Identify the types of hazardous materials being transported in a vehicle to comply with Department of Transportation (DOT) regulations and encourage safe driving around the shipment.
Use these placards when transporting explosive substances, such as igniters, fireworks, flares, primers, and airbag inflators.
Transport compressed gases, liquefied gases, or gases that have been dissolved under pressure, including aerosols, lighters, and fire extinguishers.
Display these placards on vehicles carrying flammable liquids, such as gasoline, alcohol, kerosene, ethanol, and paints.
Indicate when vehicles are transporting flammable solids, such as matches, carbon, metal powders, and oily fabrics.
Mark oxidizers such as chemical oxygen generators, chlorates, nitrates, and hydrogen peroxide by displaying signage that communicates the unstable, combustible nature of these materials.
Identify vehicles that are carrying medical waste, acids, pesticides, dyes, and other poisons or infectious substances.
Mark transport vehicles with radioactive materials, such as yellowcake, medical isotopes, density gauges, and mixed fission products.
These placards identify vehicles that are transporting corrosive substances that can dissolve organic tissue or corrode metals.
The symbols on these placards convey warnings about hazardous substances in transit that are not defined by other classes, including dry ice and asbestos.
Display these placards when transporting non-bulk packages with two or more hazardous material categories.
Commonly used on cargo tanks and carriers, these sets include a durable, weather-resistant holder with multiple self-contained placards.