DOT label

DOT la·bel

(lā'bĕl)
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.
When a cylinder is delivered, it should have content identification, a DOT label, a valve-protection cap, and dust plug in place.
A problem arises with a novelty helmet when its manufacturer or distributor encloses or offers a DOT label separately for the consumer to place on the back of the helmet.
A DOT label must be affixed to the center, lower back of each approved helmet.
And having a biologically compatible quantum dot label also lets us further explore in vivo assays, following cells inside living organism to get a new understanding of life.
If the container holding the chemical product and the shipping package are same (single packaging), both OSHA and DOT labels may be required.
ACA underscored the obvious problem that occurs when a container holding the chemical product and the shipping package are the same (single packaging) as 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.
Some of the terms include Mylar labels, NHTSA labels, DOT labels, antitheft labels, VIN labels, high-theft line labels, and automobile tails.