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Hazardous Materials Emergency Response numbers

Canada:

CANUTEC 613.996.6666 (collect calls are accepted) *666 cellular (in Canada only)


United States:

CHEMTREC (Chemical Transportation Emergency Center), a 24-hour emergency response communications service, for immediate information about a chemical or to seek assistance from a manufacturer, 800.424.9300 (toll free US, CA, USVirgin Islands), 703.527.3887 for calls originating elsewhere (collect calls are accepted).


CHEM-TEL, INC., a 24-hour emergency response communications service, 800.255.3924 (toll free US, CA, USVirgin Islands), 813.248.0585 for calls originating elsewhere (collect calls are accepted).


INFOTRAC, a 24-hour emergency response communications service, 800.535.5033 (toll free US, CA, USVirgin Islands), 352.323.3500 for calls originating elsewhere (collect calls are accepted)


3E COMPANY, a 24-hour emergency response communications service, 800.451.8346 (toll free US, CA, USVirgin Islands), 760.602.8703 for calls originating elsewhere (collect calls are accepted).

The emergency response information services shown above have requested to be listed as providers of emergency response information and have agreed to provide emergency response information to all callers. They maintain periodically updated lists of state and Federal radiation authorities who provide information and technical assistance on handling incidents involving radioactive materials.


NATIONAL RESPONSE CENTER (NRC) 800.424.8802 (toll free US, Canada, US Virgin Islands), 202.267.2675 in the District of Columbia

The NRC, which is operated by the US Coast Guard, receives reports required when dangerious goods and hazardous substances are spilled. After receiving notification of an incident, the NRC will immediately notify the appropriate Federal On-Scene Coordinator and concerned Federal agencies. Federal law requires that anyone who releases into the environment a reportable quantity of a hazardous substance (including oil when water is, or may be affected) or a material identified as a marine pollutant, must immediately notify the NRC. When in doubt as to whether the amount released equals the required reporting levels for these materals, the NRC should be notified.


MILITARY SHIPMENTS

For assistance at incidents involving materials being shipped by, for, or to the Department of Defense (DOD), call one of the following numbers (24 hours):
703.697.8218 (call collect) (US Army Operations Center) Explosives/ammunition incidents (collect calls are accepted) 800.851.8061 (toll-free in the US)(Defense Logistics Agency) All other dangerous goods incidents.

The above numbers are for EMERGENCIES only.


Mexico:

SETIQ (Emergency Transportation System for the Chemical Industry), a service of the Association of Chemical Industries (ANIQ) 1-800-00-214-00 in the Mexican Republic; for calls originating in Mexico City and the Metropolitan Area 5559-1588. For calls originating elsewhere, call 0-11-52-5-559-1588

CECOM (the National Center for Communications of the Civil Protection Agency) 01-800-00-413-00 in the Mexican Republic; for calls originating in Mexico City and the Metropolitan Area 5550-1496, 5550-1552, 5550-1485 or 5550-4885. For calls originating elsewhere, call 0-11-52-5-550-1496, or 0-11-52-5-550-1552, or 0-11-52-5-550-1485, or 0-11-52-5-550-4885


Brazil:

PRÓ-QUÍMICA 0-800-118270 (Toll-free in Brazil); 55-11-232-1144 for calls originating elsewhere (collect calls are accepted)

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