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Sodium Hypochlorite (liquid Bleach)Chemical Label: NFPA Design

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Sodium Silicate NFPA Chemical Hazard Label
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Make important safety details your first priority. Mark Sodium Hypochlorite (liquid Bleach) with bright NFPA compliant labels that alert & inform workers of possible hazards.
 

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Good idea Art. My drums are labeled but once it's transferred... nothing. All it takes is one disgruntled employee.



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Disgruntled or mentally deficient
Too many of the latter

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Its always good to label all your tanks. The DOT can be a real pain in the azz if the pull you over. Big time fines for un-labled tanks.



-- Edited by Art O on Saturday 23rd of January 2016 08:23:34 AM

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I agree it's probably prudent to label the tanks. I do admit though I'm concerned about displaying the ingredients to the customers. Just as I have, I'm sure you have the occasional curious homeowner examining the rig while watching the process.

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Dave O wrote:

I agree it's probably prudent to label the tanks. I do admit though I'm concerned about displaying the ingredients to the customers. Just as I have, I'm sure you have the occasional curious homeowner examining the rig while watching the process.


I have no problem telling my customers what we are using. Usually, they already know what we are using from the quote process and by the time we get there, they have few questions. If they were to see a tanks correctly labeled and asked questions, we would just explain that it is there to keep us out of trouble with DOT, EPA, and who knows who else. Also, it helps with any confusion with employees. I also think it would show that we are trying to do the right thing.

 



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That's a great idea. I should put labels on my tanks as well.

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Art O wrote:

Its always good to label all your tanks. The DOT can be a real pain in the azz if the pull you over. Big time fines for un-labled tanks.



-- Edited by Art O on Saturday 23rd of January 2016 08:23:34 AM


 True, that's why labeling the 119 gal. Mark and putting "MAX FILL" is prudent,  let's DOT know you know the regulations.

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