|Use these handy labels to comply with HM-206 regulations. By correctly identifying hazards within your shipping containers you can ensure that your domestic and foreign hazardous material shipments will reach their destinations without costly delays and rejections.
These are economical paper labels. If extreme weatherability is needed, select the composite plastic version which is rated for service between -50 and +150 °F.
This label is also available with Compatibility Group C, D, E, F, G, or S. If you need one of these letters, please specify the letter on the Comments line when you make your payment or contact us for assistance.
Note: Effective October 1, 2005, all labels identifying subsidiary hazard classes must display the hazard class or division number in the bottom point per DOT regulation 49 CFR 172.402(b).