GHS & Hazard Warning Labels
Protect your customers from hazardous components without the complexity of compliance. Readability can advise, guide and supply you with everything you need to make sure your products comply with the legislation in place and your label is still enticing to your customers and shoppers alike! If you are showing a GHS label for anything that is ‘toxic’, ‘very toxic’, ‘harmful’, ‘extremely flammable’ or ‘corrosive’ you will need a tactile warning label.
GHS and BS5609 labelling software and equipment
Readability offers you 3 supply options for your GHS labels. We can make sure you have the necessary equipment that enables you to print your own labels in house or do it all for you:
If you need more detailed information contact us and one of our team members will assist you!
A cost effective and efficient solution
Every business is different and there is no “one size fits all” route to GHS label compliance. By taking the time to understand your operation we can recommend the printing option that will be the most cost effective and efficient for you.
Saving you time
By dealing with Readability you can access a number of different GHS label printing options from just one supplier. There is one point of communication, one point of administration and just one telephone number to remember for all your GHS and hazard labelling requirements – 01440 712 273.
GHS Label Example
GHS Label Printers
We can supply thermal transfer printers that are suitable for printing GHS labels.
Pre-Printed GHS Labels
Get labels printed complete or partially complete with only the red diamonds. Remember under guidelines you cant have blank squares.
Plain White Labels
Simple product that you can rely and can be supplied ready to go into a thermal printer.
Order Free Sample Pack
One quick form and we will send you a sample pack of labels, first class, it's how we operate.Sample Pack - Click Here
Ordering your printed labels from Readability
Ordering your labels from Readability is simple. Call us on 01440 712 273 or email our team.
We are committed to supplying you with a quality label, beautifully printed and custom designed to your specifications. Should you have any further questions or need advice and assistance, take a look at our FAQ page or contact Readability and one of our team will be happy to help.
GHS Hazard Warning Labels FAQ
The date for compliance was 1st June 2015 in the UK. Manufacturers of chemicals with hazardous properties are now expected to be using GHS labels and Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS).