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HMIG Label, Paper, 3-7/8 In. W, PK100
- Item # 8AAR4
- Mfr. Model # 20035LS
- UNSPSC # 55121606
- Catalog Page # 2592
- Catalog Group # F1963
- Shipping Weight 0.4 lbs.
- ItemHMIG Label
- Legend/Background ColorBlue, Red, Yellow, Black/White
- MaterialSelf-Adhesive Paper
- Metal DetectableNo
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From what we are being told the creators of the HMIS system are looking into updating their system. The new labels will require more information than present hazard communication labels. The new GHS labels will be required to have pictograms, signal words, hazard statements, and precautionary statements. This is in addition to the all ready required product identifier and supplier identification.
Under the GHS rule, OSHA says “alternative labeling systems such as the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) 704 hazard rating and the Hazardous Material Information System (HMIS) are permitted for workplace containers. However, the information supplied on these labels must be consistent with the revised HCS and cannot have conflicting hazard warnings or pictograms.
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