Graphic Products, Inc. Releases New Video Illustrating the Globally Harmonized System of Classifying and Labeling Chemicals (GHS)
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Press release date: October 8, 2013
To dispel confusion over the changing GHS standards and provide handy reference to those in the industry, Graphic Products, Inc. released a GHS video which may be shared on websites or forums.
The GHS goal is to unify hazardous material classification standards worldwide to enhance protection of human health and environmental awareness. This GHS video illustrates the chemical symbols found in GHS and explains how chemicals are labeled and classified across the globe. The video provides answers to the following questions:
1) Who needs it?
2) What are the goals of GHS?
3) Who benefits?
4) How and where GHS works
Graphic Products, Inc. -- known worldwide for DuraLabel labeling systems – has bolstered its YouTube library with more than 40 new videos. Ranging in length from about 1 minute to more than 6 minutes, these educational and informative videos were created for industrial hygienists, facility managers and plant supervisors worldwide to help save lives, streamline operations and elevate visual communications in the workplace. These brief and fact-filled videos provide timely, newsworthy, industry-appropriate and compliance-based information.
Earlier, Graphic Products released a GHS infographic, which addressed:
Other infographics in the Graphic Products library include Arc Flash Boundary, OSHA Workplace Safety, Deadliest U.S. Jobs Cities, 6S System, Pipe Marking, and NFPA Fire Safety.
- Estimated costs for implementing GHS
- Estimated number of fatalities prevented
- Impact on countries including the United States, Canada, Mexico, Japan, China, Vietnam, Taiwan, Korea, Australia and the European Union
Graphic Products, Inc. has developed expertise in workplace safety through its 40+ year track record manufacturing industrial labeling systems for mines, factories, distribution centers and mechanical contractors who deal with the dangers of arc flash and compliance with OSHA.
Over the past two years, Graphic Products, Inc. has expanded its workplace safety library to include:
Graphic Products manufactures a broad spectrum of industrial labeling equipment for global companies such as Amazon.com, Boeing, Intel and Toyota. With more than 50 types of labeling supplies, Graphic Products, Inc. helps companies solve communication problems in the toughest industrial environments.
- Lean manufacturing, hazardous label, workplace safety, food processing and confined space and OSHA safety best practice guides
- Pipe marking, 5S and arc flash webinars
For more information, visit http://www.DuraLabel.com.