Train US Employees on new SDS format & new labels
Manufacturers & Distributors must reclassify chemical hazards & labels
Distributors CAN NO LONGER ship products with old labels
Final Requirement of the GHS rollout - Employers are required to have a workplace labeling program for secondary containers.
Our label meets the OSHA requirements under the new GHS (Global Harmonization System) June 1, 2016 deadline for workplace labeling. Employees can transfer GHS chemical hazard information from a parent chemical container to our workplace secondary container label with ease, resulting in a safer workplace with more accurate workplace container labeling. Additionally, Stop-Painting offers SDS stations, Binders and other GHS products and support materials and training to meet the new regulations.
Using these Hazcom Labels as part of your Hazard Communication Program and workplace labeling system, makes GHS training easy and reduces the risk of chemicals being mislabeled, employees injured or receiving an OSHA Hazcom citation.