Dangerous For The Environment GHS Symbols


  • The economical way to purchase small quantities of symbols

  • Durable, self-adhesive labels supplied in handy sheet format

  • Choose from 3 sizes:

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Dangerous For The Environment GHS Labels

What is a Dangerous For The Environment GHS Label? Dangerous For The Environment GHS Labels are Hazard pictograms which make up part of the international Globally Harmonised System of Labelling Classification of Chemicals or GHS for short, pictograms are required within the GHS labelling of containers and for workplace hazard warnings where you store and use dangerous chemicals.

The new regulations require companies to reassess their classification and labelling systems and as a result where you have in storage or use of Hazards that are dangerous to the environment then it is vital that you install the correct signage or picture labels for such Hazards to conform to the Globally Harmonised standards around your workplace.

The best way to ensure everyone is aware of any Dangerous For The Environment hazardous materials you have around your sites is to install these Dangerous For The Environment GHS Labels, when you display these Dangerous For The Environment GHS Labels you are sending a clear hazard warning message to all staff, visitors, contractors and in some cases the general public to be very cautious around your sites as you have Dangerous For The Environment materials.

What do Dangerous For The Environment GHS Labels look like? well Dangerous For The Environment GHS Labels are are a hazard warning type of symbol which consist of a dead fish and a dead tree which is printed in black and displayed on a white background and the Dangerous For The Environment GHS Labels or stickers are surrounded by a square red printed border.

The health and Safety (Safety Signs and Signals) regulations 1996 state that Dangerous For The Environment GHS Labels must be displayed to warn people of any Dangerous For The Environment hazardous materials around your premises so by displaying these Dangerous For The Environment GHS Labels you are complying with health & safety. Our range of Dangerous For The Environment GHS Labels are available with free delivery too. Please display your Dangerous For The Environment GHS Labels in clear positions around your sites where you want to warn everyone of any Dangerous For The Environment hazardous material areas around your sites.

The Health and Safety (Safety Signs and Signals) Regulations 1996 details that Dangerous For The Environment GHS Labels must have a pictogram so by displaying these Dangerous For The Environment GHS Labels you are compliant with Globally Harmonised System or GHS. In addition these Dangerous For The Environment GHS Labels where applicable, conform to BS EN ISO 7010. Our range of Dangerous For The Environment GHS Labels are available in a wide range of sizes, materials and formats to suit all types of premises.

Dangerous For The Environment GHS Labels are required where, although putting in place any other relevant hazardous safety measures, any significant risks to the health and safety of employees, visitors, contractors or the general public should remain in place, Dangerous For The Environment GHS Labels must be clear, legible and easy to understand and should be used to identify actions that are for warning everyone of any Dangerous For The Environment hazardous materials within your workplace and as a result displaying these Dangerous For The Environment GHS Labels your are compliant with the signs and signal regulations.

In deciding when and where to use your Dangerous For The Environment GHS Labels, employers must consider the results of the risk assessment made under the Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations 1999 (the Management Regulations).2 This assessment should identify where these Dangerous For The Environment GHS Labels should be used if they will help to ensure everyone is warned about your Dangerous For The Environment goods or materials.

It is vital that employers make sure their employees are aware of and understand the meaning of these Dangerous For The Environment GHS Labels by providing training where required. Although these Dangerous For The Environment GHS Labels are self-explanatory, new employees may be unfamiliar with the meaning of these Dangerous For The Environment GHS Labels, It is because of this that the meaning of these Dangerous For The Environment GHS Labels are clearly explained to everyone and that staff, visitors, contractors and in some cases the general public are aware of the consequences of not following the information provided by your Dangerous For The Environment GHS Labels.

Dangerous For The Environment GHS Labels, The new regulations require companies to reassess their classification and labelling systems, The economical way to purchase small quantities of symbols, Durable, self-adhesive labels supplied in handy sheet format. Dangerous For The Environment GHS Labels, The new regulations require companies to reassess their classification and labelling systems, The economical way to purchase small quantities of symbols, Durable, self-adhesive labels supplied in handy sheet format. In terms of labelling, HSID and the GHS systems cannot be applied on the same box.

Dangerous For The Environment GHS Labels Specifications

The new regulations require companies to reassess their classification and labelling systems

  • The economical way to purchase small quantities of symbols
  • Durable, self-adhesive labels supplied in handy sheet format
  • In terms of labelling, HSID and the GHS systems cannot be applied on the same box
  • GHS - The Globally Harmonised System of Classification and Labelling of Chemicals addresses classification of chemicals by types of hazards and proposes harmonised hazard communication elements, including labels and safety data sheets
  • The GHS also provides a basis for harmonisation of rules and regulations on chemicals at national, regional and worldwide level, an important factor also for trade facilitation
  • For the European Union the mandatory date for the implementation of NEW GHS Labelling was 1st June 2015
  • Choose from 3 sizes:
  • 40 x 40 mm (20 labels), 70 x 70 mm (6 labels) or 100 mm x 100 mm (4 labels)
  • Size (H x W) 100 x 100 mm, 40 x 40 mm, 70 x 70 mm.
  • Application Area Indoor and Outdoor
  • Description Symbols On-a-Sheet
  • Features - Laminated No
  • Features - Write On No
  • Shape Square
  • Sign/Symbol Dangerous To The Environment
  • Sign Type Hazard
  • Tamper Resistant No
  • Type Harmful for the Environment

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  • The economical way to purchase small quantities of symbols
  • Durable, self-adhesive labels supplied in handy sheet format
  • Choose from 3 sizes: