HCL Labels is proud to announce the addition of a new product that is now featured on our website! We specialize in GHS compliant chemical safety labels for secondary containers – What better than to offer our customers the opportunity to purchase a pre-labeled secondary container bottle? Now introducing Pre-Labeled & Custom GHS Chemical Spray…… Continue reading New Products to Ease Your Labeling Headache & Lower Prices on Foreign Labels!
HCL Labels is proud to work with the clientele that we do. We are happy to work with you to simplify your labeling experience. The friendly staff at HCL Labels has created custom categories for certain clients that request it. We place our clients labels into their private category, and they are able to order…… Continue reading Personalized Chemical Label Formats – GHS Compliant Safety Labels
PART FOUR: THE WHITE SQUARE The white square – at the bottom of the NFPA diamond – is different from the other three squares. It doesn’t contain a number. Instead, it contains one of three “special hazard” symbols. These are hazards that cannot be defined by the ratings in the other three squares. Materials that…… Continue reading How to Read an NFPA 704 Diamond – Part 4
HCL Labels will dive in to the finer details of federal chemical identification regulations to make sense of it all.
In One Easy Lesson (In Four Parts) The NFPA Diamond rating system was developed to enable first responders to a fire or similar emergency to see at a glance what hazards they might encounter while performing their duties. It didn’t take long for employers and chemical workers to realize that the Diamond was a useful…… Continue reading How to Read an NFPA 704 Diamond
Understanding the difference between Danger and Warning can help you easily identify the hazards you may encounter while working with various chemicals. The new GHS labeling system gone into effect on June 1st, 2016, has specific guidelines that employers need to adhere to in regards to the labeling of hazardous chemicals. One of these new…… Continue reading Danger Vs. Warning – OSHA/GHS Labeling