We employ the world’s highest standards for quality and compliance testing to provide you with the safest Hazmat packaging solutions.
HAZMATPAC adheres to the highest possible standards for testing product quality and compliance. Our state-of-the-art, in-house testing facilities allow us to experiment with a wide variety of configurations and materials in multiple combinations until an ideal product design is achieved. Once a design is finalized, we utilize Wyle Laboratories to independently evaluate and verify compliance.
An industry-leading provider of specialized engineering, scientific and technical services to the Department of Defense, NASA and a variety of commercial customers, Wyle was one of the first companies approved by the U.S. Department of Transportation for United Nations testing. Wyle adheres to the highest test standards and utilizes the most advanced technology available to assure that every one of our products fully complies with the Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) Title 49, parts 100 to 185
that covers DOT regulations governing the transportation of dangerous goods.
For us, total compliance is a way of life.
Our Hazmat compliance experts continually record, disseminate and archive changes in U.S. and international laws that impact product specifications, codes, labels, documents and other materials required for compliance. We use this information for expanding our knowledge base to ensure that the advice we provide to our customers is always 100% complete, accurate and up to date.
We’re helping set new standards for Global Harmonization.
As members of the Council on Safe Transportation of Hazardous Articles (COSTHA
) and Dangerous Goods Advisory Council (DGAC
), HAZMATPAC is actively involved in the shared mission of these dynamic trade organizations. We fully support their goal to promote improvements in the safe transportation of hazardous materials globally through education, assistance and information to the private and public sectors using the latest technology, tools and protocols. We also participate in their international harmonization efforts to coordinate all aspects of hazardous material transportation with numerous regulatory bodies including DOT, EPA, USCG, FRA and the United Nations Committee on the Transport of Dangerous Goods.
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