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Emergency Response Guide, Spiralbound
- Item # 18D231
- Mfr. Model # ERG0018
- UNSPSC # 55101524
- Catalog Page # N/A
- Shipping Weight 0.87 lbs.
- ItemReference Book
- Book Title2012 Emergency Response Guide
- Book FormatSpiralbound
- Book TypeSafety and DOT
- Book DescriptionThe Guidebook is Designed for Emergency Responders to Quickly and Accurately Assess a Hazmat Incident
- IncludesAddition of all New Dangerous Goods Listed in the 17th Edition of the Un Recommendations on the Transport of Dangerous Goods, Rail Car Identification Chart, Road Trailer Identification Chart, Pipeline Safety Information, Guide Pages that can Be Copied to Word Processors to Create Emergency Information Sheets That can be Attached to your Shipping Papers in Accordance with 49 CFR Part 172.602.
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