Are you familiar with the hazard symbols used to classify and label chemicals under OSHA’s revised Hazard Communication Standard? Use this reference to help identify the pictograms, labels and images, and understand what they mean. Appearing individually or in combinations, they define specific hazards to help you work safely around hazardous chemicals.
This illustration identifies the components of a compliant label on a shipped container. Actual label design and layout may vary.
(GHS icon) 1.410.5.4.1 Location of Information on the Label. The hazard pictograms, signal word and hazard statements must be grouped together on the shipped container label and NOT separated on the container or outside packaging.
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