OSHA's Next GHS Chemical Labeling Compliance Deadline is 2 Weeks Away

17 November 2015

GHS Chemical Labeling Compliance Deadline is December 1, 2015. Are You Ready?

December 1, 2015, the deadline when chemical distributors may no longer ship products labeled by chemical manufacturers under the old HazCom Standard, is 2 weeks away. Have you implemented a GHS-compliant barcode labeling solution yet?

OSHA estimates that this standard will prevent 43 fatalities and 585 injuries/illnesses per year, while also saving $250 million per year due to reduction in occupational risks plus $475.2 million saved from improvements in productivity*.

TEKLYNX offers a GHS compliant labeling software, CODESOFT, which supports a variety of industry-specific regulations, including GHS. CODESOFT's advanced capabilities are perfect for those who have complex label design and integration needs. With CODESOFT, you can easily design chemical labels with the required GHS elements, ensuring GHS labeling compliance. Try it free!

View our video below, GHS Label Design Made Easy with CODESOFT:

 

TEKLYNX also offers a more centralized solution that includes an advanced barcode label designer, approval and security module, and automated network printing, all from a browser-based user interface. TEKLYNX CENTRAL GHS enterprise label management solution is designed specifically to address chemical labeling and GHS requirements. TEKLYNX CENTRAL GHS can pull symbols, signal words, and hazard statements from a centralized database, ensuring that your labels accurately classify chemicals and specify HazCom elements for labeling and Safety Data Sheets (SDS) as required by GHS.

TEKLYNX CENTRAL GHS helps automate the entire chemical labeling process and provides central management to ensure process enforcement and additional control. Become GHS-compliant by implementing a single solution that meets all of your chemical labeling needs.

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*OSHA: https://www.osha.gov/dsg/hazcom/hazcom-faq.html