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Hazard class labels – ADR and IMO

Dangerous goods labels: ADR and IMO

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Hazard class labels

LeghornGroup specialized in IMO and ADR hazardous goods labels and packaging solutions for dangerous goods transportation industry. We have a wide range of hazard warning diamonds (Haz-Chem Labels) which are typically available in 48 hours from the order.

These ADR and IMO adhesive hazard class labels include all classes of hazard and flammability, Environmentally Hazardous labels and those related to the danger to marine pollution according to IMDG regulations.

Dangerous goods are divided into nine hazard classes.
Hazard classes define the type of hazard associated with goods.
Many goods fall into more than one class of danger.

 

TECHNICAL DRAWING

hazard imo labels technical drawing

 

Here below the classes of Hazard labels:

hazard dangerous goods imo labels

hazard dangerous goods imo labels

The International Maritime Dangerous Goods Code (IMDG Code) establishes the package applicable conditions for the safe transport of marine hazardous and polluting goods (including tanks/tank containers) and bulk solids.
Vehicles carrying dangerous goods on ferries (both international routes and in UK waters, e.g. to and from islands) must meet the requirements of the IMDG Code.

On the basis of the Un Orange Book Model Regulations, the IMDG Code is published by the International maritime Organisation (IMO) and is revised every two years.

 

EXAMPLES OF USE

Examples of hazard class labels

Once dangerous goods are transported via container by sea must have the correct hazard class label. The container must be labeled as required by the IMDG regulation for maritime transport.
Here below some useful examples of the correct labeling.

EXAMPLE 1

hazard imo labels container Example 1 a
Dangerous goods: Limited quantity.
For Limited Quantity goods which are also dangerous for the environment, the mark of marine pollutant is no longer required.
hazard imo labels container Example 1 b
Dangerous goods: Container loaded with dangerous goods for the environment with UN number 3082 in quantities greater than 4000 kg of gross mass.
hazard imo labels container Example 1 c
Dangerous goods: Container loaded with class 1 goods
For goods of class 1 the UN number is not required whatever the quantity transported.

EXAMPLE 2

hazard imo labels container Example 2 a
Dangerous goods:
Container with goods belonging to the same class (in this example class 3) but with a different UN number
Or goods with the same UN number but in quantities less than 4,000 kg.
hazard imo labels container Example 2 b
Dangerous goods:
Container loaded with goods having the same UN number (in this example UN1266)
but in quantities greater than 4000 kg of gross mass.
hazard imo labels container Example 2 c
Dangerous goods:
Container loaded with goods having the same UN number (in this example UN1266)
but in quantities greater than 4000 kg of gross mass.

EXAMPLE 3

hazard imo labels container Example 3 a
Dangerous goods:
Containers with goods of different class, or with goods having a secondary risk.
Here, for example with goods class 3, 8 and 9.
hazard imo labels container Example 3 b
Dangerous goods:
Containers with Marine Pollutant goods that do not correspond to UN numbers 3077 and 3082.
In this example the container contains organic peroxides dangerous for the environment.
hazard imo labels container Example 3 c
Dangerous goods:
Container loaded with goods under fumigation.
(UN number 3359).

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hazard imo labels examples of use

hazard imo labels examples of use

hazard imo labels examples of use

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