The Globally Harmonized System (GHS) of labeling is an internationally agreed-upon system, created as a way to bring consistent labeling of chemical regulations and standards of different countries, to a global level. All chemical manufacturers, importers, and distributors must ensure that each container of hazardous chemical leaving the workplace is labeled, tagged, or marked - per OSHA guidelines. Providing particular information about the hazard of your chemical is extremely important - people on the road depend on it!

The required elements that need to go on the GHS label are: product identifier, signal word, pictograms, hazard statements, precautionary statements, and supplier identification. Ensure all your employees are provided with GHS training and clearly understand the critical hazardous information printed on the GHS sign or label. Mount GHS Posters in centralized locations throughout your facility to show employees guidelines at a glance.

Use GHS labels and signs to communicate critical chemical information. Ensure all employees can easily access Hazardous Materials and Safety Data Sheets with SDS Binders and SDS Centers. Keep your employees informed and safe with GHS products.

For more information read GHS brochure.