Ground shipments within the United States must comply with the US DOT hazardous material regulations, 49 CFR. The United States DOT requires training for all hazmat/dangerous goods employees. Browse our library of US DOT and European Road regulations below.
Stay up-to-date on the most current regulatory updates with the Early 49 CFR. This is released about six months prior to the release of the government 49 CFR, with this version serving as an update to Parts 100-185. Featuring the same format as the government release, this standard edition is designed with a user-friendly layout that makes it easier to find information. This publication was revised October 1, 2019.
Government 49 CFR DOT, 2-vol set, Parts 100-177 and Parts 178-199. Hazardous materials regulations including requirements for markings, labels, placards, shipping papers, training, emergency response and performance-oriented packaging standards are found in parts 100-177 in volume 1 and parts 178-199 in volume 2. Domestic transportation regulations for highway, rail, air and water are included. These regulations are a must if you handle hazardous material or hazardous waste, or if you a shipper, carrier or freight forwarder. Parts 186-199 specify pipeline regulations.
The Government 49 CFR 2-vol set comes in standard and spiral bound formats.
ADR – Agreement Concerning the International Carriage of Dangerous Goods by Road: Restructured ADR Applicable as from January 1, 2021
This publication presents the European Agreement, the Protocol Signatures, annexes and amendments for the transportation of dangerous goods. The various substances are listed and defined, as well as general and special provisions applicable to the transport of these dangerous materials.
2-Volume Set, Applicable as of January 1, 2021
The Agreement Concerning the International Carriage of Dangerous Goods by Road (ADR) includes:
This version has been prepared on the basis of amendments applicable as from 1 January 2021.
Corrigenda I (November 2020)