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A Guide to Safety Labels

March 21, 2019

Workplace safety benefits greatly from a strong visual communication strategy. Utilizing floor marking, wall signs, labels, posters, and other visual tools is important for safety and is even an OSHA requirement in some instances. In this post we will look at the different kinds of safety labels you can make with an industrial label printer and how to get the most out of your labeling efforts. GHS Labels: Hazardous chemicals must be labeled according to OSHA’s HazCom Standard. Since the alignment with GHS, the labeling requirements for hazardous chemicals are very specific. In order to communicate the relevant and necessary information about the substance, chemical labels must include a hazard statement, a signal word, pictograms, and a precautionary statement. Electrical Panel Labels: Electrical panels in the workplace must be kept clear and posting a reminder will help you stay in []

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