Hazard Warning Labels

Hazard Warning Labels

Below is our range of hazard warning labels which we supply covering a number of different hazards.  These hazard warning labels are split into separate classes of hazards and there are a number of different hazards within those classes. 

Class one hazards are related to a substance or article that carries a danger of explosion.  Class two covers hazardous gases that might for example be flammable.  Class three hazards are liquids that are flammable.  Class four hazards are then split into the categories of 4.1 which are flammable solids, 4.2 which are substances that are liable to spontaneously combust and 4.3 which when contact with water emit a flammable gas.  Class five hazards included 5.1 which are oxidising substances and 5.2 which are oxidising peroxides.  Class six hazards include 6.1 which are toxic substances and 6.2 which are infectious substances.  Class seven hazards include radioactive materials.  Class eight are corrosive substances.  Class nine include any miscellaneous dangers.  Finally also within the range of hazard warning labels there are the hazards that are environmentally hazardous or are a marine pollutant.