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Hazardous Materials Rail Shipments: A Review of Emergency Response Information in Selected Train Documents
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Susan Fleming (au)
In November 2012, a train derailed in Paulsboro, NJ, releasing about 20,000 gallons of vinyl chloride, a hazardous material. The national Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) found, among other issues, that the supplemental information in the trainäó»s documents on responding to emergencies involving vinyl chloride was incosistent with and less protective than emergency response guidance in the Department of Transportationäó»s (DOT) Emergency Response Guidebook (ERG). This report examines (1) what emergency response information is carried on trains by selected railroads transporting hazarouds materials and how responders use it; and (2) how selected railroadsäó» supplemental emergency response information compares to information in the ERG. Table and figures. This is a print on demand report.
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