GHS Regulations fully enforced from 1st June 2015
The GHS (Globally Harmonised System of Classification and Labelling of Chemicals) aims to create a clear, globalised system of dangerous substance identification. The old ‘orange’ style labels must be replaced with the new GHS approved red-framed pictograms for the identification of hazardous substances. From 1st June 2015, the regulations will be fully enforced.
New pictograms with a white background are replacing the orange ones in the EU. From 1 June 2015 companies are required to classify and label both substances and mixtures according to the CLP Regulation. Make sure you learn what the labels mean and read the instructions to ensure safe use.
We stock GHS labels in to help you identify hazardous substances correctly.
If you require these signs contact us.
GHS hazard pictograms
Find this helpful?
Signup to our email notifications to receive alerts when we publish new blogs. We promise not to spam your inbox, you will just get a short snappy intro to Health and Safety blogs we think you will love.