GHS Labeling

Are your chemicals compliant with the Globally Harmonized System (GHS)?

New OSHA standards are now in effect for all businesses. Learn more about the requirements.

The OSHA-mandated system for classifying and labeling chemicals impacts any company that produces, ships or uses hazardous chemicals. Ensure chemical labels comply with GHS by using the correct labeling. The final deadline was June 1, 2016 for workplaces to update labels on secondary chemical containers.

Avery makes it easy with UltraDuty Labels, free GHS software and your existing desktop printer.

Key Features of the Avery® Brand GHS Labels:

  • Waterproof and resistant to chemicals, abrasion, UV, water, tearing and extreme temperatures
  • BS5609 Sec. 2 certified - waterproof label remains adhered for at least 90 days in seawater
  • BS5609 Sec. 3 certified - click here for details and approved printers
  • Works on metal, plastic, painted surfaces, fiber, polycarbonate, glass and more
  • Additional uses include warning labels and signs, inspection and other HazCom and HazMat labels

Avery Design & Print GHS Wizard

Get step-by-step instructions to create GHS labels based on the Safety Data Sheet (SDS).

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