GHS Pictograms and Hazards

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.

  • Carcinogen
  • Mutagenicity
  • Reproductive Toxicity
  • Respiratory Sensitizer
  • Target Organ Toxicity
  • Aspiration Toxicity


  • Flammables
  • Pyrophorics
  • Self-Heating
  • Emits Flammable Gas
  • Self-Reactives
  • Organic Peroxides


  • Irritant (Skin and Eye)
  • Skin Sensitizer
  • Acute Toxicity
  • Narcotic Effects
  • Respiratory Tract Irritant
  • Hazardous to Ozone Layer


  • Gases Under Pressure







  • Skin Corrosion/Burns
  • Eye Damage
  • Corrosive to Metals





  • Explosives
  • Self-Reactives
  • Organic Peroxides





  • Oxidizers







  • Aquatic Toxicity







  • Acute Toxicity (fatal or toxic)







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GHS Pictogram Labels


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