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  • § 105.5
    Definitions
  • § 105.40
    Designated agents for non-residents
  • § 106.95
    Requesting a change to the regulations
  • § 106.100
    Required information for a petition for rulemaking
  • § 106.105
    PHMSA response to a petition for rulemaking
  • § 107.1
    Definitions
  • § 107.105
    Application for special permit
  • § 107.107
    Application for party status
  • § 107.201
    Purpose and scope
  • § 107.202
    Standards for determining preemption
  • § 107.203
    Application
  • § 107.205
    Notice
  • § 107.211
    Petition for reconsideration
  • § 107.305
    Investigations
  • § 107.307
    General
  • § 107.333
    Criminal penalties generally
  • § 107.402
    Application for designation as a certification agency
  • § 107.501
    Scope
  • § 107.502
    General registration requirements
  • § 107.504
    Period of registration, updates, and record retention
  • § 107.601
    Applicability
  • § 107.606
    Exceptions
  • § 107.705
    Registrations, reports, and applications for approval
  • § 107.709
    Processing of an application for approval, including an application for renewal or modification
  • § 107.713
    Approval modification, suspension or termination
  • § 107.805
    Approval of cylinder and pressure receptacle requalifiers
  • § 130.5
    Definitions
  • § 171.1
    Applicability of Hazardous Materials Regulations (HMR) to persons and functions
  • § 171.2
    General requirements
  • § 171.3
    Hazardous waste
  • § 171.4
    Marine pollutants
  • § 171.6
    Control numbers under the Paperwork Reduction Act
  • § 171.7
    Reference material
  • § 171.8
    Definitions and abbreviations
  • § 171.9
    Rules of construction
  • § 171.10
    Units of measure
  • § 171.12
    North American Shipments
  • § 171.15
    Immediate notice of certain hazardous materials incidents
  • § 171.16
    Detailed hazardous materials incident reports
  • § 171.22
    Authorization and conditions for the use of international standards and regulations
  • § 171.23
    Requirements for specific materials and packagings transported under the ICAO Technical Instructions, IMDG Code, Transport Canada TDG Regulations, or the IAEA Regulations
  • § 171.24
    Additional requirements for the use of the ICAO Technical Instructions
  • § 171.25
    Additional requirements for the use of the IMDG Code
  • § 171.26
    Additional requirements for the use of the IAEA Regulations
  • § 172.3
    Applicability
  • § 172.101
    Purpose and use of hazardous materials table
  • § 172.102
    Special provisions
  • § 172.200
    Applicability
  • § 172.201
    Preparation and retention of shipping papers
  • § 172.202
    Description of hazardous material on shipping papers
  • § 172.203
    Additional description requirements
  • § 172.204
    Shipper's certification
  • § 172.205
    Hazardous waste manifest
  • § 172.300
    Applicability
  • § 172.301
    General marking requirements for non-bulk packagings
  • § 172.302
    General marking requirements for bulk packagings.
  • § 172.303
    Prohibited marking
  • § 172.304
    Marking requirements
  • § 172.310
    Class 7 (radioactive) materials
  • § 172.312
    Liquid hazardous materials in non-bulk packagings
  • § 172.313
    Poisonous hazardous materials
  • § 172.315
    Limited quantities
  • § 172.316
    Packagings containing materials classed as ORM-D
  • § 172.322
    Marine pollutants
  • § 172.323
    Infectious substances
  • § 172.324
    Hazardous substances in non-bulk packagings
  • § 172.326
    Portable tanks
  • § 172.327
    Petroleum sour crude oil in bulk packaging
  • § 172.328
    Cargo tanks
  • § 172.330
    Tank cars and multi-unit tank car tanks
  • § 172.331
    Bulk packagings other than portable tanks, cargo tanks, tank cars and multi-unit tank car tanks
  • § 172.332
    Identification number markings
  • § 172.334
    Identification numbers; prohibited display
  • § 172.336
    Identification numbers; special provisions
  • § 172.338
    Replacement of identification numbers
  • § 172.400
    General labeling requirements
  • § 172.400a
    Exceptions from labeling
  • § 172.401
    Prohibited labeling
  • § 172.402
    Additional labeling requirements
  • § 172.403
    Class 7 (radioactive) material
  • § 172.405
    Authorized label modifications
  • § 172.406
    Placement of labels
  • § 172.407
    Label specifications
  • § 172.411
    EXPLOSIVE 1.1, 1.2, 1.3, 1.4, 1.5 and 1.6 labels, and EXPLOSIVE Subsidiary label
  • § 172.415
    NON-FLAMMABLE GAS label
  • § 172.417
    FLAMMABLE GAS label
  • § 172.419
    FLAMMABLE LIQUID label
  • § 172.423
    DANGEROUS WHEN WET label
  • § 172.427
    ORGANIC PEROXIDE label
  • § 172.442
    CORROSIVE label
  • § 172.446
    CLASS 9 label
  • § 172.500
    Applicability of placarding requirements
  • § 172.502
    Prohibited and permissive placarding
  • § 172.503
    Identification number display on placards
  • § 172.504
    General placarding requirements
  • § 172.505
    Placarding for subsidiary hazards
  • § 172.506
    Providing and affixing placards: Highway
  • § 172.508
    Placarding and affixing placards: Rail
  • § 172.510
    Special placarding provisions: Rail
  • § 172.512
    Freight containers and aircraft unit load devices
  • § 172.514
    Bulk packagings
  • § 172.516
    Visibility and display of placards
  • § 172.519
    General specifications for placards
  • § 172.522
    EXPLOSIVES 1.1, EXPLOSIVES 1.2 and EXPLOSIVES 1.3 placards
  • § 172.532
    FLAMMABLE GAS placard
  • § 172.540
    POISON GAS placard
  • § 172.542
    FLAMMABLE placard
  • § 172.544
    COMBUSTIBLE placard
  • § 172.555
