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Just to make life a little easier for you the buyer, we thought we would write a short step-by-guide that tells you all you need to know about buying labels from our website. So without further ado…

1. The first thing you are going to need to decide is what kind of label you are looking for. This greatly depends on the type of sector you are in, and just where it is you are going to be placing the labels.

2. The next step depends entirely on what type of label you have chosen – if you have chosen one of our existing label designs, you are good to go. If, on the other hand, you have chosen a customised label, it is then your choice to design exactly what you want the label to say.

3. If you have chosen to customise your own label you will get the chance to do so using our label-builder, and you can even see on-screen exactly what your label will look like.

4. After that, you simply have to decide on the size and quantity of the labels you are purchasing. The larger the quantity you purchase, the cheaper price per label, so it really does make sense to buy in bulk.

5. And that’s pretty much it; we’ll send over your shiny, new, high-quality labels straight to you, and ready for sticking!

If you’re in a company that sends out a lot of parcels, you may be interested to learn that we stock a wide range of high-quality packaging labels. When sending out heavy, fragile, or multiple deliveries, it pays to inform the recipient exactly what they’re dealing with, so they avoid breakages, mishandling, or any other misdemeanours along the way.

Our packaging labels are seriously high quality – which is important, as if you are taking the time to inform users about your parcel, the last thing you want is a label that is easily damaged, or even worse, one that falls off!

Luckily for you, at Label Source our packaging labels are all made using a self-adhesive vinyl – so take it from us, they’re not going anywhere. On top of that, we make sure that all of our labels are text-based, as even seemingly-obvious pictograms can sometimes be misleading. And as all of our labels come in rolls of 500 you’ll have plenty to go around.

If you like the cut of our jib, and you fancy bagging yourselves a reputable label supplier, Label Source is the name you have to remember!

If you need to cordon off areas, for safety or operational purposes, Label Source has an extensive range of non adhesive barrier tapes to do the job, and to ensure the safety of your workforce, contractors and the general public.

These high visibility tapes have printed messages, repeated along the length, and can be used to identify hazards or dangers during maintenance, servicing, works or construction. Including in the range are options for risks from electricity, use of chemicals, asbestos, and radiation, together with the need to use personal protective equipment.

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When you need to mark hazardous goods or dangerous substances, to ensure safety in the workplace, and protection of the environment, choose from our extensive product range. Label Source has numerous, suitable health and safety signs and labels, complying with the latest legislation, international regulations and best practice.

Hazard warning labels on oil drums

Whether you handle, process, store or transport hazardous materials in either solid, liquid or gaseous form, it is essential to clearly identify the contents, to protect workers, the emergency services and the general public.

Spills, incidents or accidents can result in injuries, ranging from minor to death, from explosions, fire and chemical burns from dangerous goods. These substances have been classified by the United Nations, and appear in a range of legislation including COSHH (Control of substances hazardous to health), GHS (Global harmonised system of classification) and CLP (Classifying, labelling and packaging regulations).

Therefore, our ranges of labels and signs are suitable for marking chemicals stored in bulk containers, pressure receptacles, tanks, drums, canisters and dispensing equipment, as well as production, storage and handling areas. Workers can be made aware of the risks from the hazardous goods and dangerous substances, such as toxic, corrosive, explosive, oxidising, flammable, irritants and hazards to human health and the environment.