Like any other workplace, laboratories require organization and consistent labels to ensure safety. These labels should be resistant to water, oil, acid, and extreme temperatures in order to hold up to the unique environment. They also should bond well to a variety of materials and have a finished and professional look. Labels such as autoclave paper and other specialized laboratory supply are specifically designed to be used on bags, bottles, vials, test tubes, slides, and other laboratory equipment.
LabelSuite™ contains an extensive library that makes it easy to find labels designed for laboratory equipment. It also includes a GHS Label Assistant, so you can mark chemicals according to GHS standards.Learn more about LabelSuite™
Investing in a LabelTac® printer brings many benefits to your laboratory. LabelTac® labels stand up to extreme conditions and are resistant to water, chemicals, and oils. They won’t fade or smear over time, and you can create ones for test tubes and vials that are completely GHS compliant.Shop all LabelTac® Printer Bundles
This simple chart explains the meaning behind each of the colors commonly found on OSHA-mandated signs, making it quick and easy for employees to determine where hazards are located and how best to avoid accidents.
This Hazard Communication guide explains the recent updates to OSHA’s HazCom standard, which now aligns with GHS. Find out what your chemical labels should look like, what information is required on labels, and methods for creating labels for your business.
A guide to marking your facility according to OSHA and ANSI requirements.
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