Hazmat Identification

Violations under this category frequently stem from transporting hazardous materials without the required shipping papers, packaging, labels, and placards. Check out the specifics of these violations and their solutions below.

Offeror Requirements

All Hazardous Materials

Offering for transportation a hazardous material without shipping papers, package markings, labels, and placards (where required):

Cite: 172.200, 172.300, 172.400, 172.500.

Baseline assessment: $5,000 - $30,000+

Offering for transportation a hazardous material that is misclassified on the shipping paper, markings, labels, and placards (including improper treatment as consumer commodity, ORM-D):

Cite: 172.200, 172.300, 172.400, 172.500.

Baseline assessment: $8,000 - $20,000


Labelmaster Services

Shipper's Declaration for Dangerous Goods

Straight Bill of Lading

Uniform Hazardous Waste Manifest

IMO Dangerous Goods Declaration

Multimodal Dangerous Goods Form

Labels & Markings
Hazard Class Labels

Air Markings & Labels

Battery Markings & Labels

Regulated Markings & Labels

Waste Labels

GHS, Hazcom & NFPA Labels

Consulting Services

Placarding Systems
Flip Placard Systems with Worded Legends (Spacemaster)

Flip Placard Systems with UN Numbers (Duo-Flip)

Slide-in Placard Holders (Slidemaster)

Hazard Class Placards

Orange Panels


Regulatory Publications
Air Transport

Ground Transport

Maritime Transport

Emergency Response Guide

Code of Federal Regulations Books

Dangerous Goods Information System (DGIS)

Shipping Paper Software

Air Training

Ground Training

Maritime Training

Lithium Battery Shipping Training

GHS- Hazcom Training

UN Packaging
4GV Packaging

Glass Packaging

Metal Packaging

Plastic Packaging

173.13 Packaging

Oxygen Shippers

Battery Packaging

Electronics Packaging

Infectious Substance Packaging

Parts Packaging

Temperature Controlled Packaging


Jerricans & Pails

Wooden Boxes

Components & Accessories

This website is designed to provide accurate information regarding the subject matter covered. The violations listed can be found in the Code of Federal Regulations 49-Parts 100-185. Early Edition published by Labelmaster. Pages 41-54. Every effort has been made to provide a simplified guid consistent with the various applicable regulations. However, if there is a discrepancy, the regulations are the final authority.