The New Globally Harmonised System of Classification and Labelling of Chemicals Pictograms Explained

Like many others around the world, my laboratory is finalising our compliance with the new globally harmonised system of classifying and labelling chemicals (GHS). Part of this process has involved relabelling many of our chemicals with the new GHS hazard pictograms. Some of these pictograms are different from those we have used in the past, and the hazard is not always obvious from the picture alone so it is necessary to commit to memory what all of the pictograms represent. Hence I have provided this handy guide to interpreting the new set of pictograms.

 

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I hope this guide has been helpful to you.


2 Comments on “The New Globally Harmonised System of Classification and Labelling of Chemicals Pictograms Explained”

  1. Way too hilarious. Please to stop.


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