    POISON INHALATION HAZARD placard
  • § 172.558
    CORROSIVE placard
  • § 172.560
    CLASS 9 placard
  • § 172.600
    Applicability and general requirements
  • § 172.602
    Emergency response information
  • § 172.604
    Emergency response telephone number
  • § 172.606
    Carrier information contact
  • § 172.700
    Purpose and scope
  • § 172.701
    Federal-State relationship
  • § 172.702
    Applicability and responsibility for training and testing
  • § 172.704
    Training requirements
  • § 172.800
    Purpose and applicability
  • § 172.802
    Components of a security plan
  • § 172.804
    Relationship to other Federal requirements
  • § 173.1
    Purpose and scope
  • § 173.2
    Hazardous materials classes and index to hazard class definitions
  • § 173.2a
    Classification of a material having more than one hazard
  • § 173.3
    Packaging and exceptions
  • § 173.4
    Small quantities for highway and rail
  • § 173.4a
    Excepted quantities
  • § 173.4b
    De minimis exceptions
  • § 173.5
    Agricultural operations
  • § 173.5a
    Oilfield service vehicles, mechanical displacement meter provers, and roadway striping vehicles exceptions
  • § 173.6
    Materials of trade exceptions
  • § 173.7
    Government operations and materials
  • § 173.8
    Exceptions for non-specification packagings used in intrastate transportation
  • § 173.9
    Transport vehicles or freight containers containing lading which has been fumigated
  • § 173.10
    Tank car shipments
  • § 173.11
    Exceptions for shipment of light bulbs containing hazardous materials
  • § 173.12
    Exceptions for shipment of waste materials
  • § 173.13
    Exceptions for Class 3, Divisions 4.1, 4.2, 4.3, 5.1, 6.1, and Classes 8 and 9 materials
  • § 173.21
    Forbidden materials and packages
  • § 173.22
    Shipper's responsibility
  • § 173.22a
    Use of packagings authorized under special permits
  • § 173.23
    Previously authorized packaging
  • § 173.24
    General requirements for packagings and packages
  • § 173.24a
    Additional general requirements for non-bulk packagings and packages
  • § 173.24b
    Additional general requirements for bulk packagings
  • § 173.25
    Authorized packagings and overpacks
  • § 173.26
    Quantity limitations
  • § 173.27
    General requirements for transportation by aircraft
  • § 173.28
    Reuse, reconditioning and remanufacture of packagings
  • § 173.29
    Empty packagings
  • § 173.30
    Loading and unloading of transport vehicles
  • § 173.31
    Use of tank cars
  • § 173.32
    Requirements for the use of portable tanks
  • § 173.33
    Hazardous materials in cargo tank motor vehicles
  • § 173.35
    Hazardous materials in IBCs
  • § 173.36
    Hazardous materials in Large Packagings
  • § 173.40
    General packaging requirements for toxic materials packaged in cylinders
  • § 173.41
    Sampling and testing program for unrefined petroleum-based products
  • § 173.50
    Class 1-Definitions
  • § 173.52
    Classification codes and compatibility groups of explosives
  • § 173.54
    Forbidden explosives
  • § 173.56
    New explosives-definition and procedures for classification and approval
  • § 173.58
    Assignment of class and division for new explosives
  • § 173.59
    Description of terms for explosives
  • § 173.60
    General packaging requirements for explosives
  • § 173.61
    Mixed packaging requirements
  • § 173.62
    Specific packaging requirements for explosives
  • § 173.63
    Packaging exceptions
  • § 173.64
    Exceptions for Division 1.3 and 1.4 fireworks
  • § 173.65
    Exceptions for Division 1.4G consumer fireworks
  • § 173.66
    Requirements for bulk packagings of certain explosives and oxidizers
  • § 173.115
    Class 2, Divisions 2.1, 2.2, and 2.3-Definitions
  • § 173.116
    Class 2-Assignment of hazard zone
  • § 173.120
    Class 3-Definitions
  • § 173.121
    Class 3-Assignment of packing group
  • § 173.124
    Class 4, Divisions 4.1, 4.2 and 4.3-Definitions
  • § 173.125
    Class 4-Assignment of packing group
  • § 173.127
    Class 5, Division 5.1-Definition and assignment of packing groups
  • § 173.128
    Class 5, Division 5.2-Definitions and types
  • § 173.132
    Class 6, Division 6.1-Definitions
  • § 173.133
    Assignment of packing group and hazard zones for Division 6.1 materials
  • § 173.134
    Class 6, Division 6.2-Definitions and exceptions
  • § 173.136
    Class 8-Definitions
  • § 173.137
    Class 8-Assignment of packing group
  • § 173.140
    Class 9-Definitions
  • § 173.141
    Class 9-Assignment of packing group
  • § 173.144
    Other Regulated Material (ORM)-Definitions
  • § 173.150
    Exceptions for Class 3 (flammable and combustible liquids)
  • § 173.151
    Exceptions for Class 4
  • § 173.152
    Exceptions for Division 5.1 (oxidizers) and Division 5.2 (organic peroxides)
  • § 173.153
    Exceptions for Division 6.1 (poisonous materials)
  • § 173.154
    Exceptions for Class 8 (corrosive materials)
  • § 173.155
    Exceptions for Class 9 (miscellaneous hazardous materials)
  • § 173.156
    Exceptions for limited quantity and ORM
  • § 173.157
    Reverse logistics-General requirements and exceptions for reverse logistics
  • § 173.158
    Nitric acid
  • § 173.159
    Batteries, wet
  • § 173.159a
    Exceptions for non-spillable batteries
  • § 173.164
    Mercury (metallic and articles containing mercury)
  • § 173.166
    Safety devices
  • § 173.167
    Consumer commodities
  • § 173.168
    Chemical oxygen generators
  • § 173.170
    Black powder for small arms
  • § 173.171
    Smokeless powder for small arms
  • § 173.173
    Paint, paint-related material, adhesives, ink and resins.
