GHS Hazard Symbols & Labels

Transit and packing labels featuring GHS chemical hazard symbols

All packages containing dangerous goods should be identified by diamond shaped hazard warning labels featuring the official GHS chemical hazard symbols when transported. Our stock range of GHS labels covers a variety of dangerous products including explosives, radioactive materials, corrosives, flammable liquids and gases. All labels are printed using high quality permanent adhesive with UV varnish to provide a tough, long-lasting safety label. Because the GHS pictograms are a globally recognised means of identifying hazardous packages, our hazard warning signs are perfect for identifying hazardous substances in the UK and overseas.

  1. Class 1 - Explosive Hazard Labels

    Class 1 - Explosive Hazard Labels

    5 Options In Stock
  2. Class 2 - Gas Hazard Labels

    Class 2 - Gas Hazard Labels

    4 Choices In Stock
  3. Class 3 - Liquid Hazard Labels

    Class 3 - Liquid Hazard Labels

    2 Types In Stock
  4. Class 4 - Solids Hazard Labels

    Class 4 - Solids Hazard Labels

    3 Options In Stock
  5. Class 5 - Oxidising Hazard Labels

    Class 5 - Oxidising Hazard Labels

    2 Choices In Stock
  6. Class 6 - Toxic Hazard Labels

    Class 6 - Toxic Hazard Labels

    High Quality
  7. Class 7 - Radioactive Hazard Labels

    Class 7 - Radioactive Hazard Labels

    User-Friendly
  8. Class 8 - Corrosive Hazard Labels

    Class 8 - Corrosive Hazard Labels

    Clear Identification
  9. Class 9 - Miscellaneous Hazard Labels

    Class 9 - Miscellaneous Hazard Labels

    Very Versatile
  10. Limited Quantity Warning Labels

    Limited Quantity Warning Labels

    2 Choices In Stock
  11. UN Hazard Warning Labels

    UN Hazard Warning Labels

    3 Options In Stock
  12. Other Hazardous Warning Labels

    Other Hazardous Warning Labels

    Clear Message

The Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labelling of Chemicals (GHS) is a system administered by the United Nations Economic and Social Council (and described in detail here on the website of the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe) to ensure goods labelled as dangerous can easily be identified as such no matter where they are shipped in the world. The system was implemented in 2002 when a series of chemical hazard symbols was adopted as being the official means of labelling dangerous loads and packages, and our hazard labels are fully compliant with this system.