Federal regulation 49 CFR 172.301 requires an updated format for Hazardous Waste Marking and Communication. In case you haven’t already noticed, HCL Labels recently updated the artwork on all of our hazardous waste storage, shipping, and identification labels. The old format contains a larger box at the bottom of the label. This update has taken…… Continue reading 2018 Hazardous Waste Format – Regulatory Update
You can now speak with an HCL representative at any time during regular business hours! At HCL Labels, we take steps every day in simplifying our customer experience on our website. We’ve added a live chat feature to our website that allows HCL representatives to be available to you at any time during regular business…… Continue reading Introducing: New Live Chat Feature on www.hclco.com
Even the largest online library of hazcom labels might not have exactly what you need. For this reason, HCL has recognized our digital printing capabilities and created a simple custom process.
A collection of product and company reviews from our loyal HCL Labels customers. -Ron from Las Vegas “Big fan of HCL! Always have what I want, and the custom process is quick. The staff is friendly and helpful and quick to respond. Wouldn’t go anywhere else for compliance labels.” -Natasha from Chicago “Looking for a…… Continue reading Customer Reviews: Part 2
HCL Labels, Inc. offers the largest online library of hazard communication labels to outfit your entire work facility! Our hazcom label library consists of over 50,000 labels and variations. We produce GHS chemical, department of transportation (DOT), ANSI, NFPA, waste, lab, & workplace safety labels, signs, and tags. Let HCL Labels, Inc. out fit your…… Continue reading The Largest Online Library of HazCom Labels-Out Fit Your Entire Facility Today!
HCL will dive into the FMCSA 49 CFR subpart E Part 172 about labeling and marking regulations when shipping hazardous materials. The Department of Transportation (DOT) has set forth a series of strict shipping and marking regulations that transporters must comply with. To put it simply, any person that is transporting hazardous materials must ensure…… Continue reading Department of Transportation (DOT) Labeling Regulations
All hazardous waste needs to be properly labeled. There are certain requirements set by both the DOT and the EPA for the marking of hazardous waste containers before and during shipment. Generators of hazardous waste may keep hazardous waste on site as long as they follow the rules in 40 CFR part 262, subpart C (1).…… Continue reading Labeling Hazardous Waste