Department of Transportation (DOT) Hazard Class Labels

If you intend to use these labels for shipping, consult 49 CFR to ensure you meet all of the Department of Transportation's standards. Among other things, the standards specify:
  • Color: Printed in the appropriate color
  • Durability: Able to withstand exposure to transportation conditions
  • Size: Each side should be at least 3.9 inches
 

1

Explosives 1.1-3:  Adobe File / Picture / Subsidiary ( DOT Reg )
 * You must add the appropriate compatibility code for shipping

1.4

Explosives 1.4:  Adobe File / Picture ( DOT Reg )
 * You must add the appropriate compatibility code for shipping

1.5

Explosives 1.5:  Adobe File / Picture ( DOT Reg )
 * You must add the appropriate compatibility code for shipping

1.6

Explosives 1.6:  Adobe File / Picture ( DOT Reg )
 * You must add the appropriate compatibility code for shipping

2.1

Flammable Gas:  Adobe File / Picture / Subsidiary ( DOT Reg )

2.2

Non-Flammable Gas:  Adobe File / Picture / Subsidiary ( DOT Reg )

2.3

Poison Gas:  Adobe File / Picture / Subsidiary ( DOT Reg )

3

Flammable Liquid:  Adobe File / Picture / Subsidiary ( DOT Reg )

4.1

Flammable Solid:  Adobe File / Picture / Subsidiary ( DOT Reg )

4.2

Spontaneously Combustible:  Adobe File / Picture / Subsidiary ( DOT Reg )

4.3

Dangerous When Wet:  Adobe File / Picture / Subsidiary ( DOT Reg )

5.1

Oxidizer:  Adobe File / Picture / Subsidiary ( DOT Reg )

5.2

Organic Peroxide:  Adobe File / Picture / Subsidiary ( DOT Reg )

6.1

Poison Inhalation Hazard:  Adobe File / Picture / Subsidiary ( DOT Reg )

6.1

Poison:  Adobe File / Picture / Subsidiary ( DOT Reg )

6.2

Infectious Substance:  Adobe File / Picture / Subsidiary ( DOT Reg )
 * Department of Health and Human Services (42 CFR 72.3)

8

Corrosive:  Adobe File / Picture / Subsidiary ( DOT Reg )

9

Class 9:  Adobe File / Picture / Subsidiary ( DOT Reg )
This label is for transporting ONLY. Please contact Tom Cusack if you have any questions.