[ RadSafe ] ICAO/IATA regulations availability

Thomas Johnston tjohnstn at gmail.com
Thu Oct 10 10:18:50 CDT 2013

Hello All RadSafers,
I suggest you try your institution's professional library or even your
local library and ask for an Inter Library Loan.
I am able to acquire or borrow many reference works this way.  Of course,
we have a copy in our staff library as we routinely ship.

Best regards,

Thomas Johnston
                  Health Physicist
                                  NIST Center for Neutron Research
                                              National Institute of
Standards and Technology
Bureau Drive, Stop 1733

             Gaithersburg, MD 20899

On Thu, Oct 10, 2013 at 10:30 AM, Kulp, Jeffrey (DOH) <
Jeffrey.Kulp at doh.wa.gov> wrote:

> Hello RADSAFERs,
> I have a question regarding where I can obtain a copy of the IATA
> hazardous materials shipping regulations. Does ICAO have a website like
> the US government does for the Code of Federal Regulations that will
> allow me to access hazmat shipping regulations for free, or will I have
> to pay to access the most current air transport regulations?
> Thanks for any help,
> Jeff Kulp
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