OSHA's GHS Chemical Labeling Deadline is 2 Weeks Away - TEKLYNX Can Help
26 June 2015
GHS Chemical Labeling Compliance Deadline is June 1, 2015.
Are you ready?
As you know, the deadline for all chemical manufacturers, importers, distributors and employers to comply with all modified provisions of OSHA's HazCom Standard, which incorporates GHS, is June 1, 2015, which is 2 weeks away. Distributors may ship products labeled by manufacturers under the old system until December 1, 2015.
Have you implemented a GHS-compliant barcode labeling solution yet?
TEKLYNX has two solutions available for GHS chemical labeling compliance. Find your solution by answering these two questions:
- Are you only looking for an advanced barcode label designer for your GHS labels?
- CODESOFT enterprise-level barcode label design application supports a variety of industry-specific labeling 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 labels with the required GHS elements, ensuring GHS labeling compliance. Download a free demo now.
- Are you looking for 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 elements 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 labeling process and provides central management to ensure process enforcement and additional control. Get a head start on GHS compliance by implementing a single solution that meets all of your business needs.
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Time is running out - avoid fines from OSHA.
OSHA recently released the top 10 most frequently cited violations of OSHA standards in fiscal 2014 for all companies and industries, and Standard 19101200 Hazard Communication (HazCom) came in second with 6,156 violations. This is due to the fact that HazCom violations occur across many industries, and are easy for OSHA inspectors to observe, in relation to hazardous materials not having labels or SDSs.
HazCom-related citations for all industries in 2014 amounted to penalties of $3,296,163. OSHA’s penalty policy states that the maximum penalty OSHA can assess for each serious violation is $7,000 and $70,000 for a repeated or willful violation.
Don't be a part of this statistic. Implement a GHS-compliant chemical barcode labeling solution today. Click here to learn more about GHS labeling and how TEKLYNX can help.
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