LABELS USED IN SHIPPING U N 4G/CLASS 6.2/2004 CAN/8.2 SAF-T-PAK UN SPECIFICATION MARK (Not a label but marking on box) This represents the type of packaging, the class, year made, authorizing agency, and manufacturer. Each 602 –shipping container must bear the UN SPECIFICATION MARK. Carrier must not accept packages without this mark. ORIENTATION LABELS Two needed on Infectious Substances, not required on Diagnostic Specimens. Place on opposite sides of box adjacent to address side. Sender:____________________ __________________________ __________________________ Ph:_______________________ SHIPPER INFORMATION LABEL Place in upper left hand quadrant of box. Receiver:___________________ ___________________________ ___________________________ PH::_______________________ RECEIVER INFORMATION LABEL Place below sender label in upper left hand quadrant of box. Person Responsible NAME: PNONE: PERSON RESPONSIBLE LABEL Must be used with Infectious Substances shipments but can be used with Diagnostic Specimens shipments. Place below the Sender/Receiver Labels. DIAGNOSTIC SPECIMEN LABEL Used for shipping Diagnostic Specimens Place below Sender/Receiver Labels. DIAGNOSTIC SPECIMENS DIAGNOSTIC SPECIMENS TEXT LABEL Used with Diagnostic Specimens shipments, place below Diagnostic Specimens Label. SHIPPERS DOCUMENTS (AIRWAY BILL) NOT A LABEL BUT LOCATION ON TOP OF BOX FOR DOCUMENTS NECESSARY FOR SHIPMENT. Infectious Substances requires a shipper’s declaration & airway bill. Diagnostic Specimens requires only an airway bill. CLASS 6 LABEL Must be used with Infectious Substances shipments. Place in upper right quadrant of box. Label must be 4” square. UN #### Proper Shipping Name (Technical Name) Quantity _____ml/g PROPER SHIPPIING NAME LABEL Must be used with Infectious Substances. Use appropriate shipping name, technical name and UN #. Place adjacent (left) to Class 6 label. CLASS 9 (MISCELLANEOUS) DANGEROUS GOODS LABEL Used only when shipping with Dry Ice. Place in lower right quadrant quadrant of box. Place on same side of box as Class 6 label if possible. UN 1845 DRY ICE NET WT DRY ICE LABEL Used when shipping with Dry Ice. Quantity (in kg) of Dry Ice must be written on label. Place adjacent to Class 9 label. “DANGER” DO NOT LOAD IN PASSENGER AIRCRAFT LABEL Placed on packages that must be shipped only by cargo aircraft according to 49CFR172.101&IATA DGR.. OVERPACK OVERPACK LABEL For convenience and lower costs, one or more complete packages may be shipped in a single box (an “overpack”). Each package in the overpack must be a complete package properly prepared and labeled according to applicable IATA regulations. The “overpack label” must be clearly visible on the package.
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