Placards to comply with DOT, TDG, and IMO regulations
DOT, TDG, and IMDG-regulated placards to comply with the transportation of hazardous materials / dangerous goods.
US (DOT 49 CFR), Canadian (TDG), and international regulations require that certain materials and substances be correctly identified during transport. We provide placards in several materials including tagboard, rigid vinyl and removable or permanent self-stick vinyl. All placards are regulation size at 273 mm x 273 mm, and comply with all applicable regulations.
To supplement our placards, we offer a variety of accessories including placard holders, orange panels for identifying UN numbers, numbering kits, and rail placards.
Get answers to common questions on our Placarding FAQs page.
- Screen Printed Self-Stick Vinyl – Removable
These screen-printed, vinyl placards have an adhesive backing that adheres well to most surfaces, but permits reasonably clean peel-off and removal at destination. Generally used when removal of placards from containers and equipment is required.
- Screen Printed Self-Stick Vinyl – Permanent
These screen-printed, vinyl placards are commonly used on dedicated vehicles and do not require a placard holder. Permanent self-adhesive placards are durable and weather resistant with a permanent adhesive backing for a lasting use on trucks, equipment, tanks, and containers. These placards have a 5 year outdoor life.
- Screen Printed Rigid Vinyl
These screen-printed rigid vinyl placards are very durable, weather and fade resistant. Rigid plastic placards are long lasting and commonly used on dedicated fleets, for severe weather exposure, and where the return of the placard is probable. Generally used with a placard holder. These placards have a 5 year outdoor life.
These non-adhesive placards are manufactured from wax coated board material. Tagboard placards are very economical and are commonly used when return of the placard is not possible. These placards are guaranteed to last up to 60 days in all weather conditions. Generally used with a placard holder.