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Our teams of experts and hands-on Dangerous Goods professionals make Labelmaster the acknowledged resource for the transport industry. We help you:
- Save time and stay compliant with placarding systems, labels and packaging
- Select exactly the right packaging and labeling to keep every shipment compliant
- Stay current with the latest regulatory news from DOT, FRA, PHMSA, FMCSA, and other transportation related regulatory bodies
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How the Transportation Industry Ships Hazmat – Products You Need
Whether you need Dangerous Goods products to ship your hazmat, training, regulations, packaging, or labels, placards, and markings Labelmaster has it all... and most of it ready to ship next day. From hazmat labels and UN certified packaging, hazmat placards and regulatory publications, to advanced technology and regulatory training, Labelmaster’s comprehensive offering of industry-leading software, products, and services help customers remain compliant with all dangerous goods regulations, mitigate risk and maintain smooth, safe operations.
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Labels, Placards, and Markings
Carrier Approved DG Shipping Software – Saves You Time
Labelmaster's Dangerous Goods Information System (DGIS) makes hazmat shipping as easy as non-regulated shipping. Say farewell to fines and returned shipments. Stop wasting time with indecipherable regulatory manuals. Boost your efficiency and your bottom line with DGIS — the industry's most robust, flexible, and advanced hazmat shipping software.
Here's how long it takes to prepare a Dangerous Goods shipping declaration:
If you are in the transportation/logistics industry, you are possibly having to ship DG on a regular basis. DGIS can help save you time and money. DGIS is easy-to-use, validate you shipping data against the latest regulations, and makes your entire operation more efficient - reducing fines and delays. Get DGIS today and ship DG with confidence!
Let Labelmaster Services Help You Solve Your DG Problems
Get expert knowledge, years of experience and a healthy dose of peace of mind. From navigating ever-changing regulations to leveraging regulatory exceptions to giving practical customized advice, Labelmaster Services handles every detail for compliant, efficient and stress-free DG shipping.
Labelmaster Services helps you:
- Keep up with changing regulations, carrier policy changes, guidance/insights gleaned from regulatory bodies
- Increase confidence DG compliance across organization through site visits
- Gain compliance confidence in your operations should you be audited by the DOT or FAA
- Gain confidence that training content not only adheres to regulations but also ensures that outcomes add real business value
- Accurate and reliable parts identification and classification data to ensure safe and compliant DG shipping and handling
- Other services we offer include special permit applications, penalty remediation support, general regulation interpretations, on-premise oversight of DG packing & labeling, advise legal teams on violations/mediations, and act as a witness expert during legal proceedings
Labelmaster Transportation Resources
Your source for important industry information.
It's a challenge to keep up with all the do's and don'ts of DG shipping. But we're making it easier than ever to find the resources you want and get the answers you need. We've compiled the industry's most comprehensive set of information to help you stay compliant.
We have so many resources for our Transportation and Logistics Industry. Here is our top 10 transportation resources, then go see the full list of transportation resources.
Reverse logistics is conventional logistics in the opposite direction — goods moving from the customer back to the manufacturer or distributor. There are two types of reverse logistics: consumer returns to stores and store returns to the manufacturer or distributor.
Supply Chain Moves
To help companies keep a pulse on technology trends impacting business and the movement of Dangerous Goods throughout the supply chain, Labelmaster gathers "Supply Chain Moves", a weekly report linking the latest technology news to Dangerous Goods compliance.
Airbag inflators, airbag modules, and components are defined as 'Dangerous Goods' Class 9 and require special attention when shipping, this includes using hazmat labels and UN packaging. Make sure your airbags and components get to their destination without delay by ensuring these devices are properly packaged and labeled. You can do it and Labelmaster is here to help!
DOT Hazmat Labels, Placards, and Markings Guide
Labels, placards, and markings are indispensable compliance products. Adhering to stringent regulatory standards, Labelmaster offers a multitude of options designed to help you comply with hazmat regulations. Choosing the correct labels and placards is vital for the safe handling and shipping of hazardous materials.
Spacemaster Flip Placards
A flip placard is a metal placarding system that allows you to change the DOT placard legend. Some flip placard systems also allow you to change the UN ID numbers to match your dangerous goods - hazmat commodity. Self-contained, these aluminum alloy placard panels slide over easily on aluminum hinges and use strong secure clips to lock the panels in place during your haul.
Labelmaster has the original Placard Finder. Labelmaster has every placard you need for domestic and international shipments in stock or imprinted and shipped in three days. Labelmaster's Placard Finder helps you find the placards you need. Order you placards from Labelmaster today!
49 CFR Placard Regulations
49 CFR Parts 172.500-172.560 - Applicability of Placarding Requirements, Identification Numbers Displayed on Placards, General Placarding Requirements, Placarding for Subsidiary Hazards, Placarding for Highway and Rail, General Specifications for Placards, and more. Each bulk packaging, freight container, unit load device, transport vehicle or rail car containing any quantity of a hazardous material must be placarded on each side and each end with a placards.
Shipping Container-Truck Trailer Security Seal Guide
One tool often used in supply chain security programs is security seals. There are two primary types of shipping container seals indicative and barrier. These shipping container seals are typically used on ocean containers, rail cars and long-haul trucks.
DOT PHMSA Hazmat Registration
Offerors and transporters of certain quantities and types of hazardous materials, including hazardous wastes, are required to file an annual registration statement with the U.S. Department of Transportation and to pay a fee (see Title 49 CFR Part 107, Subpart G (107.601 - 107.620).
DOT PHMSA Hazmat Incident Reporting
Section 171.16 requires hazmat incidents to be reported through PHMSA within 30 days of the incident, and a follow-up written report within one year of the incident, based on certain circumstances, to be reported to PHMSA through the Hazardous Materials Incident Report Form DOT F 5800.1 (49 eCFR 171.16). The information collected on the report is used by PHMSA and other agencies to mitigate risk, analyze gaps, and enhance safety.
The Labelmaster Blog
Stay up-to-date on the latest transporation industry news.
For more than five decades, Labelmaster has been the go-to source for companies – big and small – to navigate and comply with the complex, ever-changing regulations that govern dangerous goods and hazardous materials. Labelmaster is your partner in keeping your business ahead of regulations and compliant every step of the way. The Labelmaster blog helps you keep up with constant changes in the regulatory landscape. That is why so many shipping managers, DG trainers and other hazmat pros subscribe.
Transportation/Logistics Industry News
- March 21, 2019: 19 reasons to sign up for the 2019 Dangerous Goods Symposium now
- March 18, 2019: DG Digest: USPS to require triple packaging for most liquids
- March 11, 2019: DG Digest: PHMSA harmonizes with ICAO on lithium battery transport
- March 8, 2019: DOT PHMSA Lithium Battery Interim Final Rule (IFR) Effective Immediately
- March 7, 2019: Hazmat pros—with HM-215O coming, how do you spell “harmonization?”
- February 7, 2019: Total value of compliance, Part 3: Creating new revenue from DG compliance
- January 31, 2019: Total value of compliance, Part 2: What do compliance gaps actually cost you?
- January 24, 2019: Total value of compliance, Part 1: Assessing your hazmat processes and procurement
- January 3, 2019: 10 must-have items for hazmat shipping when your eyelashes freeze