Chemical labels usually require safety warning, general instructions, precautions, size, barcode, storage and disposal directions. It is essential that this information on these labels remains readable despite the harsh conditions they are expose to. 

Super Labels have considerable experience in hazardous and dangerous chemical labels, flammable labels, liquid labels, solids and bulk commodity labels.

Globally Harmonised System of Classification and Labelling of Chemicals (GHS)

GHS is a system used to classify and communicate chemical hazards using internationally consistent terms and information on chemical labels and Safety Data Sheets.

GHS has been mandatory in Australia from 1 January 2017. Manufacturers, importers and suppliers of hazardous chemicals will be the most affected by the introduction of the GHS.

At Super Labels we are able to produce labels for your entire chemical and label sticker range to ensure your labels are following the GHS standards.

For further information regarding your Label requirements please see Safe Work Australia. Click here for link.

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