NTTC RESOURCES

2nd Tank Truck Industry Market Analysis

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An NTTC exclusive, the Tank Truck Industry Market Analysis is the first economic model gauging the size and scope of the varied service segments within our industry.

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Bulk Hazmat Compliance Guide

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NTTC's 53rd Edition Bulk Hazardous Materials Compliance Guide is SOLD OUT. The all-new 54th Edition is coming soon - stay tuned for more details!

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Cargo Tank Maintenance Manual

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NTTC's guide to repairing and maintaining your company's valuable cargo tank trailers.

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Past TTU Webinars

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TTU webinars are recorded and available to watch at your convenience! Click here to see a selection of our recent videos.

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Want even more out of TTU?

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TTU is more than just publications and videos. We offer in-depth, in-person educational programs around the country throughout each semester.

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other educational resources

Free resource material from groups like the Pipeline & Hazardous Materials Safety Administration (PHMSA), Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA), and Commercial Vehicle Safety Alliance (CVSA) designed to keep you in compliance and up-to-date with the latest in safety!

PHMSA: Hazmat Transportation Training Requirements (pdf)

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PHMSA: What are Materials of Trade (MOTs) & What Regulations Apply? (pdf)

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Other Useful Links

NEW! Are You Sure Your CT Shop is Registered?

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FMCSA is stepping up enforcement on unregistered cargo tank shops. If your truck was certified or inspected at an unregistered shop, then it wasn’t certified or inspected - and you’re liable for a hefty fine. Check the FMCSA’s CT shop registry and make sure that your CT shop is up to date!

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FMCSA: ELD Mandate Video

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 A video from the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) regarding the ELD Mandate.  

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New PHMSA/OSHA Hazmat Communications Video

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The Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration (PHMSA) and the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) produced this video on the differing agency labeling requirements to communicate the dangers of hazardous materials.

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DOT Chart 16 (Hazmat Labeling)

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The latest version of the Hazardous Materials Markings, Labeling and Placarding Guide (updated August 2017).

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PHMSA: Hazmat Transportation Training Modules

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This new on-line training program introduces users to the HMR, and may be used to meet the requirements for general awareness/familiarization training, or as the basis for developing function-specific training programs. 

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