Now it’s easy to include safety information on the labels of all your mixtures
- Individual mixture label according to GHS
With more than 2,000 items labelled according to GHS, short for Global Harmonised System, Merck Chemicals has taken the lead across the industry. The new Regulation (EC) No 1272/2008 on GHS classification and labelling went into effect January 2009. The goal of GHS is to harmonise the various existing classification and labelling systems worldwide. This makes the communication of hazards and risks as transparent and easy as possible.
Avoid Risk – Label all your mixtures with safety information
The new label set offers you the option to label mixtures prepared in your lab in accordance with GHS regulations, as well as, GLP guidelines and DIN EN ISO. Including hazard information on the label helps protect everyone in the lab. Why risk it? Use Merck’s new GHS labels on all your mixtures – now it’s easier than ever to increase safety.
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Label set acc. GHS, Order number 1.00801.0001
- New label set for individual mixtures according to GHS
Merck’s new label set makes it easy to label all your solutions with GHS safety information. The set includes adhesive-backed basis labels, pictograms and signal words. Record information about your mixture, such as ingredients, production date, etc. on the basis label. Add the appropriate pictograms and signal word. The accompanying guide helps you choose which ones to use.
Extensive GHS resource just a click away
Visit Merck’s website to find a collection of resources to educate yourself about GHS regulations. There you’ll find posters, brochures and an e-learning tool, as well as links to other resources. From history and purpose to detailed explanations of each hazard classification, Merck makes it easier to understand how the GHS regulations can increase the safety in your lab.