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NAVSUP PUB 573
13 January 1999
STORAGE AND HANDLING OF HAZARDOUS MATERIALS
[This publication has been revised significantly
and must be reviewed in its entirety.]
1. TM 38-410/NAVSUP PUB 573/AFR 69-9/MCO 4450-12/DLAM 4145.11, May 92
2. DoD 4140.1-R, DoD Material Management Regulation
B: PURPOSE. This instruction:
1. Supersedes reference A1.
2. Implements the policy established in reference A2.
3. Establishes uniform procedures for the receipt, storage, and handling of hazardous materials and
wastes by Department of Defense (DoD) components, installations, and activities. It is to be used in
conjunction with pertinent Service-specific and DoD hazardous materials procedures, regulations,
manuals, and guidance documents to support safe, effective, and environmentally sound management
of hazardous materials throughout their life-cycle
4. Serves as a source of technical know-how regarding the management of hazardous materials,
especially for warehouse personnel. For this reason it touches on a number of topics, such as
transportation and safety and health, that are covered in other DoD documents. For these areas it is a
source of information for knowledge and general awareness to assist these personnel in performing
their jobs more effectively and is not intended to replace or supersede pertinent DoD documents.
5. The Paperwork Reduction Act of 1974, as amended in 1996, affects this manual.
C. APPLICABILITY AND SCOPE
1. The provisions of this instruction are applicable to the Department of the Army (DA), the
Department of the Air Force, the Department of the Navy, the Marine Corps, and the Defense
Logistics Agency (DLA) which will be referred to collectively as "DoD Components". In addition,
this instruction applies to overseas DoD locations. When there is a conflict between the provisions of
this instruction and the host nation, the more stringent should be applied.
2. Ammunition and explosives, defined as United Nations (UN) Class 1 items regardless of
Division, form a unique subset of all hazardous materials. Receipt, storage, and handling of
ammunition and explosives at DoD activities are governed by DoD 6055.9-STD, DoD Ammunition
and Explosives safety manuals and regulations. However, general broad procedures applicable to the
storage of ammunition and explosives are provided in Chapter 10 for reference and to assist
warehousing personnel in performing their jobs more effectively.
3. This publication may be supplemented at the installation or activity level by written local
procedures, regulations, instructions, etc. When more stringent service/agency policies and
procedures exist, they should be followed as appropriate.
D. DEFINITIONS. See Appendix H of this publication.
1. The procedures described in this publication are written around the requirements as specified in
the appropriate Codes of Federal Regulations and should be followed as a minimum. More specific
or more stringent regulations, procedures, or instructions established by DoD components should be
followed as appropriate.
2. Because this publication is written from a broad hazardous materials management perspective,
the procedures as they apply to areas such as the shipment of hazardous materials, personal protective
equipment, occupational safety and health programs, and environmental programs are general and
should be viewed as an initial starting point and supplemented with the appropriate service/agency
regulations and procedures.
3. When necessary, DoD components may authorize temporary deviations to this instruction when
compliance with mandatory provisions is not practical or the deviation is required as an emergency
measure. Temporary deviations will not exceed 90 days unless appropriately authorized by the DoD
component. DoD components may authorize deviations from the mandatory provisions of this
directive provided they do not violate environmental, occupational, safety and health, or domestic and
host nation laws and regulations. Any authorized deviations which may extend beyond 90 days will
be forwarded to Defense Logistics Support Command, Attn: DLSC-LDD, 8725 John J. Kingman Rd.,
Suite 2533, Ft. Belvoir, VA 22060-6221, for a determination as to whether or not it should be
incorporated into this publication.
4. Organization and Use.
a. Organization. This publication is organized into chapter and appendices. Each chapter covers a
major subject and is divided into sections. A table of contents reflects the scope of subjects included.
b. Table of Contents. The organization of this publication makes it possible to locate desired
information down to the paragraph level.
c. Illustrations. The purpose of illustrations is to show by means of drawings, charts, or completed
sample forms, the principles and procedures explained in the text. The illustrations do not necessarily
show current names, dates, and figures, but are included to clarify the principles outlined in the text.
The use of commercial forms for samples does not constitute an endorsement of the firm by the DoD.
d. Processing Changes. Any organization or user of this publication should submit changes, in
writing, to Defense Logistics Support Command, Attn: DLSC-LDD, 8725 John J. Kingman Rd.,
Suite 2533, Ft. Belvoir, VA 22060-6221.
1. The Commanders or Directors of DoD Components will implement as appropriate the procedures
of this instruction.
2. The Defense Logistics Support Command, DLSC-LDD, will maintain this document.
G. EFFECTIVE DATE. This instruction is effective immediately.
H. INFORMATION REQUIREMENTS. (Reserved for future use.)
BY ORDER OF THE DIRECTOR, DEFENSE LOGISTICS AGENCY, AND THE
SECRETARIES OF THE ARMY, THE AIR FORCE, THE NAVY, AND THE
COMMANDANT OF THE MARINE
NORMAN B. HODGES III
Headquarters Complex Commandant
DENNIS J. REIMER
General, United States Army
Chief of Staff
JOEL B. HUDSON
Administrative Assistant to the
Secretary of the Army
W. J. Maguire
Captain, SC, USN
Deputy Commander for