The nine GHS pictograms, below, make up the GHS vocabulary. Each pictogram represents a distinct hazard, and is to be placed on labels – determined by the chemical hazard classification – to alert users of the chemical hazards that they may be exposed to. The GHS pictograms are made up of a symbol on a white background framed inside a red border.
Collaborate with us to bring a new level of safety
communication to your company
Clarion offers a centralized OSHA/GHS Hazardous Chemical Communication Training Center to train employees in recognizing and understanding hazardous chemical communication.
View our product catalog.
Talk to Us (877) 748-0244or (570) 296-5686
Reducing Risk, Protecting People
Site Map |
Terms and Conditions.
© Clarion Safety Systems LLC All Rights Reserved.