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Keller announces Emergency Response Guide changes

NEENAH, Wis. — The long-awaited arrival of the 2008 Emergency Response Guidebook, the emergency preparedness guide that helps transporters, police, fire personnel and other emergency responders quickly identify the hazards of materials involved in an incident, is on the horizon.

The 2008 Emergency Response Guidebook replaces the 2004 edition with the latest emergency response guidelines needed for emergency planning. DOT’s Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration (PHMSA) has not issued a formal list of changes, however, a number of changes are anticipated. These anticipated changes are available at

The 2008 Emergency Response Guidebook is available in a variety of formats and can be reserved now to ensure priority processing as soon as it is available for shipment.

Customers ordering now will receive their 2008 Emergency Response Guidebooks at J. J. Keller’s 2004 edition prices.

To view the anticipated emergency response guideline changes or to reserve copies of the 2008 Guidebook, visit or call 1-800-327-6868. Callers should reference Action Code 18844.

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J. J. Keller Announces Anticipated Changes for
2008 Emergency Response Guidebook

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