MSDS Labels quickly inform users of the hazard level associated with a certain chemical. According to the Hazard Communication Standard (HCS), chemical manufacturers, distributors, and importers must provide Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS), for each hazardous chemical. These sheets are informative and thorough, but sometimes there isn’t time to read; therefore, informative labels that describe health effects of exposure, level of risk involved with chemical, and emergency procedures in event of exposure are so crucial to a facility’s safety.
The MSDS labeling system is now defunct; OSHA now requires that companies comply with GHS labeling systems, and our labels follow those guidelines.
Our chemical-warning labels serve the purpose the Hazard Communication Standard was intended for: to effectively and quickly communicate the hazard level of chemicals to users.
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