Comply with latest GHS Regulations with this new range of ghs labels also referred to as warning diamonds. External grade ghs labels are supplied on rolls. GHS is the new Globally Harmonized System of classification and identification of chemicals. GHS came into effect in January 2009 and will replace the current CHIP regulation by June 2015, gradually phasing out the existing orange and black labels. The aim of the new GHS regulation is to create a worldwide recognizable system of chemical classification and labelling.
Corrosive Material GHS Label - This warning label is used when the chemical is a corrosive material which may cause burns to the skin or permanent eye damage. It may corrode metals.
Explosive Hazard GHS Label - This warning label can be used when a substance if exposed to fire, shock, friction or heat has to potential to explode.
Flammable Substance GHS Label - This warning label indicates that the product may be flammable if exposed to ignition sources, a spark or heat. *Some substances with this symbol may give off flammable gasses in contact with water.
Irritant GHS Warning Label - This label advises the intended product may cause irritation (rash or redness) or less serious toxicity. The product may also cause damage to the ozone layer.
Oxidising GHS Label - This label poses the warning the chemical can burn even without air, or can intensify a fire in combustible materials.
Toxic Materials GHS Label - This label advises of a toxic material hazard which may cause life threatening effects even in small amounts and with short exposure.
Environmental GHS Labels - This GHS warning label advises the product could be toxic to aquatic organisms and may cause long lasting effects in the environment.
Health Hazard GHS Label - This hazard label warns of serious and prolonged health effects on short or long term exposure of a substance.
Compressed Gas Label - This label advises of contents containing gas under pressure. Gas released may be very cold and Gas container may explode if heated.