Facilities that use hazardous chemicals need labels that reflect the Globally Harmonized System (GHS) standard for chemical labeling, which was adopted by OSHA and become mandatory in the U.S. in 2016. Therefore, if your business uses hazardous chemicals, then you’ll need to equip these chemicals with GHS labels. Per OSHA’s HazCom standard, our labels contain 6 key elements:

1.)   Chemical name

2.)   Signal word

3.)   Hazard pictogram

4.)   Hazard Disclaimer

5.)   Precautionary/first aid directions

6.)   Manufacturer’s contact info

Our labels were designed to endure water, chemicals, abrasions, and fading. Most labels are made using our LabelTac® industrial label printers, which just happen to be the toughest, most durable printers on the planet.

Need custom GHS Labels? No problem. Contact us! Give us a call at 1-866-777-1360 and we’ll be happy to help.

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