In accordance with the proposed new Hazard Communication regulation from OSHA, Brady has launched some new GHS-related products to help international companies comply. These products include new SDS binders, GHS pictogram labels, and SDS binder centers.
The SDS Binders (Safety Data Sheets) have been updated to reflect the change in terminology. In accordance with the GHS system, the formerly used "Material Safety Data Sheets (or MSDS)" is now simply Safety Data Sheets (SDS).
The GHS Pictogram labels are offered on sheets or rolls, in a variety of sizes. These nine pictogram formats are also in accordance with the classification system used on GHS labels and Safety Data Sheets.
Brady's SDS binder centers incorporate our new SDS binders with a "Right To Know Compliance Center" backboard and wire rack. These highly visible centers are a great place to store your safety data sheets so they are easily accessible to all employees.
FEATURES & BENEFITS
- SDS Binders
- Offered in 3 versions: English, English/Spanish, and English/French
- Offered in 2 sizes: 1.5" spine and 3" spine
- Binders come standard with a chain and pair of sheet lifters
- GHS Pictogram Labels
- Offered in the nine different GHS pictograms
- Offered in 1.5", 2", and 4" square sizes
- Offered only in a polyester material at this time
**Please note, this pictogram label offering will be expanding soon to additional materials, sizes, and quantities. Please keep a look out for upcoming products**
- SDS Binder Centers
- Contents include a 1.5" SDS binder, "Right To Know Compliance Center" backboard, and yellow wire rack.
- Offered in two styles: English and Spanish
- Center size: 20" H x 14" W x 4.5" D
TARGET MARKETS / USERS & APPLICATIONS
Currently, OSHA's Hazard Communication regulation is the 3rd most cited regulation to date, and if affects over 7 million workplaces in the US alone. Target markets will include any industrial, manufacturing, or laboratory setting where there is a need to identify and label secondary containers for hazardous chemicals. Target users will include safety managers, EH&S managers, and maintenance professionals