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To further promote compliance with the prescribed labelling of dangerous goods, which is of great importance especially in case of an accident and to emphasise its importance, the penalties for non-compliance are high.
The Dangerous Goods Ordinance for Road, Rail and Inland Navigation as well as the Dangerous Goods Transport Act and the ADR guidelines specify the regulations for transporting dangerous goods and exactly how dangerous goods must be labeled in transport. This concerns the orange warning signs but also labels that must be clearly visible on the outside as well as on the dangerous goods packaging.
Safety is the top priority here because neither the environment nor drivers or other road users should be endangered during transports. Strict regulations are intended to make this clear. High fines, points in Flensburg or even driving bans underline the importance of dangerous goods labels enormously.
To deal with these dangers, risks and the high level of responsibility a training must be completed if a driver is to transport dangerous goods. If the ADR certificate, the so-called dangerous goods licence, is not presented at a check the fine is 500€.
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Hazard labels in 100x100mm format on roll. Can also be individualized and ordered as a combination of 2 or 3.
Placards in 250x250mm format. The placards are customizable and comply with BS 5609 Section III.
Orange Plate Labels
Seawater resistant orange warning signs in standard format 400x300mm – Individual imprint possible.
In addition to blank labels in standardized formats, this term also includes technical names and information labels, as well as GHS labels in 250x250mm format.