Are your chemical labels compliant with the Globally Harmonized System?
The OSHA-mandated system for classifying and labeling chemicals impacts companies that produce, ship or use hazardous chemicals. As of June 1, 2016, workplaces must be GHS-compliant and update labels on chemical and secondary containers as needed to avoid fines.
Print GHS Labels from your own printer
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Avery makes it easy to create and print your own chemical labels with UltraDuty Labels, FREE GHS software and templates, and your existing desktop printer. Or let Avery WePrint, our professional printing service, print your labels for you.
- Waterproof and resistant to chemicals, abrasion, UV, water, tearing and extreme temperatures
- Apply as low as 10°F
- BS5609 Sec. 2 certified - waterproof label remains adhered for at least 90 days in seawater
- BS5609 Sec. 3 certified - click here for details and approved printers
- Multiple sizes for containers such as drums, pails, jugs and bottles
- Works on metal, plastic, painted surfaces, fiber, polycarbonate, glass and more
- Additional uses include warning labels and signs, arc flash, inspection and other HazCom and HazMat labels
Free ways to create your chemical labels
Avery Design & Print GHS Wizard
Get step-by-step instructions to create your GHS labels based on the Safety Data Sheet (SDS).
Enter your Avery UltraDuty GHS Chemical Labels product number below. GHS-specific designs may not be available on all Avery products.
Select ready-to-use GHS, ANSI, NFPA, DOT and other safety templates.
Avery UltraDuty GHS Chemical Labels demo
See how they work in this quick video.