  • § 173.176
    Capacitors
  • § 173.181
    Pyrophoric materials (liquids)
  • § 173.183
    Nitrocellulose base film
  • § 173.184
    Highway or rail fusee
  • § 173.185
    Lithium cells and batteries
  • § 173.186
    Matches
  • § 173.187
    Pyrophoric solids, metals or alloys, n.o.s
  • § 173.188
    White or yellow phosphorus
  • § 173.189
    Batteries containing sodium or cells containing sodium
  • § 173.196
    Category A infectious substances
  • § 173.197
    Regulated medical waste
  • § 173.199
    Category B infectious substances
  • § 173.202
    Non-bulk packagings for liquid hazardous materials in Packing Group II
  • § 173.203
    Non-bulk packagings for liquid hazardous materials in Packing Group III
  • § 173.206
    Packaging requirements for chlorosilanes
  • § 173.211
    Non-bulk packagings for solid hazardous materials in Packing Group I
  • § 173.212
    Non-bulk packagings for solid hazardous materials in Packing Group II
  • § 173.213
    Non-bulk packagings for solid hazardous materials in Packing Group III
  • § 173.216
    Asbestos, blue, brown or white
  • § 173.217
    Carbon dioxide, solid (dry ice)
  • § 173.219
    Life-saving appliances
  • § 173.220
    Internal combustion engines, vehicles, machinery containing internal combustion engines, battery-powered equipment or machinery, fuel cell-powered equipment or machinery
  • § 173.222
    Dangerous goods in equipment, machinery or apparatus
  • § 173.223
    Packagings for certain flammable solids
  • § 173.224
    Packaging and control and emergency temperatures for self-reactive materials
  • § 173.225
    Packaging requirements and other provisions for organic peroxides
  • § 173.226
    Materials poisonous by inhalation, Division 6.1, Packing Group I, Hazard Zone A
  • § 173.227
    Materials poisonous by inhalation, Division 6.1, Packing Group I, Hazard Zone B
  • § 173.240
    Bulk packaging for certain low hazard solid materials
  • § 173.241
    Bulk packagings for certain low hazard liquid and solid materials
  • § 173.242
    Bulk packagings for certain medium hazard liquids and solids, including solids with dual hazards
  • § 173.243
    Bulk packaging for certain high hazard liquids and dual hazard materials which pose a moderate hazard
  • § 173.244
    Bulk packaging for certain pyrophoric liquids (Division 4.2), dangerous when wet (Division 4.3) materials, and poisonous liquids with inhalation hazards (Division 6.1).
  • § 173.247
    Bulk packaging for certain elevated temperature materials
  • § 173.301
    General requirements for shipment of compressed gases and other hazardous materials in cylinders, UN pressure receptacles and spherical pressure vessels
  • § 173.301b
    Additional general requirements for shipment of UN pressure receptacles
  • § 173.302
    Filling of cylinders with nonliquefied (permanent) compressed gases or adsorbed gases
  • § 173.302a
    Additional requirements for shipment of nonliquefied (permanent) compressed gases in specification cylinders
  • § 173.303
    Charging of cylinders with compressed gas in solution (acetylene).
