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What does ORM D stand for?

Last Updated: 10th February, 2020

other regulated materials for domestic transport only

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Similarly, what does ORDM mean?

Ordained Minister

Secondly, can UPS ship ORM D? Materials marked "ORM-D" and shipped by UPS Ground within the 48 contiguous states, UPS Ground Intra-Oahu and Intra-Alaska do not require hazardous material shipping papers. Print the ORM-D or Limited Quantity marking and securely affix to your package.

Besides, does orm d require placards?

Benefits to the re-classification of a hazardous material as an ORM-D include: No placards. No labels unless shipped by air. No shipping paper unless shipped by air or vessel.

Is limited quantity a hazmat?

Shipping Hazmat Limited Quantities by Ground, Air, and Vessel. When shipped by ground, air, or vessel, small quantities of hazardous materials (or dangerous goods)—referred to as "limited quantities"—are granted relief from certain hazmat shipping requirements.

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