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Hazardous Chemical Labels

Dangerous Goods Labels and Hazardous Chemical Stickers are crucial for safe handling and transporting dangerous substances. These self-adhesive hazard labels are a regulatory requirement and serve as an important visual warning system. 
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The dangerous goods label is 100mm x 100mm and made from durable PVC to withstand tough conditions and stay in place. These hazard warning stickers come in rolls of 500 with easy-to-tear perforation. They are important for following safety rules when dealing with dangerous materials. Using these hazard labels on emergency information panels, shipping containers, and bulk storage is a proactive approach to minimise accidents, mishandling and maximise safety. 

For a broad spectrum of risks, our range of hazard warning labels includes multiple classes: 
  • Class 8 Corrosive Substances: These labels warn people about dangerous substances such as nitric acid and sodium hydroxide. These substances can cause serious harm to people and property. 
  • Class 2.1 Flammable Gases: They identify gases that can ignite at low concentrations and may have a wide flammable range. Heavier than air gases are particularly risky as they can accumulate in lower areas. 
  • Class 3 Flammable Liquids: These labels are for liquids that can catch fire easily when near heat or flames. These liquid have a flash point of 60.5ºC or lower. 
  • Flammable Solids: This category includes self-reactive materials and desensitized explosives. These substances are highly flammable and pose serious fire risks. 
  • Class 6 Infectious Substances: 
  • Warning labels alert people about harmful germs in materials that can be dangerous to health. 
  • Class 9 Miscellaneous Dangerous Goods: Used for items that do not fall under other categories yet present significant risks. 
  • Class 2 Non-Flammable, Non-Toxic Gases: Labels for this class display gases such as nitrogen, carbon dioxide, and oxygen. These gases are not toxic, but they can lead to suffocation or fires. 
  • Class 5.2 Organic Peroxides: These labels warn about substances that can explode or burn quickly when they get too hot. Examples of such substances include Hydrogen Peroxide and Benzol Peroxide. 
  • Class 5.1 Oxidizing Substances: These danger labels show that the substances can make fires worse by adding oxygen. 
  • Limited Quantity Labels: These stickers show that limited quantities of dangerous goods are packed, reducing regulatory transport requirements. 
  • Class 6.1 Toxic Substances: Warning labels are important because they alert you to substances that could be harmful if swallowed, inhaled, or touched. 
Click here to view government regulation guidelines about hazardous chemical labels and dangerous goods labels.

With inhouse printing facilities, buy dangerous goods labels wholesale from Omni Group. We offer premium grade labels at the most competitive market prices. Contact us for all your custom printed label needs. With warehouses based in Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane, and Adelaide, we offer prompt delivery and excellent service. 

Hazardous Chemical Labels

Dangerous Goods Labels and Hazardous Chemical Stickers are crucial for safe handling and transporting dangerous substances. These self-adhesive hazard labels are a regulatory requirement and serve as an important visual warning system. 
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2
Price $37.5
​​​​Out of stock in your nearest depot - delivery 1- 4 business days. ​​​​
4
Price $37.5
​​​​Out of stock in your nearest depot - delivery 1- 4 business days. ​​​​
6
Price $16
Low stock
13
Price $37.5
​​​​Out of stock in your nearest depot - delivery 1- 4 business days. ​​​​
15
Price $16
In stock
22
Price $16
​​​​Out of stock in your nearest depot - delivery 1- 4 business days. ​​​​
The dangerous goods label is 100mm x 100mm and made from durable PVC to withstand tough conditions and stay in place. These hazard warning stickers come in rolls of 500 with easy-to-tear perforation. They are important for following safety rules when dealing with dangerous materials. Using these hazard labels on emergency information panels, shipping containers, and bulk storage is a proactive approach to minimise accidents, mishandling and maximise safety. 

For a broad spectrum of risks, our range of hazard warning labels includes multiple classes: 
  • Class 8 Corrosive Substances: These labels warn people about dangerous substances such as nitric acid and sodium hydroxide. These substances can cause serious harm to people and property. 
  • Class 2.1 Flammable Gases: They identify gases that can ignite at low concentrations and may have a wide flammable range. Heavier than air gases are particularly risky as they can accumulate in lower areas. 
  • Class 3 Flammable Liquids: These labels are for liquids that can catch fire easily when near heat or flames. These liquid have a flash point of 60.5ºC or lower. 
  • Flammable Solids: This category includes self-reactive materials and desensitized explosives. These substances are highly flammable and pose serious fire risks. 
  • Class 6 Infectious Substances: 
  • Warning labels alert people about harmful germs in materials that can be dangerous to health. 
  • Class 9 Miscellaneous Dangerous Goods: Used for items that do not fall under other categories yet present significant risks. 
  • Class 2 Non-Flammable, Non-Toxic Gases: Labels for this class display gases such as nitrogen, carbon dioxide, and oxygen. These gases are not toxic, but they can lead to suffocation or fires. 
  • Class 5.2 Organic Peroxides: These labels warn about substances that can explode or burn quickly when they get too hot. Examples of such substances include Hydrogen Peroxide and Benzol Peroxide. 
  • Class 5.1 Oxidizing Substances: These danger labels show that the substances can make fires worse by adding oxygen. 
  • Limited Quantity Labels: These stickers show that limited quantities of dangerous goods are packed, reducing regulatory transport requirements. 
  • Class 6.1 Toxic Substances: Warning labels are important because they alert you to substances that could be harmful if swallowed, inhaled, or touched. 
Click here to view government regulation guidelines about hazardous chemical labels and dangerous goods labels.

With inhouse printing facilities, buy dangerous goods labels wholesale from Omni Group. We offer premium grade labels at the most competitive market prices. Contact us for all your custom printed label needs. With warehouses based in Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane, and Adelaide, we offer prompt delivery and excellent service.