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GHS LABEL

GUIDE

Label Training
Pictogram Guide
BradyID.com/ghs

GHS LABEL TRAINING GUIDE


Need help training your employees to read
GHS-formatted labels?
Print this example of a compliant HazCom label and share
it with your employees. Each of the six label elements are
marked with a brief description that helps explain the
make-up of a GHS label.

#6 MANUFACTURER

#3 PRODUCT NAME OR

INFORMATION

IDENTIFIERS*

 ompany name, address


C
& telephone number.

(SDS Section 1)

(SDS Section 1)

#4 HAZARD
H225: Highly flammable liquid and
vapour. - H319: Causes serious
eye irritation. - H336: May cause
drowsiness or dizziness.
P210: Keep away from
heat/sparks/open flames/hot
surfaces. - No smoking. P2235+P410: Keep cool. Protect
from sunlight. - P302: IF ON SKIN:
Seek medical attention. -P305: IF
IN EYES: Flush with lukewarm
water and seek medical
attention. - P370: In case of fire:
Do not extinguish unless leak
can be stopped safely. - P403:
Store in a well-ventilated place.

414-358-0004

DANGER
50 ml

STATEMENTS

Pentane

Brady Corporation
6555 West Good Hope Rd.
Milwaukee, WI 53223

109-66-0
332-903-9

676-129-89-1
(414) 324-7989

See safety data sheet


for further details
regarding safe use of
this product.

Phrases that
describe the nature
of hazardous
products and
associated risks if
precautionary
action is not taken.
(SDS Section 2)

#5 PRECAUTIONARY
STATEMENTS

* Additional
Product Identifiers

#1 SIGNAL WORD
Indicates relative
severity of
hazard. Danger
is used for most
severe instances,
while Warning is
less severe.

(SDS Section 2)

#2 SYMBOLS

(HAZARD PICTOGRAMS)

 onvey health, physical and


C
environmental hazard
information with red
diamond pictograms. May
use a combination of one to
five symbols.
(SDS Section 2)

Phrases associated
with each hazard
statement, that
describe general
preventative, response,
storage or disposal
precautions.

(SDS Section 2)

GHS PICTOGRAM GUIDE


GHS-compliant labels contain one or more standardized
pictograms, which communicate important information
about chemical hazards in your workplace.
Print this free training guide and post it around your facility
to increase safety and remind employees about the nine
GHS pictograms and their meanings.

CHEMICAL/
PHYSICAL RISK
EXPLODING
BOMB
Explosives,
self-reactives,
organic peroxides

FLAME
Flammable gases,
liquids, & solids;
self-reactives;
pyrophorics;
self-heating

FLAME OVER
CIRCLE

HEALTH
RISK
CORROSIVE

ENVIRONMENT

Skin corrosion;
eye damage

Aquatic
toxicity
(Not regulated
by OSHA)

SKULL AND
CROSSBONES
Acute toxicity
(severe, fatal)

EXCLAMATION
MARK

Oxidizing gases,
liquids and solids

Irritant, dermal
sensitizer, acute
toxicity (harmful)

GAS
CYLINDER

HEALTH
HAZARD

Compressed
gases;
liquefied gases;
dissolved gases

Carcinogens,
respiratory sensitizers,
reproductive toxicity,
target organ toxicity,
germ cell mutagens

CORROSION
Corrosives
to metals

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RISK

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