DOT label

DOT la·bel

The U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) label shows the type of hazard, the U.N. hazard class number, and an identifying number.
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The DOT label on helmets constitutes the manufacturer's certification that the helmet conforms to the federal standard.
Pro-Europe was the general licensor of the Green Dot label and now functions as the leading voice and common policy platform for the sector.
This lettering is often referred to as a "DOT label" or "DOT sticker." If a manufacturer sells a helmet certified as meeting the FMVSS standard and NHTSA discovers the helmet does not, NHTSA conducts an investigation that can result in the manufacturer's having to recall the helmets in question.
A DOT label must be affixed to the center, lower back of each approved helmet.
The student said they also had the red dot labeled Taipei, changed to black, demoting it from a capital city of a country, to a mere city in a province of China.
* If the container holding the chemical product and the shipping package are same (single packaging), both OSHA and DOT labels may be required.
Besides GHS compliant labels, the software is also capable of printing other safety labels such as ANSI, OSHA, NFPA and DOT labels.
Overall, in contrast to some reports that have revealed the negative effects of the CdSe/ZnS quantum dot labels or Feridex tracers on the MSCs' differentiation capacity [25, 26], DiD had no effects on the mice MSCs differentiation.
Work has ranged from torn paper randomly dumped into a pile, to clumps of crafts sticks methodically taped together; and from a single drawn dot labeled "Me," to numerous little drawings scattered and taped around a large piece of paper.
Some of the terms include Mylar labels, NHTSA labels, DOT labels, antitheft labels, VIN labels, high-theft line labels, and automobile tails.