Chemical Safety Labelling Systems

Chemical safety labelling systems need to be clear and consistent upon implementation throughout the facilities to ensure that chemical hazards are easily identified and understood. 

The 2 types of chemical containers commonly used :

  • Primary Containers such as bulk chemical containers or packaging are required to be labelled / provided by chemical manufacturers / suppliers. It should meet the standard requirements of hazard labelling
  • Secondary Containers, also known as, workplace containers are containers transferred from primary containers for convenience. In most workplaces, secondary containers are often smaller in size and shape, hence, it is required to have the necessary information about the chemical labelled on it.

Types of Chemical Safety Labelling System

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Hazardous Waste Labels

Hazardous Waste Labels 

Hazardous waste labels are informative labels for the workers to understand if this chemical should or should not mix with other materials / substances. 

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Right-to-know Labels 

RTK labels use a number rating and color coding system in conjunction with written text to identify the chemical and its physical and health hazards. Right-to-Know labels should also include the appropriate hazard warnings and target organ warnings, as well as the name and address of the chemical manufacturer. Some options also include recommended personal protective equipment (PPE).

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