Massachusetts Permit to Process Hazardous Material

Massachusetts Permit to Process Hazardous Material

MASSACHUSETTS REQUIRES NEW PERMIT TO PROCESS HAZARDOUS MATERIAL Update in effect as of January 1, 2015: The requirements for hazardous material processing (previously known as 527 CMR 33) are now listed under 527 CMR 1.00:60.  The full regulation has been carried over in the new revision.The Massachusetts Department of Fire Services enacted regulation 527 CMR

Quantitative Risk Analysis

QUANTITATIVE RISK ANALYSIS – HOW TO PREVENT INCIDENTS LIKE THE EXPLOSION IN WEST, TEXAS The incident in Texas prompted us to think about understanding the risks associated with operating a facility handling hazardous materials, and how to prevent these types of incidents.  (Current estimates reveal that the facility contained as much as 54,000 pounds of


THE IMPLICATIONS OF ROHS AND REACH UPDATES Electrical products and medical devices which are manufactured in the United States, and sold in the EU may be significantly impacted by updates to two sets of regulations: RoHS, the Restrictions of Hazardous Substance Directive, and REACH, the Registration, Evaluation, and Authorization of Chemicals. RoHS 2 (the new
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