Hazard Communication – Pictograms (US)
Hazards are universal and languages are not. To keep individuals safe in workplaces throughout the world, regulators are working to standardize symbols, called pictograms, to communicate hazards in a consistent manner from workplace to workplace and from country to country. This mini-module covers pictograms and the hazards associated with them, as encountered on labels and Safety Data Sheets (SDSs).
Purpose of the GHS; Definition of pictograms; Pictograms associated with specific hazards;;
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