  • § 173.304
    Filling of cylinders with liquefied compressed gases
  • § 173.304a
    Additional requirements for shipment of liquefied compressed gases in specification cylinders
  • § 173.306
    Limited quantities of compressed gases
  • § 173.307
    Exceptions for compressed gases
  • § 173.308
    Lighters
  • § 173.309
    Fire extinguishers
  • § 173.310
    Exceptions for radiation detectors
  • § 173.312
    Requirements for shipment of MEGCs
  • § 173.314
    Compressed gases in tank cars and multi-unit tank cars
  • § 173.315
    Compressed gases in cargo tanks and portable tanks
  • § 173.316
    Cryogenic liquids in cylinders
  • § 173.319
    Cryogenic liquids in tank cars
  • § 173.320
    Cryogenic liquids; exceptions
  • § 173.322
    Ethyl chloride
  • § 173.334
    Organic phosphates mixed with compressed gas
  • § 173.336
    Nitrogen dioxide, liquefied, or dinitrogen tetroxide, liquefied
  • § 173.401
    Scope
  • § 173.403
    Definitions
  • § 173.410
    General design requirements
  • § 173.411
    Industrial packages
  • § 173.412
    Additional design requirements for Type A packages
  • § 173.415
    Authorized Type A packages
  • § 173.416
    Authorized Type B packages
  • § 173.417
    Authorized fissile materials packages
  • § 173.418
    Authorized packages-pyrophoric Class 7 (radioactive) materials
  • § 173.421
    Excepted packages for limited quantities of Class 7 (radioactive) materials
  • § 173.422
    Additional requirements for excepted packages containing Class 7 (radioactive) materials
  • § 173.423
    Requirements for multiple hazard limited quantity Class 7 (radioactive) materials
  • § 173.424
    Excepted packages for radioactive instruments and articles
  • § 173.425
    Table of activity limits-excepted quantities and articles
  • § 173.427
    Transport requirements for low specific activity (LSA) Class 7 (radioactive) material and surface contaminated objects (SCO)
  • § 173.428
    Empty Class 7 (radioactive) materials packaging
  • § 173.433
    Requirements for determining basic radionuclide values, and for the listing of radionuclides on shipping papers and labels
  • § 173.435
    Table of A1 and A2 values for radionuclides
  • § 173.436
    Exempt material activity concentrations and exempt consignment activity limits for radionuclides
  • § 173.441
    Radiation level limitations and exclusive use provisions
  • § 173.443
    Contamination control
  • § 173.448
    General transportation requirements
  • § 173.453
    Fissile materials-exceptions
  • § 173.457
    Transportation of fissile material packages-specific requirements
  • § 173.459
    Mixing of fissile material packages with non-fissile or fissile-excepted material packages
  • § 173.461
    Demonstration of compliance with tests
  • § 173.465
    Type A packaging tests
  • § 173.467
    Tests for demonstrating the ability of Type B and fissile materials packagings to withstand accident conditions in transportation
  • § 173.469
    Tests for special form Class 7 (radioactive) materials
  • § 173.475
    Quality control requirements prior to each shipment of Class 7 (radioactive) materials
  • § 173.476
    Approval of special form Class 7 (radioactive) materials
  • § 174.9
    Safety and security inspection and acceptance
  • § 174.14
    Movements to be expedited
  • § 174.24
    Shipping papers
  • § 174.26
    Notice to train crews
  • § 174.31
    Requirements for the operation of high-hazard flammable trains
  • § 174.55
    General requirements
  • § 174.63
    Portable tanks, IM portable tanks, IBCs, Large Packagings, cargo tanks, and multi-unit tank car tanks
  • § 174.67
    Tank car unloading
  • § 174.81
    Segregation of hazardous materials
  • § 174.85
    Position in train of placarded cars, transport vehicles, freight containers, and bulk packagings
  • § 174.101
    Loading Class 1 (explosive) materials
  • § 174.104
    Division 1.1 or 1.2 (explosive) materials; car selection, preparation, inspection, and certification
  • § 174.304
    Class 3 (flammable liquid) materials in tank cars
  • § 174.750
    Incidents involving leakage
  • § 175.1
    Purpose, scope and applicability
  • § 175.8
    Exceptions for operator equipment and items of replacement
  • § 175.9
    Special aircraft operations
  • § 175.10
    Exceptions for passengers, crewmembers, and air operators
  • § 175.25
    Passenger notification system
  • § 175.26
    Notification at cargo facilities of hazardous materials requirements
  • § 175.30
    Inspecting shipments
  • § 175.31
    Reports of discrepancies
  • § 175.33
    Shipping paper and notification of pilot-in-command
  • § 175.75
    Quantity limitations and cargo location
  • § 175.78
    Stowage compatibility of cargo
  • § 175.501
    Special requirements for oxidizers and compressed oxygen
  • § 175.700
    Special limitations and requirements for Class 7 materials
  • § 175.705
    Radioactive contamination
  • § 176.1
    Purpose and scope
  • § 176.3
    Unacceptable hazardous materials shipments
  • § 176.5
    Application to vessels
  • § 176.27
    Certificate
  • § 176.30
    Dangerous cargo manifest
  • § 176.65
    Alternative stowage procedures
  • § 176.69
    General stowage requirements for hazardous materials
  • § 176.76
    Transport vehicles, freight containers, and portable tanks containing hazardous materials
  • § 176.80
    Applicability
  • § 176.83
    Segregation
  • § 176.84
    Other requirements for stowage, cargo handling, and segregation for cargo vessels and passenger vessels
  • § 176.88
    Applicability
