Here at PAT Labels Online, we provide our customers with a large choice of labels for a variety of different purposes to clients across the whole of the UK. Our products are both great quality and cost effective, always available for dispatch within 24 hours of your order being received. With over a decade’s experience working within the field, we believe we can offer you the best GHS labels around, so read on to find out more about what GHS labels are, why they are important and some of the properties of the labels that we provide.

What are GHS Labels?

GHS stands for ‘Globally Harmonised System’ and the aim of this system is to use internationally recognised symbols.  The different symbols and identifiers correspond to potential hazards, whether a particular substance that is present or a particular situation in the vicinity.

Why are GHS Labels Important?

Every company has an ethical responsibility and legal requirement to identify potential risk factors within the site. GHS labels offer an immediate visual that someone can see and understand regardless of language. This type of label will enables workers to spot potentially dangerous situations and undertake the necessary precautions to prepare themselves, thereby minimising the risk of accident and injury.

GHS Labels at PAT Labels Online

Our GHS labels can be used for a variety of different hazardous situations, covering a range of industries. Examples include GHS labels for flammable materials and irritants, as well as for explosives and environmental hazards. We provide GHS labels in two different sizes, which includes small (50mm x 50mm) or large (100mm x 100mm).

Robust GHS Labels

All of our GHS labels are made from a robust non-rip polypropylene and come with an ultra-strong adhesive so they are able to stand even the harshest environments. Being water-proof and weather-proof, they will stand the test of time in both cases where they come into direct contact with water or if they are left in a humid setting for a long time.

Contact Us

To find out more about our GHS labelling, please complete our contact form, or email us at Alternatively, you can call us on 01325 525 675 to speak to someone directly, and a member of our team will be glad to assist you with any questions you may have for us.

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