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Regulation limited quality labels

Easy-to-view labels compliant with IATA safety regulations

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From: £2.05 ex. VAT ( £2.46 inc. VAT)
  • Simple adhesive sticks to a variety of surfaces
  • Clear and bold text is easy to see
  • Effective way to label packages

Many items in a working environment need to be packaged and marked if they are potentially dangerous to staff and others handling them. Our limited quantity labels are a quick and simple way to mark packages that contain hazardous substances and are being shipped under limited quantity exceptions.

Our limited quantity labels, also known as hazardous contents labels, limited quantity stickers and dangerous package stickers, are made from a high quality self-adhesive vinyl material. It is simple to use each of the labels; the backing can be easily removed to reveal the adhesive on the backs of their surfaces. The surfaces of our limited quality labels are fully water resistant and can withstand various conditions, whether indoors and outdoors. Their strong adhesive also means they won’t peel off easily while in transit, or if knocked.

The labels have a smooth and flexible surface, meaning that they can be pressed on to a number of different package surfaces with a reliable hold. Sometimes, it is necessary to transport safety labels with items that are due to be packaged and shipped. An alternative solution is our vinyl safety labels on a roll, which can be cut separately for easy application.

To create a safe working environment, there are a number of dangerous and hazardous items that should be labelled appropriately in order to warn staff and prevent accident and injury. We stock a range of safety labels; another popular and useful label in such environments is the corrosive 8 hazard warning diamond, which can be stuck on to a range of packages and surfaces.

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