Cleanroom Labeling

2 min read Cleanrooms, a controlled environment with low-levels of pollutants, can typically be found in manufacturing or scientific research. When building and setting up a cleanroom in your own facility, it is important to take into consideration the sensitive environment of these rooms. The High Cost of Clean: Cleanrooms in a Nutshell To fully understand the cost and gravity of what it takes to build and maintain a cleanroom, let’s look at an example of the real …

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The Importance of Labeling

2 min read In addition to signs in the workplace, labels are another great component to add to any visual communication program. From identifying hazards to organization, labels are a simple and cost-effective way to improve your facility. A key component of any organizational program, labeling is the easiest way to quickly and visually identify proper placement of tools, materials, and equipment. For example, drawers of tool chests can be labeled with their contents so employees can easily …

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Creating A GHS Compliant Label

2 min read OSHA updated their Hazard Communication Standard in 2012 to officially align itself with the Globally Harmonized System (GHS) of Classification and Labeling. With the update, hazardous chemicals must be labeled with the required elements outlined in the GHS standard. If your facility manufactures, imports, or distributes any materials identified by GHS, you will need to label any containers with the proper label. While you can order GHS labels from a catalog or a company, you …

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