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Definition of GHS Label (In Under 100 Words)

Definition of GHS Label (In Under 100 Words)

100 Words or Less, Barcode Basics | 26 August 2018

Posted by Dave Harris

Definition of GHS Label (In Under 100 Words)

A GHS label is a label with six mandatory components that abide by the Globally Harmonized System Requirements: product identifier/ingredient disclosure, signal word, hazard statements, precautionary statements, supplier information, and pictograms.

These components are known throughout various industries to meet regulatory labeling and tracking challenges. GHS allows companies globally to have one common, coherent framework for classifying and communicating information related to chemicals to promote safety and accurate tracking.

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Based in Chicago, IL, Dave Harris has been with Computype for over 23 years in a variety of sales & leadership roles. As our Vice President of Strategic Accounts, Dave works with customers all over the globe to ensure tangible & consistent business benefits are realized. Focused on cost savings, operational efficiencies, and process optimization, Dave’s role is to help customers get the most value from their automatic identification investment. In his spare time, Dave likes to golf, watch movies, and spend time outside with his dog, Yukon.