  • § 176.89
    Control of transport vehicles
  • § 176.140
    Segregation from other classes of hazardous materials
  • § 176.144
    Segregation of Class 1 (explosive) materials
  • § 176.170
    Transport of Class 1 (explosive) materials in freight containers
  • § 176.172
    Structural serviceability of freight containers and vehicles carrying Class 1 (explosive) materials on ships
  • § 176.305
    General stowage requirements
  • § 176.340
    Combustible liquids in portable tanks
  • § 176.400
    Stowage of Division 1.5, Class 4 (flammable solids) and Class 5 (oxidizers and organic peroxides) materials
  • § 176.410
    Division 1.5 materials, ammonium nitrate and ammonium nitrate mixtures
  • § 176.415
    Permit requirements for Division 1.5, ammonium nitrates, and certain ammonium nitrate fertilizers
  • § 176.704
    Requirements relating to transport indices and criticality safety indices
  • § 176.708
    Segregation distances
  • § 176.905
    Vehicles having refrigerating or heating equipment
  • § 176.907
    Polymeric Beads and Plastic Molding Compounds
  • § 177.800
    Purpose and scope of this part and responsibility for compliance and training
  • § 177.802
    Inspection
  • § 177.804
    Compliance with Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations
  • § 177.810
    Vehicular tunnels
  • § 177.816
    Driver training
  • § 177.817
    Shipping papers
  • § 177.823
    Movement of motor vehicles in emergency situations
  • § 177.834
    General requirements
  • § 177.835
    Class 1 materials
  • § 177.837
    Class 3 materials
  • § 177.838
    Class 4 (flammable solid) materials, Class 5 (oxidizing) materials, and Division 4.2 (self-heating and pyrophoric liquid) materials
  • § 177.840
    Class 2 (gases) materials
  • § 177.841
    Division 6.1 and Division 2.3 materials
  • § 177.842
    Class 7 (radioactive) material
  • § 177.843
    Contamination of vehicles
  • § 177.848
    Segregation of hazardous materials
  • § 177.854
    Disabled vehicles and broken or leaking packages; repairs
  • § 178.33
    Specification 2P; inner nonrefillable metal receptacles
  • § 178.33-7
    Wall thickness
  • § 178.33-9
    Marking
  • § 178.33a-8
    Tests
  • § 178.33b-5
    Material
  • § 178.33b-7
    Design qualification test
  • § 178.33b-9
    Marking
  • § 178.35
    General requirements for specification cylinders
  • § 178.36
    Specification 3A and 3AX seamless steel cylinders
  • § 178.37
    Specification 3AA and 3AAX seamless steel cylinders
  • § 178.42
    Specification 3E seamless steel cylinders
  • § 178.45
    Specification 3T seamless steel cylinder
  • § 178.46
    Specification 3AL seamless aluminum cylinders
  • § 178.47
    Specification 4DS welded stainless steel cylinders for aircraft use
  • § 178.50
    Specification 4B welded or brazed steel cylinders
  • § 178.51
    Specification 4BA welded or brazed steel cylinders
  • § 178.55
    Specification 4B240ET welded or brazed cylinders
  • § 178.57
    Specification 4L welded insulated cylinders
  • § 178.60
    Specification 8AL steel cylinders with porous fillings for acetylene
  • § 178.61
    Specification 4BW welded steel cylinders with electric-arc welded longitudinal seam
  • § 178.65
    Specification 39 non-reusable (non-refillable) cylinders
  • § 178.68
    Specification 4E welded aluminum cylinders
  • § 178.70
    Approval of UN pressure receptacles
  • § 178.71
    Specifications for UN pressure receptacles
  • § 178.74
    Approval of MEGCs
  • § 178.75
    Specifications for MEGCs
  • § 178.273
    Approval of Specification UN portable tanks
  • § 178.274
    Specifications for UN portable tanks
  • § 178.275
    Specification for UN Portable Tanks intended for the transportation of liquid and solid hazardous materials
  • § 178.277
    Requirements for the design, construction, inspection and testing of portable tanks intended for the transportation of refrigerated liquefied gases
  • § 178.320
    General requirements applicable to all DOT specification cargo tank motor vehicles
  • § 178.337
    Specification MC 331; cargo tank motor vehicle primarily for transportation of compressed gases as defined in subpart G of part 173 of this subchapter
  • § 178.337-1
    General requirements
  • § 178.337-3
    Structural integrity
  • § 178.337-8
    Openings, inlets, and outlets
  • § 178.337-9
    Pressure relief devices, piping, valves, hoses, and fittings
  • § 178.337-10
    Accident damage protection
  • § 178.337-11
    Accident damage protection
  • § 178.337-17
    Marking
  • § 178.337-18
    Certification
  • § 178.345
    General design and construction requirements applicable to Specification DOT 406 (178.346), DOT 407 (178.347), and DOT 412 (178.348) cargo tank motor vehicles
  • § 178.345-1
    General requirements
  • § 178.345-2
    Material and material thickness
  • § 178.345-3
    Structural integrity
  • § 178.345-5
    Manhole assemblies
  • § 178.345-7
    Circumferential reinforcements
  • § 178.345-8
    Accident damage protection
  • § 178.345-9
    Pumps, piping, hoses and connections
  • § 178.345-10
    Pressure relief
  • § 178.345-11
    Tank outlets
  • § 178.345-14
    Marking
  • § 178.345-15
    Certification
  • § 178.346-3
    Pressure relief
  • § 178.347
    Specification DOT 407; cargo tank motor vehicle
  • § 178.347-1
    General requirements
  • § 178.347-5
    Pressure and leakage test
  • § 178.348
    Specification DOT 412; cargo tank motor vehicle
  • § 178.348-1
    General requirements
  • § 178.350
    Specification 7A; general packaging, Type A.
