ghs color labels labeling solutions

GHS stands for the “Globally Harmonized System” of Classification and Labeling of Chemicals, a world regulation mandate put in place for the classification and communication of chemical hazards, the goal of which is to improve the health and safety of workers by reducing injuries, enhance worker comprehension of chemical hazards, and save overall costs through productivity improvements. All manufacturers, suppliers, and users of chemicals are required to abide by this mandate in their labeling processes, which can be a problem for organizations who may not understand exactly what is needed to stay safely within compliance guidelines. That is why RACO is here to provide the equipment, software, and expertise needed to craft a GHS Compliance Labeling solution tailored to suit the workflow of your business while keeping your chemical labeling up to code.

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Color label printing can enhance your GHS compliance solution!


The RACO Barcode GHS Compliance Labeling solutions combine label design and printing technology with intuitive software into a single regulatory solution that helps your organization keep within the bounds of GHS compliance standards. The solution allows its users to easily design labels and barcodes within the bounds of compliance guidelines, approve designs with electronic signature capture, and create custom document and log reports, ensuring that all security and traceability requirements are safely met. The solution can even allow you to manage many printers in multiple locations from a single server, conveniently expanding compliance to every part of your business.


From the planning stages all the way through integration into your workflow, our team of certified experts are here to guide you through every step toward attaining the ideal GHS Compliance Labeling solution for your specific needs. We also offer printer maintenance and repair services over the entire lifecycle of your labeling solution.

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