b'Transport Shipping LabelsSafely Identify the Appropriate Hazard on the Outside of Packaging and Containers.The U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) Hazardous Material Regulation (HM-181 and HM-206) as specified in Standard 49 CFR Parts 171-180, regulates the requirements for properidentification and classification of hazardousmaterials for transporting and shipping. Therequirements call for applying proper labelsonto the outside of packaging and containersidentifying the appropriate hazard.There are nine hazard classifications, with many having divisions, all in square diamond format. Also, there are miscellaneous regulatory styles, varying in dimension and shape.Our shipping labels meet the requirements - material, appearance, size (100 mm x 100 mm- 4" x 4"), color, and character height - asspecified by172.407, 411 - 450. Labelsare available in two self-adhesive materials,in rolls of 250 and 500.49 CFR 172.400 (a) each per-son who offers for transportation or transports a hazardous material in any of the following packages or containment devices, shall label the package or containment device with labels specified for the materialMaterial ChoicesAdhesive Coated PaperEconomical, self-adhesive label is durable for limited use. Coated paper is surface printed and has acrylic adhesive back. Peel off liner, and permanently adhere flexible label to smooth, curved, and irregular surface.Adhesive-Poly SheetFlexible poly has self-adhesive back. Peel off liner, and pressure-sensitive vinyl permanently adheres to smooth, curved, and irregular surfaces. Poly Sheet is moisture-resistant, and has outdoor durability.534 signkore.com | 780.406.1888All prices are in Canadian Dollars. Freight/Shipping charges may apply to items not in stock. Prices are subject to change without notice.'