  • § 178.500
    Purpose, scope and definitions
  • § 178.503
    Marking of packagings
  • § 178.504
    Standards for steel drums
  • § 178.508
    Standards for fiber drums
  • § 178.509
    Standards for plastic drums and jerricans
  • § 178.512
    Standards for steel, aluminum or other metal boxes
  • § 178.513
    Standards for boxes of natural wood
  • § 178.514
    Standards for plywood boxes
  • § 178.516
    Standards for fiberboard boxes
  • § 178.521
    Standards for paper bags
  • § 178.522
    Standards for composite packagings with inner plastic receptacles
  • § 178.523
    Standards for composite packagings with inner glass, porcelain, or stoneware receptacles
  • § 178.601
    General requirements
  • § 178.602
    Preparation of packagings and packages for testing
  • § 178.603
    Drop test
  • § 178.604
    Leakproofness test
  • § 178.605
    Hydrostatic pressure test
  • § 178.606
    Stacking test
  • § 178.608
    Vibration standard
  • § 178.609
    Test requirements for packagings for infectious substances
  • § 178.700
    Purpose, scope and definitions
  • § 178.702
    IBC codes
  • § 178.703
    Marking of IBCs
  • § 178.704
    General IBC standards
  • § 178.705
    Standards for metal IBCs
  • § 178.706
    Standards for rigid plastic IBCs
  • § 178.707
    Standards for composite IBCs
  • § 178.710
    Standards for flexible IBCs
  • § 178.801
    General requirements
  • § 178.803
    Testing and certification of IBCs
  • § 178.813
    Leakproofness test
  • § 178.814
    Hydrostatic pressure test
  • § 178.815
    Stacking test
  • § 178.819
    Vibration test
  • § 178.955
    General requirements
  • § 178.980
    Stacking test
  • § 179.1
    General
  • § 179.2
    Definitions and abbreviations
  • § 179.3
    Procedure for securing approval
  • § 179.6
    Repairs and alterations
  • § 179.7
    Quality assurance program
  • § 179.13
    Tank car capacity and gross weight limitation
  • § 179.15
    Pressure relief devices
  • § 179.16
    Tank-head puncture-resistance systems
  • § 179.18
    Thermal protection systems
  • § 179.22
    Marking
  • § 179.100-13
    Venting, loading and unloading valves, measuring and sampling devices
  • § 179.200
    General specifications applicable to non-pressure tank car tanks (Class DOT-111, DOT-117
  • § 179.200-16
    Gauging devices, top loading and unloading devices, venting and air inlet devices
  • § 179.200-17
    Bottom outlets
  • § 179.202-1
    Applicability
  • § 179.202-11
    Individual specification requirements
  • § 179.202-12
    Performance standard requirements (DOT-117P)
  • § 180.1
    Purpose and scope
  • § 180.3
    General requirements
  • § 180.203
    Definitions
  • § 180.205
    General requirements for requalification of specification cylinders
  • § 180.207
    Requirements for requalification of UN pressure receptacles
  • § 180.209
    Requirements for requalification of specification cylinders
  • § 180.211
    Repair, rebuilding and reheat treatment of DOT-4 series specification cylinders
  • § 180.212
    Repair of seamless DOT 3-series specification cylinders and seamless UN pressure receptacles
  • § 180.213
    Requalification markings
  • § 180.215
    Reporting and record retention requirements
  • § 180.350
    Applicability and definitions
  • § 180.352
    Requirements for retest and inspection of IBCs
  • § 180.401
    Applicability
  • § 180.403
    Definitions
  • § 180.405
    Qualification of cargo tanks
  • § 180.407
    Requirements for test and inspection of specification cargo tanks
  • § 180.409
    Minimum qualifications for inspectors and testers
  • § 180.411
    Acceptable results of tests and inspections
  • § 180.413
    Repair, modification, stretching, rebarrelling, or mounting of specification cargo tanks
  • § 180.415
    Test and inspection markings
  • § 180.416
    Discharge system inspection and maintenance program for cargo tanks transporting liquefied compressed gases
  • § 180.417
    Reporting and record retention requirements
  • § 180.503
    Definitions
  • § 180.509
    Requirements for inspection and test of specification tank cars
  • § 180.513
    Repairs, alterations, conversions, and modifications
  • § 180.519
    Periodic retest and inspection of tank cars other than single-unit tank car tanks
  • § 180.605
    Requirements for periodic testing, inspection and repair of portable tanks
  • § 190.9
    Petitions for finding or approval
  • § 192.1
    What is the scope of this part?
  • § 192.3
    Definitions
  • § 192.5
    Class locations
  • § 192.7
    What documents are incorporated by reference partly or wholly in this part?
  • § 192.8
    How are onshore gathering lines and regulated onshore gathering lines determined?
  • § 192.11
    Petroleum gas systems
  • § 192.13
    What general requirements apply to pipelines regulated under this part?
