A Guide to GHS Pictograms

6 min read A compliant GHS label has all six required components: contact information, product identifier, a signal word, hazard statement(s), precautionary statement(s), and hazard pictogram(s). Pictograms graphically represent a chemical’s hazards. The GHS pictograms used for packaging labels are built out of two elements: a red diamond and a black image. The space between these two elements should be white. GHS Pictograms for Packaging  When chemicals are shipped in boxes or other larger containers, these 9 GHS …

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Five Quick Hazard Communication Improvements

Hazard Communication

4 min read There are many times when a facility will take on major projects that are meant to make significant improvements toward a set goal. While these are a great and necessary thing, it can be equally beneficial to try to make improvements in a quick and simple way. If you want to improve your facilities hazard communications, for example, you may want to implement one or all of these great techniques. They are all fairly simple …

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