GHS Wash Bottle Labeling: What You Need To Know to Meet OSHA HazCom 2012 Requirements



August 4, 2014 - Any workplace that handles hazardous chemicals and has a need to transfer that chemical(s) to a workplace labeled secondary container for use must comply with OSHA Hazcom requirements. Scienceware® Right-to-Know, Safety-Vented Wash Bottles with GHS Labeling provides compliance with the Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labeling of Chemicals (GHS) and OSHA's HazCom 2012 requirements -- as pertains to "Workplace Labels". They also include the Chemical Name and Formula, CAS #, NFPA Diamond, Recommended Protective Equipment and List of Target Organs for optimum workplace safety. A patented venting valve prevents pressure build-up inside of bottle eliminating dangerous drips, and allows dispensing of the bottle in upright or inverted position. A 53mm wide mouth allows easy refilling. Visit us at for the largest selection of pre-printed GHS labeled wash bottles.

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