GHS Labeling

OSHA updated its Hazard Communication Standard in 2012 to align with the international Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labeling of Chemicals. This means employers must update the labels on their hazardous chemical containers to comply with these new regulations. A lot has changed, but with the right tools you can make labeling your chemicals a manageable task. To get started, take a look at our free GHS Labeling Guide for information about the new standards and implementing a new labeling system.

Once you know what labels you need, browse below to find custom labels, label printing systems, and more, plus tools for educating your workforce about chemical safety.

Free GHS Labeling Guide

Learn about the new GHS system
and how-to create compliant GHS
labels.

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GHS Label Printers

GHS Label Printers

Print your own durable GHS labels.  

Choose from our family of LabelTac® printers and create as many GHS labels as you need. A simple solution for making new HazCom-compliant labels in house and on demand. Included software provides helpful label creation templates.

Blank GHS Label Supplies

Blank GHS Label Supplies

For LabelTac® Printers.  

Print the custom labels you need for chemical containers with blank GHS label supply. Pre-printed red diamonds allow you to add the GHS pictograms required for your application and then print the labels with your LabelTac® printer.

Custom GHS Labels

Custom GHS Labels

Submit your SDSs and we print for you.  

A practical way to get the GHS labels you need, especially if you don’t require large quantities of labels. Let us know what chemicals you want to label, and we’ll make sure you get compliant labels delivered to your door.

Pictogram Stickers

Pictogram Stickers

Mark chemicals with GHS pictograms.  

Rolls of stickers are available for all 9 GHS hazard pictograms. Add these pictograms to your hazardous chemical container labels.

GHS Posters

GHS Posters

Make GHS easy to understand.  

Use GHS posters in your facility to help educate your workforce about the new requirements. These posters also serve as an ongoing reference for topics such as pictograms, labeling, and more.

Learn about the new GHS system
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