Have you made the switch to GHS labelling?

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Have you made the switch to GHS labelling?

You will probably already know that the regulations on labelling hazardous products changed on 1st June 2015 in the UK. The move from aims to bring us closer to a standard global system, so that hazards are easily identified on products from around the world.

Orange CHIP symbols are now replaced with Black on White and Red GHS symbols


Have you made the switch yet?

In the change the old black on orange CHIP (Chemicals Hazard Information and Packaging for Supply) symbols have been replaced by the new black on red and white GHS (Globally Harmonised System) symbols.

If you still need to make the switch, Camlab have a complete range of GHS hazard symbol labels – 100 x 100mm single labels for smaller volume use, or 50 x 50mm labels on reels of 250 for higher demand.

Need a different size, format or need a bulk quantity? Just contact us and we’ll be happy to help.

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