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Final Rule HM-206F Offeror Name or Contract Number

HM-206F Emergency Response Hazmat 800 Telephone Contract Number
Comments: In this final rule, PHMSA is amending the Hazardous Materials Regulations to clarify requirements governing emergency response information services, Hazmat 800Number provided by arrangement with hazardous materials offerors (shippers). In order to preserve the effectiveness of these arrangements for providing accurate and timely emergency response information, PHMSA is requiring basic identifying information (offeror name or contract number) to be included on shipping papers. This information will enable the emergency response information provider / hazmat 800 number service provider to identify the offeror on whose behalf it is accepting responsibility for providing emergency response information in the event of a hazardous materials incident and obtain additional information about the hazardous material as needed.
The effective date of this final rule is October 1, 2010.
Click on examples to the right for proper placement of emergency response telephone number along with either offeror name or contract number.
Registrant may obtain 24 hour emergency response 800 hazmat number along with contract number from Hazmat Service, to achieve compliance for new hazardous shipping rule HM-206F. Contact Hazmat Service:


  1. Fire Plus Safety, Inc.September 1, 2010 at 9:28 PM

    Hazmat Service helped me with my hazmat shipment to China. Helped obtain translated MSDS sheets along with an International Emergency Response telephone number. Thanks Again!
    Fire Plus Safety, Inc.

  2. And you are the best, thank you for the quick reply and contract number, have a wonderful weekend!

    Vesna Nikolic

    Export - Wilton Brands Inc.

  3. Wow!
    Thanks for the great service and helping us obtaining our 24hr ER 800, International and contract number.
    Thanks to you guys we are all set to transport our Segway product and also the replacement batteries.
    Thanks Again


Press Release 8/23/2010 - US DOT Advisory Alert

The US Department Of Transportation (DOT), Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration (PHMSA) and the COSTHA Air Carrier Roundtable would like to remind the hazardous materials community that effective October 1, 2009, the new packaging requirements for transporting cylinders containing compressed oxygen and other oxidizing gases and packages of chemical oxygen generators must be placed in rigid outer packagings that meet the specified flame penetration and thermal resistance requirements when transported aboard an aircraft.

For further information and list of qualified packaging companies contact: