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NEW DOT SECURITY REGULATIONS. Russell S. Hanson Peter C. Ashbrook U of Missouri-Columbia November 13, 2003. Added by HM-232 Effective Date: 3/25/03 Comply by: 9/25/03. 49 CFR 172 Subparts . A - GENERAL B - TABLE OF HAZARDOUS MATERIALS AND SPECIAL PROVISIONS C - SHIPPING PAPERS

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new dot security regulations

NEW DOTSECURITY REGULATIONS

Russell S. Hanson

Peter C. Ashbrook

U of Missouri-Columbia

November 13, 2003

49 cfr 172 subparts

Added by HM-232

Effective Date: 3/25/03

Comply by: 9/25/03

49 CFR 172 Subparts
  • A - GENERAL
  • B - TABLE OF HAZARDOUS MATERIALS AND SPECIAL PROVISIONS
  • C - SHIPPING PAPERS
  • D - MARKING
  • E - LABELING
  • F - PLACARDING
  • G - EMERGENCY RESPONSE INFORMATION
  • H - TRAINING
  • I - SECURITY PLANS
  • APPENDICES
49 cfr 172 800 applicability
49 CFR 172.800Applicability

Applies to each “person” who offers for transport in commerce or transports in commerce, one of the following:

  • Highway Route-Controlled Class 7
  • More than 25 kg of Division 1.1, 1.2, 1.3
  • More than 1 L per package PIH Zone A
  • Bulk shipments of 3,500 gal for liquids and 468 cubic feet for solids
  • Non-bulk shipments of 5,000 lbs gross wt of one hazard class requiring placarding
  • A select agent or toxin regulated by CDC
  • A quantity of hazardous material that requires placarding
mu ehs security plans
MU EHS Security Plans
  • HW Shipments
    • Separate Plan for each Disposal Service Vendor
  • Rad Waste Pick ups
    • Plan currently limited to MU Campus
  • Yellow-III Rad Package Deliveries
    • Draft Plan as a contingency
  • Other Plans developed as needed
    • e.g. select agents
49 cfr 172 704 amended training requirements
49 CFR 172.704(Amended) Training Requirements
  • What is Required?
      • General Awareness/Familiarization Training
      • Function-specific Training
      • Safety Training
          • 172.704(a)(1) – (3)
      • Security Awareness Training
          • 172.704(a)(4)
      • In-Depth Security Training
          • 172.704(a)(5)

NEW

security training
SECURITY TRAINING
  • Security Awareness Training
      • Required for all hazmat employees
      • Previously trained hazmat employees need not be trained until they receive recurrent training (by 3/24/2006)
  • In-Depth Security Training
      • Only required when the hazmat employer must have a Security Plan (within 90 days of plan development or employee hire)
49 cfr 172 802 components of a security plan
49 CFR 172.802Components of a Security Plan
  • Personnel Security
  • Unauthorized Access
  • En Route Security

DOT web site: hazmat.dot.gov/hmt_security.htm

organization of plans as recommended by mu
Organization of Plansas recommended by MU
  • Statement of Purpose
  • Scope of Plan
  • Security Plan Elements (DOT required components)
  • Availability
statement of purpose mu suggestion
Statement of Purpose(MU Suggestion)
  • Commitment to safety
  • Commitment to security of…
    • Faculty
    • Staff
    • Students
    • General Public
scope of plan mu suggestion
Scope of Plan(MU Suggestion)
  • Type of shipment covered by the plan
    • Origin
    • Destination
    • Conveyance
  • The Plan is further restricted to the Transportation Event
transportation event mu suggestion
Transportation Event(MU Suggestion)
  • Example Event types:
    • Loading
    • Unloading
    • Driving
  • MU responsibilities
      • EHS
      • Other MU Departments, if any
  • Non-MU Driver responsibilities
      • Where applicable
security plan elements dot required
Security Plan Elements(DOT Required)
  • Personnel Security
    • Background Screening (Human Resources)

Notes:

    • All of these individuals are designated as hazmat employees
    • CDL for Driver, if applicable
security plan elements dot required1
Security Plan Elements(DOT Required)
  • Unauthorized Access
    • Start of Transportation Event
    • Security Person
    • How to respond to unauthorized persons
      • Access concerns during Loading and Unloading Events addressed in this section
      • Access concerns during Driving Events are addressed in the En Route Security section
    • Conclusion of Transportation Event
security plan elements dot required2
Security Plan Elements(DOT Required)
  • En Route Security
    • MU Driving
      • Prior to Departure
      • En Route Security provided by MU
        • EHS
        • Police (MUPD, Other)
    • Non-MU Driving
      • Prior to Departure
      • After Departure
      • En Route Security provided by Driver’s Company
security plan elements required by dot but not necessarily in security plan itself
Security Plan Elements(Required by DOT, but not necessarily in Security Plan, itself)
  • Training
    • Standard Hazmat Employee training
      • General Awareness
      • Function-Specific
      • Safety
      • Security Awareness
      • In Depth Security
availability mu suggestion
Availability(MU suggestion)
  • Very Restricted
    • Limited number of Copies
  • Changes
    • Require authorization
    • Require re-training
  • Access to Plans
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