  • § 192.14
    Conversion to service subject to this part
  • § 192.15
    Rules of regulatory construction
  • § 192.16
    Customer notification
  • § 192.53
    General
  • § 192.55
    Steel pipe
  • § 192.59
    Plastic pipe
  • § 192.63
    Marking of materials
  • § 192.65
    Transportation of pipe
  • § 192.103
    General
  • § 192.105
    Design formula for steel pipe
  • § 192.107
    Yield strength (S) for steel pipe
  • § 192.109
    Nominal wall thickness (t) for steel pipe
  • § 192.111
    Design factor (F) for steel pipe
  • § 192.112
    Additional design requirements for steel pipe using alternative maximum allowable operating pressure
  • § 192.113
    Longitudinal joint factor (E) for steel pipe
  • § 192.121
    Design of plastic pipe
  • § 192.123
    Design limitations for plastic pipe
  • § 192.143
    General requirements
  • § 192.145
    Valves
  • § 192.147
    Flanges and flange accessories
  • § 192.149
    Standard fittings
  • § 192.153
    Components fabricated by welding
  • § 192.161
    Supports and anchors
  • § 192.167
    Compressor stations: Emergency shutdown
  • § 192.175
    Pipe-type and bottle-type holders
  • § 192.177
    Additional provisions for bottle-type holders
  • § 192.179
    Transmission line valves
  • § 192.181
    Distribution line valves
  • § 192.187
    Vaults: Sealing, venting, and ventilation
  • § 192.191
    Design pressure of plastic fittings
  • § 192.195
    Protection against accidental overpressuring
  • § 192.197
    Control of the pressure of gas delivered from high-pressure distribution systems
  • § 192.199
    Requirements for design of pressure relief and limiting devices
  • § 192.201
    Required capacity of pressure relieving and limiting stations
  • § 192.203
    Instrument, control, and sampling pipe and components
  • § 192.221
    Scope
  • § 192.225
    Welding procedures
  • § 192.227
    Qualification of welders and welding operators
  • § 192.229
    Limitations on welders and welding operators
  • § 192.241
    Inspection and test of welds
  • § 192.243
    Nondestructive testing
  • § 192.245
    Repair or removal of defects
  • § 192.271
    Scope
  • § 192.273
    General
  • § 192.281
    Plastic pipe
  • § 192.283
    Plastic pipe: Qualifying joining procedures
  • § 192.285
    Plastic pipe: Qualifying persons to make joints.
  • § 192.301
    Scope
  • § 192.305
    Inspection: General
  • § 192.309
    Repair of steel pipe
  • § 192.311
    Repair of plastic pipe
  • § 192.317
    Protection from hazards
  • § 192.319
    Installation of pipe in a ditch
  • § 192.321
    Installation of plastic pipe
  • § 192.323
    Casing
  • § 192.325
    Underground clearance
  • § 192.327
    Cover
  • § 192.355
    Customer meters and regulators: Protection from damage
  • § 192.357
    Customer meters and regulators: Installation
  • § 192.359
    Customer meter installations: Operating pressure
  • § 192.361
    Service lines: Installation
  • § 192.363
    Service lines: Valve requirements
  • § 192.365
    Service lines: Location of valves
  • § 192.371
    Service lines: Steel
  • § 192.375
    Service lines: Plastic
  • § 192.379
    New service lines not in use
  • § 192.381
    Service lines: Excess flow valve performance standards
  • § 192.383
    Excess flow valve installation
  • § 192.451
    Scope
  • § 192.453
    General
  • § 192.455
    External corrosion control: Buried or submerged pipelines installed after July 31, 1971
  • § 192.457
    External corrosion control: Buried or submerged pipelines installed before August 1, 1971
  • § 192.459
    External corrosion control: Examination of buried pipeline when exposed
  • § 192.461
    External corrosion control: Protective coating
  • § 192.463
    External corrosion control: Cathodic protection
  • § 192.465
    External corrosion control: Monitoring
  • § 192.467
    External corrosion control: Electrical isolation
  • § 192.469
    External corrosion control: Test stations
  • § 192.475
    Internal corrosion control: General
  • § 192.479
    Atmospheric corrosion control: General
  • § 192.481
    Atmospheric corrosion control: Monitoring
  • § 192.485
    Remedial measures: Transmission lines
  • § 192.487
    Remedial measures: Distribution lines other than cast iron or ductile iron lines
  • § 192.491
    Corrosion control records
  • § 192.501
    Scope
  • § 192.503
    General requirements
  • § 192.505
    Strength test requirements for steel pipeline to operate at a hoop stress of 30 percent or more of SMYS
  • § 192.507
    Test requirements for pipelines to operate at a hoop stress less than 30 percent of SMYS and at or above 100 p.s.i. (689 kPa) gage
  • § 192.509
    Test requirements for pipelines to operate below 100 p.s.i. (689 kPa) gage
  • § 192.511
    Test requirements for service lines
  • § 192.513
    Test requirements for plastic pipelines
  • § 192.515
    Environmental protection and safety requirements
  • § 192.517
    Records
  • § 192.551
    Scope
  • § 192.553
    General requirements
  • § 192.555
    Uprating to a pressure that will produce a hoop stress of 30 percent or more of SMYS in steel pipelines
  • § 192.557
    Uprating: Steel pipelines to a pressure that will produce a hoop stress less than 30 percent of SMYS: plastic, cast iron, and ductile iron pipelines
  • § 192.603
    General provisions
  • § 192.605
    Procedural manual for operations, maintenance, and emergencies
  • § 192.609
    Change in class location: Required study
  • § 192.611
    Change in class location: Confirmation or revision of maximum allowable operating pressure
