All our range of Dangerous Goods Labels Comply with International Dangerous Goods Regulations for IATA, ICAO, IMDG, ADR,CFR
DG Label Tests & Compliance
When you purchase dangerous goods hazard labels you should check and test that they comply with BS5609 specification and regulation standards. At Labeline we test labels at our tidal salt water Estuary location. Not only do we submerge labels for three month but many more months after that, we check coatings for drag testing, exposure to full South facing UV sunlight and daily weather conditions.
Purchasing and administrators
You should be aware that if labels are non compliant then the containers, vehicles or package could be impounded, held at boarder controls, face fines or convictions all of which can create unnecessary costs.
The signed documentation that accompanies your dangerous goods label is likely to be completed by an employee who is then legally responsible for that shipment. You need to ensure your dangerous goods packaging, inner packaging, DG labelling and documents comply with international regulations and standards.
Leading Regulatory Provider
At Labeline all our labels comply with the strictest DGR regulation standards for IATADGR, ICAOTI, IMDG & ADR so you can be assured that our labels comply with all modes of dangerous goods movements.
Labeline is not just a bookseller or printer we are the key dangerous goods specialist to industry and have been so for the last 25 years. We are IATA’s best performing regulatory distributor worldwide (for more than 10 years), providing a fast international service, maintaining over one million labels in stock, from hazard labels, packaging labels and placards, normally dispatch the same day you place an order.
Our customers purchase in confidence as our DG products are used by many 1000’s of multi-national companies and industries worldwide including most of the footsie 500.
It’s Dangerous Goods don’t risk non compliance.