Hazardous Journey


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Every day, an average of 800,000 hazardous-material shipments take place in the U.S., providing a potentially tempting target for terrorists bent on disrupting America's supply chain. That's why the Department of Transportation since last september has required nearly all haulers of hazardous materials to create a secrurity plan, assesses thier risks, evaluates thier transportation routes, and outlines contingencies for various kinds of emergencies. Companies are also required to train all related employees about hazardous materials and thier security risks.

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