  • § 192.612
    Underwater inspection and reburial of pipelines in the Gulf of Mexico and its inlets
  • § 192.613
    Continuing surveillance
  • § 192.614
    Damage prevention program
  • § 192.615
    Emergency plans
  • § 192.616
    Public awareness
  • § 192.617
    Investigation of failures
  • § 192.619
    Maximum allowable operating pressure: Steel or plastic pipelines
  • § 192.620
    Alternative maximum allowable operating pressure for certain steel pipelines
  • § 192.621
    Maximum allowable operating pressure: High-pressure distribution systems
  • § 192.623
    Maximum and minimum allowable operating pressure; Low-pressure distribution systems
  • § 192.625
    Odorization of gas
  • § 192.631
    Control room management
  • § 192.701
    Scope
  • § 192.703
    General
  • § 192.705
    Transmission lines: Patrolling
  • § 192.706
    Transmission lines: Leakage surveys
  • § 192.707
    Line markers for mains and transmission lines
  • § 192.709
    Transmission lines: Record keeping
  • § 192.713
    Transmission lines: Permanent field repair of imperfections and damages
  • § 192.715
    Transmission lines: Permanent field repair of welds
  • § 192.717
    Transmission lines: Permanent field repair of leaks
  • § 192.719
    Transmission lines: Testing of repairs
  • § 192.721
    Distribution systems: Patrolling
  • § 192.723
    Distribution systems: Leakage surveys
  • § 192.725
    Test requirements for reinstating service lines
  • § 192.727
    Abandonment or deactivation of facilities
  • § 192.731
    Compressor stations: Inspection and testing of relief devices
  • § 192.735
    Compressor stations: Storage of combustible materials
  • § 192.739
    Pressure limiting and regulating stations: Inspection and testing
  • § 192.741
    Pressure limiting and regulating stations: Telemetering or recording gauges
  • § 192.743
    Pressure limiting and regulating stations: Capacity of relief devices
  • § 192.747
    Valve maintenance: Distribution systems
  • § 192.753
    Caulked bell and spigot joints
  • § 192.755
    Protecting cast-iron pipelines
  • § 192.801
    Scope
  • § 192.807
    Recordkeeping
  • § 192.903
    What definitions apply to this subpart?
  • § 192.939
    What are the required reassessment intervals?
  • § 193.2001
    Scope of part
  • § 193.2005
    Applicability
  • § 193.2007
    Definitions
  • § 193.2051
    Scope
  • § 193.2057
    Thermal radiation protection
  • § 193.2059
    Flammable vapor-gas dispersion protection
  • § 193.2181
    Impoundment capacity: LNG storage tanks
  • § 193.2401
    Scope
  • § 193.2513
    Transfer procedures
  • § 193.2621
    Testing transfer hoses
  • § 193.2707
    Operations and maintenance
  • § 194.1
    Purpose
  • § 194.3
    Applicability
  • § 194.101
    Operators required to submit plans
  • § 194.105
    Worst case discharge
  • § 195.1
    Which pipelines are covered by this Part?
  • § 195.2
    Definitions
  • § 195.3
    What documents are incorporated by reference partly or wholly in this part?
  • § 195.4
    Compatibility necessary for transportation of hazardous liquids or carbon dioxide
  • § 195.5
    Conversion to service subject to this part
  • § 195.6
    Unusually Sensitive Areas (USAs)
  • § 195.8
    Transportation of hazardous liquid or carbon dioxide in pipelines constructed with other than steel pipe
  • § 195.12
    What requirements apply to low-stress pipelines in rural areas?
  • § 195.50
    Reporting accidents
  • § 195.54
    Accident reports
  • § 195.59
    Abandonment or deactivation of facilities
  • § 195.102
    Design temperature
  • § 195.106
    Internal design pressure
  • § 195.110
    External loads
  • § 195.112
    New pipe
  • § 195.116
    Valves
  • § 195.120
    Passage of In-Line Inspection tools
  • § 195.124
    Closures
  • § 195.200
    Scope
  • § 195.204
    Inspection-general
  • § 195.208
    Welding of supports and braces
  • § 195.210
    Pipelines location
  • § 195.212
    Bending of pipe
  • § 195.214
    Welding procedures
  • § 195.228
    Welds and welding inspection: Standards of acceptability
  • § 195.246
    Installation of pipe in a ditch
  • § 195.248
    Cover over buried pipeline
  • § 195.260
    Valves: Location
  • § 195.262
    Pumping equipment
  • § 195.300
    Scope
  • § 195.302
    General requirements
  • § 195.304
    Test pressure
  • § 195.306
    Test medium
  • § 195.308
    Testing of tie-ins
  • § 195.310
    Records
  • § 195.401
    General requirements
  • § 195.402
    Procedural manual for operations, maintenance, and emergencies
  • § 195.404
    Maps and records
  • § 195.406
    Maximum operating pressure
  • § 195.410
    Line markers
  • § 195.412
    Inspection of rights-of-way and crossings under navigable waters
  • § 195.413
    Underwater inspection and reburial of pipelines in the Gulf of Mexico and its inlets
  • § 195.422
    Pipeline repairs
  • § 195.424
    Pipe movement
  • § 195.426
    Scraper and sphere facilities
  • § 195.432
    Inspection of in-service breakout tanks
  • § 195.436
    Security of facilities
  • § 195.442
    Damage prevention program
  • § 195.446
    Control room management
  • § 195.507
    Recordkeeping
  • § 195.567
    Which pipelines must have test leads and what must I do to install and maintain the leads?
  • § 195.585
    What must I do to correct corroded pipe?
  • § 199.1
    Scope
  • § 199.3
    Definitions
  • § 199.7
    Stand-down waivers
  • § 199.9
    Preemption of State and local laws
  • § 199.243
    Referral, evaluation, and treatment


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