GHS Labels and Chemical Labelling

Etiquette manufactures chemical labels and GHS labels. The Globally Harmonised System (GHS) is a single worldwide system for classifying and communicating the hazardous properties of industrial and consumer chemicals.

Labels for GHS Classification

GHS and chemical labelling is becoming increasingly important in today’s production and manufacturing processes. With chemicals being shipped all over the world it is imperative a universal system is widely available for identification to inform users about potential hazards through standard symbols, becoming instantly recognisable to ensure worldwide understanding.

We can help implement GHS Classification in your production processes

The Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labelling of Chemicals (GHS) and our expert guidance and support can help you keep your business productive, efficient and in compliance with the latest industry regulations which came into effect on July 1st 2015 for companies manufacturing, shipping or using hazardous chemicals.

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GHS Labels from the Experts

At Etiquette we have extensive experience in working with manufacturers in many different industry sectors meaning we can help with the supplying and implementation of GHS labels in your production processes. We understand the importance of providing labels that can survive in harsh environments and withstand chemicals and other potential contaminants. We can offer a variety of solutions such as ribbons, printers and special label materials to help your company adhere to the GHS guidelines.

Chemical Resistant Labels

We supply a wide range of thermal transfer ribbons, including special resin ribbons that can withstand abrasion and chemical spillages ensuring that vital information on the products label is not lost.

Highly Durable Synthetic Materials

As the UK experts in labels and labelling Etiquette can produce labels from many synthetic materials, which can survive extreme temperatures and abrasions. Our labels offer the ultimate in performance because of their high durability and resistance to harsh environments.

Complete Solutions for GHS Requirements

We can supply pre-printed labels on highly durable materials ready to be adhered to your products packaging in addition to label printers that can print the GHS symbols and additional variable information for you at the touch of a button. It is why we take great pride in being called “The UK’s Complete Labelling Solutions Provider.”

Industry Expertise and Guidance

We understand that implementing the Global Harmonised System of Classification and Labelling of Chemicals can present challenges for businesses. Our team of experts are always on-hand to provide you with comprehensive advice ensuring your business remains fully compliant with current legislation.

GHS labels for chemical drums

Ready to talk about Labels?

We are confident we have the labelling solutions to suit your needs. We would love to here from you whether you are a new or existing customer, or if you just need some guidance about an upcoming labelling project.

GHS Labels and Chemical Labelling

Etiquette manufactures chemical labels and GHS  Labels. The Globally Harmonised System (GHS) is a single worldwide system for classifying and communicating the hazardous properties of industrial and consumer chemicals.

Chemical labels for GHS Classification

GHS and chemical labelling is becoming increasingly important in today’s production and manufacturing processes. With chemicals being shipped all over the world it is imperative a universal system is widely available for identification to inform users about potential hazards through standard symbols, becoming instantly recognisable to ensure worldwide understanding.

We can help implement GHS Classification
in your production processes

The Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labelling of Chemicals (GHS) and our expert guidance and support can help you keep your business productive, efficient and in compliance with the latest industry regulations which came into effect on July 1st 2015 for companies manufacturing, shipping or using hazardous chemicals.

GHS Labels from the Experts

At Etiquette we have extensive experience in working with manufacturers in many different industry sectors meaning we can help with the supplying and implementation of GHS and chemical labels in your production processes. We understand the importance of providing labels that can survive in harsh environments and withstand chemicals and other potential contaminants. We can offer a variety of solutions such as ribbons, printers and special label materials to help your company adhere to the GHS guidelines.

Chemical Labels

We supply a wide range of thermal transfer ribbons, including special resin ribbons that can withstand abrasion and chemical spillages ensuring that vital information on the products label is not lost.

Highly Durable Synthetic Materials

As the UK experts in labels and labelling Etiquette can produce labels from many synthetic materials, which can survive extreme temperatures and abrasions. Our labels offer the ultimate in performance because of their high durability and resistance to harsh environments.

Complete Solutions for GHS Requirements

We can supply pre-printed labels on highly durable materials ready to be adhered to your products packaging in addition to label printers that can print the GHS symbols and additional variable information for you at the touch of a button. It is why we take great pride in being called “The UK’s Complete Labelling Solutions Provider.”

Industry Expertise and Guidance

We understand that implementing the Global Harmonised System of Classification and Labelling of Chemicals can present challenges for businesses. Our team of experts are always on-hand to provide you with comprehensive advice ensuring your business remains fully compliant with current legislation.

How GHS Information should appear

Signal Words

The CLP Regulation also introduces two new signal words: Danger and Warning.

Warning Diamonds

The labelling requirements of GHS dictate that no Warning Diamonds can be left unpopulated, and must be clearly visible to the end user. The labels must also be BS5609 approved, which is the standard widely used as an indicator of a very robust label.

Precautionary Statements

Hazard statements should describe the nature of the hazard in the substance mixture e.g “Toxic if swallowed” or “Causes serious eye damage”. Precautionary statements should explain to the end user the recommended measures to minimise or prevent adverse effects resulting in exposure to a hazardous substance.

See our range of complete labelling solutions on our YouTube Channel

Anyone can talk about how great their products are but at Etiquette we love to prove it by showing our Labelling Solutions in action on our YouTube Channel. If you’re interested in Labels for your products, take a look and see what we can offer! Don’t forget to subscribe to be updated everytime we upload new content.

Ready to talk about Labels?

If you do something for long enough, you become the experts and at Etiquette we are confident we have the labelling solutions to suit your needs.
We would love to here from you whether you are a new or existing customer, or if you just need some guidance about an upcoming labelling project.