Chemical Right-to-Know, HazMat and Hazardous Waste Labels have never been more important. Every day, over one million people handle hazardous chemicals in their workplaces. Every year, almost 5% of workers suffer chemical exposures that cause temporary symptoms, permanent injury, debilitating illness, or, even, death. To protect workers from such exposures, in 1983 OSHA issued its HCS (Hazard Communication Standard), 29 CFR §1910.1200, which provides workers with the right to know the hazards of chemicals in the workplace. The latest GHS standard is a way to globally harmonize disparate standards across the world and, over time will have enormous impact on US health.
• We offer a range of HazMat labeling systems. But, HazCom and HazMat labels are only as good as the training. Here, we offer a range of sign keys, labeling guides and other training materials.
• Labels are available in paper and vinyl. Paper labels are made from 100% post consumer recycled paper and are suitable for indoor application. Vinyl labels resist water, chemicals, abrasion and can be used both indoors and outdoors.