Dangerous Goods Receiver Responsibilities

It is the DG receivers responsibility to ensure packages containing DG/hazardous materials are properly received and stored in accordance with DOT, OSHA, and other applicable regulations. Labelmaster can help your company comply using our products, services, and software.

Warehouse Labels

Compliance IS... Protect your cargo from mishaps using our high-visibility warehouse labels and shipping and handling labels, which alert employees to special handling instructions on pallets, packages and products. Choose from thousands of preprinted messages, colors and formats or order blank or custom labels to personalize your own.

Facility Management

5S Goals - Sort, Set, Shine, Standardize, Sustain There's no resource more valuable than your employees. Ensure their safety, along with your property and products, with facility management and spill containment solutions. These are designed to efficiently receive and store DG shipments.

Protect you Most Valuable Resources - Your People, Products, and Property

Spill Control and Containment

Keep a lid on your DG with spill products, which control and contain hazardous materials and comply with EPA 40 CFR and SPCC regulations.

Workplace Safety

MSDS to GHS Conversion Service

Labelmaster® has a wide selection of workplace safety supplies. From GHS pictograms to fire extinguishers and caution tape – we have what you need to stay in compliance and keep employees safe and informed.

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Click Shippers, Carriers, or Receivers to learn the supply chain DG responsibilities.