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Chemical Hazard Labels

Clarion Safety’s chemical safety labels inform people of potential hazards associated with chemicals and provide instruction regarding the use of appropriate personal protective equipment (PPE) so harmful exposure can be avoided. Our chemical warning labels, which incorporate various standardized chemical hazard symbols, apply to a wide spectrum of equipment in various industries. From chemical processing machinery to laboratory equipment, our labels play a pivotal role in alerting operators, maintenance personnel, and users to potential dangers stemming from the use of corrosive materials, flammable substances, toxic compounds, and more. Whether it's on storage tanks, mixing equipment, analytical instruments, or any apparatus dealing with hazardous chemicals, Clarion Safety labels serve as critical visual aids to convey vital information that can prevent accidents and injuries.

Injuries stemming from inadequate chemical hazard communication can be severe and far-reaching. Burns, respiratory issues, skin irritations, and even chronic health problems can result from improper handling or interaction with hazardous chemicals. Equipment manufacturers and employers should always take engineering, administrative, and PPE controls to avoid unnecessary exposure to chemical substances. These include, but are not limited to substituting for safer alternatives, usage of fume hoods, repeating visual warnings, rotating work schedules, and providing chemical protective clothing. Labels and instructions then support and reinforce these safety messages, warnings, and instructions. By seamlessly integrating our chemical hazard symbol and warning labels onto equipment, manufacturers can proactively address safety concerns, contributing significantly to the prevention of chemical-related accidents and injuries. As you explore our diverse range of labels, keep in mind the tangible impact they can have in establishing a safer working environment and ensuring the well-being of all individuals interacting with the equipment.

Our chemical hazard labels also include GHS warnings, which requires the use of specific pictograms, signal words, hazard statements, and precautionary statements on labels and safety data sheets to convey the potential hazards associated with chemicals. These labels and warnings are meant to inform users about the risks posed by hazardous chemicals and guide them on proper handling, storage, and usage. If you don’t see the exact chemical hazard safety label that meets your needs, we can help! Reach out to our team or use our ‘Design Your Own’ label online tool; both options are quick, easy, and free of charge.

Clarion Safety’s chemical safety labels inform people of potential hazards associated with chemicals and provide instruction regarding the use of appropriate personal protective equipment (PPE) so harmful exposure can be avoided. Our chemical warning labels, which incorporate various standardized chemical hazard symbols, apply to a wide spectrum of equipment in various industries. From chemical processing machinery to laboratory equipment, our labels play a pivotal role in alerting operators, maintenance personnel, and users to potential dangers stemming from the use of corrosive materials, flammable substances, toxic compounds, and more. Whether it's on storage tanks, mixing equipment, analytical instruments, or any apparatus dealing with hazardous chemicals, Clarion Safety labels serve as critical visual aids to convey vital information that can prevent accidents and injuries.

Injuries stemming from inadequate chemical hazard communication can be severe and far-reaching. Burns, respiratory issues, skin irritations, and even chronic health problems can result from improper handling or interaction with hazardous chemicals. Equipment manufacturers and employers should always take engineering, administrative, and PPE controls to avoid unnecessary exposure to chemical substances. These include, but are not limited to substituting for safer alternatives, usage of fume hoods, repeating visual warnings, rotating work schedules, and providing chemical protective clothing. Labels and instructions then support and reinforce these safety messages, warnings, and instructions. By seamlessly integrating our chemical hazard symbol and warning labels onto equipment, manufacturers can proactively address safety concerns, contributing significantly to the prevention of chemical-related accidents and injuries. As you explore our diverse range of labels, keep in mind the tangible impact they can have in establishing a safer working environment and ensuring the well-being of all individuals interacting with the equipment.

Our chemical hazard labels also include GHS warnings, which requires the use of specific pictograms, signal words, hazard statements, and precautionary statements on labels and safety data sheets to convey the potential hazards associated with chemicals. These labels and warnings are meant to inform users about the risks posed by hazardous chemicals and guide them on proper handling, storage, and usage. If you don’t see the exact chemical hazard safety label that meets your needs, we can help! Reach out to our team or use our ‘Design Your Own’ label online tool; both options are quick, easy, and free of charge.

  • Machine safety signs and labels play an essential part in risk reduction, and can help you meet OSHA requirements. Its important to consider the latest ANSI and ISO standards and today’s best practices for safety communication and risk reduction when selecting labels for your application. You can rely on Clarion Safety’s ANSI, ISO, and OSHA warnings expertise for help. We specialize in helping to supply product manufacturers and workplaces with the most up-to-date, standards compliant labels. In fact, over the past 30+ years, we’ve helped to write the standards you want to meet.

    With Clarion Safety label products, you can select from a variety of label format options (multi-symbol and text, symbol only, symbol and text, and wordless formatted labels) as well as symbol options to best fit the potential hazard. Keep in mind that the use of symbols in warnings and instructions is essential to the ISO 3864-2 standards and is encouraged in the ANSI Z535.4 standards. Our labels use internationally recognized ISO 7010 or ISO 7010-styled symbols.

    Do you have questions on risk or hazard assessments? Our engineers at our subsidiary, Machine Safety Specialists (MSS), and our warnings experts at Clarion Safety can work independently, or with you and your team to ensure your machinery is effectively labeled and fully complies with U.S. and/or international standards. If you need assistance ensuring your products or machinery are properly labeled and fully compliant with the applicable U.S. and international safety standards, contact us today.

  • At Clarion Safety, we understand the importance of safety label durability. Labels need to stand up to your product’s expected environment, such as exposure to UV, high temperatures, or chemicals. Potential accidents – and your company’s liability exposure – depend on your label material choices. We offer the finest adhesives, base materials and overlaminates, including premium quality 3M materials.

    Our chemical hazard labels have been developed and tested to withstand abrasive chemical washdowns, water, heat, and strong ultraviolet light. We have a variety of standard material options available, including options for both indoor and outdoor use. If the standard choices that you see don’t meet your requirements, we’re standing by to find a solution; we offer a wide range of custom material options.


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