Jun 1, 2002 12:00 PM
Tool helps protect US roads
RegScan Inc has developed a software system as a tool to help protect United States highways. This software called HazMat Loader was developed over the past year. Alabama and North Carolina have adopted HazMat Loader as a tool in their hazardous material transportation enforcement programs. HazMat Loader deals with trailer placarding, marking, and segregation for domestic hazardous material shipments.
Keller-Soft product updated
Keller-Soft Compliance Information Manager now comes in a deluxe Version 7. Features include:
SmartSort, which sorts through and prioritizes regulatory and support information in the software.
SmartAccess, which compiles in minutes all information related to a topic.
Forms module, which provides required Occupational Safety and Health Administration and Environmental Protection Agency forms, permits, and posters, all ready to print.
Department of Labor regulations. Expanded beyond OSHA, wage and hour and worker compensation rules are included.
New high-speed navigation system that conducts a broad-range search in seconds. All information is linked. Searches are done using any keyword, word combination, or regulation number.
WeatherSentry goes on duty
DTN Weather Services/Meteorlogix has released WeatherSentry, a new weather display system to help recreation, transportation, construction, emergency management and utility entities maximize personal safety and minimize financial loss. DTN Weather Services became Meteorlogix as of Oct 23, 2001.
WeatherSentry is a subscription-based service that allows businesses to benefit from real-time weather graphics with active storm tracking and weather alerting in a PC platform. It can be expanded as client needs change. WeatherSentry provides access to National Weather Service radar images that are updated every five minutes; plus local, regional, and national outlooks and storm tracking capabilities from DTN Weather Services/Meteorlogix. The system complements the firm's StormSentry product by providing local real-time weather information without the configuration needed for StormSentry's custom weather options.
New diesel forum web site
The Diesel Technology Forum has launched a new web site focusing on ways to reduce emissions from existing diesel engines. This site will include methods for modernizing and upgrading existing equipment including:
Retrofitting applying emissions filters and catalysts to existing vehicles and equipment.
Refueling — using cleaner diesel fuels or emissions-reducing fuel additives.
Rebuilding — taking existing engines and upgrading them with hardware and/or software changes.
Repowering — replacing older engines with new lower-emitting engines.
Retirement — replacing old equipment with new equipment that has lower-emitting engines.
An adjunct to the Environmental Protection Agency web site, the web site will provide current and breaking retrofit news, commitments, and links.
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When you contact companies about their new products found in this Interchange section, please mention Modern Bulk Transporter as the source.
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