When you use GHS and DOT compliant labels, you automatically improve your hazard communication, reduce liability, and lower labeling costs.
What You Need To Know About GHS Compliant Labels
As of June 1, 2015, all chemical drum labels must comply with OSHA’s new standards outlined in the HazCom2012 Final rule. These rule changes bring the Hazard Communication Standard (HCS) in alignment with the Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labeling of Chemicals (GHS).
Drum labels must now be labeled with “very specific elements, including pictograms, signal words, and various hazard and precautionary statements” to be considered OSHA compliant labels.
To ensure that our operations are fully GHS compliant, Brandywine has partnered with an environmental, health and safety consulting group to offer GHS classifications, SDS authoring and label design services.
GHS Label Services:
- Development of GHS Compliant label templates for hazard groups
- Creation of product-specific chemical packaging labels
- Review and updating of specific product labels
With our comprehensive Content Review service, Brandywine can help you design and produce GHS-compliant labels based on your updated Safety Data Sheets. We can help you to extract and communicate the appropriate information for your GHS, WHMIS, OSHA, EU and DOT compliant labels using our proprietary label templates.
Let us develop GHS-compliant label content for your hazard communication program. Our expert staff of EH&S professionals understand your compliance-driven requirements. We are committed to supplying the necessary resources to meet your business and regulatory needs.
Start With Our Complimentary Label Audit
Not sure that your current labels are GHS compliant? If you’d like to learn the status of your labels, what needs to be changed so they’re fully GHS compliant, and how much that costs, our professional sales consultants will give you a comprehensive audit of your existing GHS product labels. And, it’s on us.