Right-to-Know Labels

Right to Know Labels (RTK Labels)

Right To Know Shipping and Handling Labels

NFPA Shipping and Handling Labels

The Hazard Communication Standard mandates that all containers or hazardous material be labeled with an appropriate warning. While the warning does not have to include all of the information contained on the MSDS, it does have to convey through information to tell the user the name of the chemicals, the name and address of the manufacturer, the type of hazard that exists, how to properly handle the chemical or type of protective equipment necessary and possible specific damage (i.e lung damage). The most popular label systems use a number rating and color code for the three areas HEALTH (blue), FLAMMABILITY (red) and REACTIVITY (Yellow) and an ALPHBETICAL rating for the type of personal protective equipment to use.

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  • RTK101 Right To Know Labels

    Right To Know Labels $16.88

    Size : 2″ x 1″  rolls of 500

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    Size : 2″ x 1″  rolls of 500

    500

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  • RTK1100 Right To Know Labels

    RTK1100 Vinyl Right To Know Labels Size 8x 8 100 Labels Per Pack $59.88

    Vinyl 8 x 8 packs of 100 sheeted labels

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    Vinyl 8 x 8 packs of 100 sheeted labels

    100

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  • RTK202 Right To Know Labels

    Right To Know Labels $17.45

    Size : 2″ x 2″  rolls of 500

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    Size : 2″ x 2″  rolls of 500

    500

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  • RTK203 NFPA Labels

    RTK203 Health Fire Hazard Labels 2 x 2 Rolls of 500 $17.45

    2″ x 2″ rolls of 500

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    2″ x 2″ rolls of 500

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  • RTK204 Right To Know Labels

    RTK204 chemical common name labels 1 x 3 rolls of 500 $17.45

    1″ x 3″ rolls of 500

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    1″ x 3″ rolls of 500

    1" x 3"

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  • RTK302 Right To Know Labels Vinyl

    RTK302 Vinyl Right To Know Labels $37.29

    RTK302 Vinyl rolls of 5090

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    RTK302 Vinyl rolls of 5090

    500

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  • RTK401 NFPA Labels

    RTK401 Fire/Health Hazard Labels Size 4 x 4 Rolls of 500 $33.66

    4″ x 4″ rolls of 500

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    4″ x 4″ rolls of 500

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  • RTK402 Right To Know Labels

    4 x 4 Right To Know Labels $33.66

    Size 4 x 4 rolls of 500

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    Size 4 x 4 rolls of 500

    500

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  • RTK501 NFPA Labels Vinyl

    Right To Know Shipping and Handling Labels $58.79

    4″ x 4′ Vinyl rolls of 500

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    4″ x 4′ Vinyl rolls of 500

    500

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  • RTK502 Right To Know Labels

    RTK502 Viyl Right To Know 4 x 4 Labels Rolls of 500 $58.79

    Size 4 x 4 rolls of 500

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    Size 4 x 4 rolls of 500

    500

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  • RTK602 Right To Know Labels

    RTK602 Right To Know Labels 6 x 4 Sold in Packs of 100 $9.89

    6″ x 4″ Sheeted Pack of 100

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    6″ x 4″ Sheeted Pack of 100

    100

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  • RTK701 NFPA Labels

    RTK-701 4" x 6" NFPA, Label, $16.26

    4″ x 6″ Vinyl 100 sheets per pack.

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    4″ x 6″ Vinyl 100 sheets per pack.

    100

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RTK The Hazard Communication Standard specifically mandates that all containers of hazardous material be labeled with an appropriate
warning. While this warning does not have to include all of the information contained on the MSDS, it does have to convey enough
information to tell the user the name of the chemical, the name and address of the manufacturer, the type of hazard that exists, how
to properly handle the chemical or type of protective equipment necessary, and possible specific damage (i.e. lung damage).
The most popular label systems use a number rating and color coding for the three areas of HEALTH (blue), FLAMMABILITY (red), and
REACTIVITY (yellow), and an ALPHABETICAL rating for the type of personal protective equipment to use.

NFPA The National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) has developed a coding system that is useful in safeguarding those involved in fire prevention and control. The NFPA uses color coded hazard areas: FIRE (red), INSTABILITY (yellow), SPECIFIC (white), and HEALTH (blue). These labels are useful in identifying materials whose fire hazard is not readily apparent

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