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Show employees what information SDS must include to comply with OSHA and GHS requirements.
Have your facility and workplace be compliant with national and global agencies to inform
Raise your safety awareness to new heights while reducing lost time incidents.
Aid facilities in complying with the training standards of OSHA's adopted GHS regulations.
Each individual number represents the level of the hazard being identified on the placard.
Informs all personnel about the environmental hazards associated to the chemicals at hand.
Remove confusion about the GHS symbols from your workforce with these posters.
Individual numbers used for a 15-in. NFPA placard help display chemical classifications.
Design OSHA and GHS compliant labels, with or without DOT graphics, specific to your needs
Keep a visual reminder of GHS pictogram requirements close at hand.
A quick reference to the NFPA hazard classification codes along with storage for SDS.
Effectively mark containers that are on hold and keep personnel from tampering with it.
Inform of hazardous products and use GHS regulations to easily convey the message.
Warn of hazardous materials by utilizing GHS techniques and regulations.
Mark all barrels, drums, or containers that contain used oil by applying this label.
Effective in labeling drums to identify contents that are hazardous for handling.
Ensure that all used lamps are stored in the proper location and receptacle.
Properly and effectively mark containers that contain drained and used oil filters.
Comply with federal law and properly dispose of hazardous materials.
Mark Hazardous waste with a quality label and ensure waste is disposed of properly.
Properly mark your receptacles as designated used batteries containers.
Individual numbers used for a 24-in. NFPA placard help display chemical classifications.
Restrict smoking and eating to protect employees from accidental lead poisoning.
Individual numbers used for a 6-in. NFPA placard help display chemical classifications.