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Acceptance of hazardous, restricted, or perishable matter.
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[Change “Publicat Acceptance of Hazardous, Restricted, or Perishable Matter” to “Publicat Hazardous, Restricted, or Perishable Mail.”] CORROSIVES (HAZARD CLASS 8) . For additional information, refer to Publication 52 Hazardous, Restricted, and Perishable Mail, Section and Appendix C – 3A or 3D for the appropriate Packaging Instruction. If you have questions, please contact the Pricing & Classification Service Center (PCSC) at [email protected] or Product Classification at [email protected]
The conditions and preparation and packaging under which such materials are accepted are explained in the Domestic Mail Manual and Publicat Acceptance of Hazardous, Restricted, or Perishable Matter. Conditions applicable to mailing of hazardous materials to foreign addresses are explained in the International Mail Manual. The best resource for locating which items may be banned or restricted by the USPS is their website, specifically on the following pages: Publication 52 – Hazardous, Restricted, and Perishable Mail. QSG Basic Standards for All Mailing Services – Hazardous, Restricted, and Perishable Materials.
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Acceptance of hazardous, restricted, or perishable matter (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication, Updating loose-leaf: Document Type: Continually Updated Resource: All Authors / Contributors: United States Postal Service. OCLC Number: Notes: Cover title.
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OCLC Number: Notes: Cover title. "Replaces Acceptance of hazardous letters 1. Acceptance of hazardous, restricted, or perishable matter. By United States Postal Service. Abstract. Cover ng list no.: P." "st prelim. ittal letter 7 replaces transmittal letters Includes bibliography and of access: InternetAuthor: United States Postal Service.
(k) U.S. Postal Service Publicat "Acceptance of Hazardous, Restricted, or Perishable Matter," July (l) Executive Order"Mailing Privileges of Members of the Armed Forces ofFile Size: 2MB.
However, certain hazardous materials and otherwise restricted and perishable matter may be mailed under the conditions permitted in DMM –11 and this publication. Hazardous, Restricted, and Perishable. The following are examples of hazardous materials, restricted matter, and perishable Size: 2MB.
Publicat Hazardous, Restricted, and Perishable Mail. 4 Restricted Matter. 45 Other Restricted Materials. Controlled Substances and Drugs. Mailability. [Add new section to read as follows:] Hemp-based Products.
For purposes of this section, “hemp” shall have the meaning provided under restricted law, including. 25 Basic Guidelines for Acceptance and Dispatch; 3 Hazardous Materials. 31 Definition; 32 General; 33 Hazard Classes; 34 Mailability by Hazard Class; 4 Restricted Matter.
41 Restricted 42 Intoxicating Liquors; 43 Firearms; 44 Knives and Sharp Instruments; 45 Other Restricted Materials; 46 Animal-Fighting Ventures; 47 Cigarettes and Smokeless Tobacco; 5 Perishable Matter. Determine the mailability of all hazardous materials, perishable matter, or otherwise restricted matter offered for mailing at a retail unit or business mail entry unit (BMEU).
This process must include a thorough inspection of all sides of the mailpiece for evidence of hazardous materials (e.g., markings). Mailable matter must be properly and securely packaged within the general packaging requirements in DMM C Mailer Responsibility Even though certain types of firearms are permitted to be mailed within the provisions of the postal law in 18 U.S.C.it is the mailer's responsibility to comply with all federal and state regulations and local ordinances affecting the movement of firearms.
Hazardous, Restricted, and Perishable Mail. 42 Publication 52 content of the material and the gas must not completely fill the primary receptacle at ° F (55° C). Additionally, the following apply: (1) A DOT 2P container must be used if the internal pressure is from psig to.
You can also find information on common hazardous, restricted and perishable materials in the summarized Shipping Restrictions page and the detailed Publicat Hazardous, Restricted, and Perishable guides identify many items by their common names and can help you determine what may be mailed and if special packaging or other restrictions apply.
Domestic Mail Manual (DMM) — contains the standards that apply to the mailing of hazardous, restricted, and perishable mail. Publicat Hazardous, Restricted, and Perishable Mail, provides important information to help mailers determine what may be mailed and how certain items must be packaged to keep the mail safe.
PUBLICATION 52—ACCEPTANCE OF HAZARDOUS, RESTRICTED, OR PERISHABLE MATTER Publication 52 is a must to have in any military post office. This publication is a reference handbook used by Postal Clerks to determine under what conditions hazardous, restricted, and perishable materials may be accepted for mailing.
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n PSApplication for Employment. (See Publicat Acceptance of Hazardous, Restricted or Perishable Matter.) III. Postal Regulations The Postal Service will accept for mailing, in lim- ited quantities, many potentially hazardous mate- rials which are not outwardly or of their own force dangerous or injurious to life, health, or property.
The mailability information in Appendix A is based on the Department of Transportation requirements in this publication and past Postal Service mailability rulings. The table does not include specific information for international mail because almost all hazardous materials are prohibited in.
Postal Service™ employees should be aware of these requirements and ensure that the sender and recipient meet the required minimum age as specified in Publicat Hazardous, Restricted, and Perishable Mail, and should be especially watchful when the item is being sent or received in an area where the minimum purchasing age is above age LII; Electronic Code of Federal Regulations (e-CFR) Title Postal Service; Chapter I.
UNITED STATES POSTAL SERVICE; Subchapter C. POST OFFICE SERVICES [DOMESTIC MAIL]. The most recent issue of Hazardous, Restricted, and Perishable Mail (Publication 52) is dated August This issue of Publication 52 contains Postal Service mailing standards relating to the shipment of hazardous, restricted, and perishable materials.
(16) Is clerk familiar with Publicat Acceptance of Hazardous, Restricted, or Perishable Matter? m. PROTECTION OF FUNDS: Last, but certainly not least, is the protection of funds.
COPE and finance clerks have to be security conscious at all times when dealing with funds. Some of these are very basic, but are still found in Size: 28KB.Hazardous, Restricted, and Perishable Mail. 40 Publication 52 content of the material and the gas must not completely fill the primary receptacle at ° F (55° C).
Additionally, the following apply: (1) A DOT 2P container must be used if the internal pressure is from psig to .The mailability standards that apply to perishable, hazardous, and restricted matter are detailed in, andrespectively. Publicat Hazardous, Restricted, and Perishable Mail, contains additional clarification and further describes the conditions of preparation and packaging under which the USPS accepts for mailing.