Hazardous materials employees are defined as any employee who loads or unloads hazardous material, fills out or signs shipping papers, selects shipping containers, closes containers for shipment, marks or labels containers, or otherwise performs any function that can impact the safety of hazardous material shipments.
What does HM stand for?
HM stands for Hazardous Material (HAZMAT)
This definition appears very rarely and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Science, medicine, engineering, etc.
See other definitions of HM
We have 48 other meanings of HM in our Acronym Attic
- Hard Music
- Hardness Maintenance
- Hare Majesteit (Her Majesty)
- Harmonic Mean
- Harmonic Motion
- Harvest Moon (video game by Natsume and Victor Interactive)
- Haunted Mansion (Disney)
- Hayakawa Mystery (Japanese book series)
- Hazardous Material
- Health Monitoring
- Heard & McDonald Islands (Kerguelen, Including Prince Edward & Crozetis Islands)
- Heard and McDonald Islands (ISO country code)
- Heavens Metal (Magazine)
- Heavy Magnum (ammunition)
- Heavy Metal
- Helicopter Mine Countermeasures Squadron (US Navy aviation unit designation used from 1971 to present)
Samples in periodicals archive:
EPA's Region 9 Environmental Award for its reduction of hazardous materials used in the production and operation in the F-35 joint strike fighter.
The real issue is that the equipment manufacturers should provide the details of what hazardous materials are found in electronic scrap.
The State court's interpretation of hazardous material transportation regulations ruled that the responsibility for safe transit of hazardous materials could not be delegated to the carrier or other knowledgeable experts.
ValuJet's lack of authorization to carry the generators was disclosed by the FAA on Wednesday in a statement that said the airline had not had the appropriate training to haul hazardous material.
DOT ISSUES RULE REQUIRING SHIPPERS AND CARRIERS OF HAZARDOUS MATERIALS TO REGISTER, PAY FEES WASHINGTON, July 9 /PRNewswire/ -- The Department of Transportation today issued a final rule requiring certain shippers and carriers of hazardous materials to register and pay fees.
But you don't have to live next to a chemical plant or dumpsite; anyone who travels on or lives near a road used by truckers should recognize the danger that a major truck accident involving hazardous material poses.
21, 2003 Reseller agreement with Hazmat Software LLC will enable commercial shippers to meet stringent DOT, IATA and carrier requirements for hazardous material documentation.