additional information in the April 23, 2020 Postal Bulletin