Label Makers manufacture and stock a wide range of dangerous goods labels, class labels, class diamonds and hazchem labels and placards specifically for the labelling and identification of Hazardous and Dangerous Goods. We stock a range of DG Label designs including;
Flammable Liquid Labels
Oxidizing Agent Labels
Flammable Gas Labels
Non-Flammable Non Toxic Gas Labels
We have many more dangerous goods placards and labels on our shelves so please call us today with your class label and placard requirement. Dangerous goods labels can normally be despatched same day if ordered before 11am. Credit card payments accepted at no extra charge.
We manufacture dangerous goods labels in a wide range of sizes from 20mm diamonds up to 250mm diamond placards. We can supply small to large quantites and most of the standard range comes straight off the shelf for despatch same day.
Market leading premium quality dangerous goods labels, dangerous goods placards, class diamonds, hazardous goods and chemical labels - supplied Australia wide
Our high quality class labels and dangerous goods labels are printed on carefully selected materials and printed using special high light-resistant UV inks. We produce class labels on vinyl or paper dependant on the application requirement. The colours we use use on our dangerous goods labels are largely dictated by legislation and the Australian dangerous goods standard AS 1216. 2006.
Below are some examples of some of the dangerous goods labels, class diamonds, and placard designs we carry in stock. We carry too many to picture and mention, so if you can't see what you're looking for contact us, we will more than likely have it, or if not we will make it, pronto!!
Please note: The sample images shown here are for illustrative purposes only and may not be a true representation, as class labels are subject to legislative changes periodically. Label Makers ensure that all of its class label artwork is current and complies with the relevant legislation at your time of purchase.
Legislative information for Dangerous Goods Identification.
Employers in control of dangerous goods should ensure they are familiar with the requirements of Part 8 of the Occupational Health and Safety (Safety Standards) Regulations 1994 (the Regulations). Employers should also ensure they are complying with legislative requirements when storing or handling any dangerous good as defined within regulation 8.04(3) of the Regulations
Under Part 8 of the Regulations, there are a wide range of labelling, placarding, marking and identification requirements for the storage and handling of dangerous goods. Such requirements apply to a variety of areas including:
• marking and identifying containers
• HAZCHEM signs
• shorthand information for emergency services personnel
• the type of fire extinguishing agent required, such as water or foam
• details of violent reactions
• suggested PPE
• information about whether to dilute an effluent
• evacuation procedures
• placarding of bulk containers, including specific requirements such as the form, size, layout, content and location of placards
Part 8 of the Regulations states that workplace dangerous goods must be labelled in accordance with the ADG Code and include other information necessary to protect the health and safety of persons. This includes information that alerts users to the particular hazardous properties of the dangerous goods and any safety precautions the users need to take. The National Code of Practice for the Labelling of Workplace Substances includes risk and safety phrases that relate to the health hazards and physicochemical hazards, plus other guidance on labelling.
Our complete ranges of Dangerous goods labels are consistent with the latest Australian Dangerous Goods Code (ADG 7).