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Still confused by new GHS standards? This site can help.

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2015 will be a busy year for GHS (the Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labeling of Chemicals), and keeping track of that activity will be a challenge for many businesses. If you’re feeling a bit lost already, may be just the tool you need.

The website offers free, original and accurate chemical safety tutorials and references for anyone dealing with chemical safety regulations including GHS. The goal is to help people quickly find chemical compliance info and safety requirements for their products and businesses.

The site was created by a group of chemical regulatory experts who needed, “a good place to sort out and track chemical regulations in an accurate and comprehensive manner – in simple and logical languages.” Recent articles include:

How chemicals are regulated in China
A comparison of global GHS label size requirements
Changes to Expect in GHS Rev 6
Key global GHS implementation dates in 2015

The Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labeling of Chemicals (GHS) was developed by the United Nations to standardize classification and labeling of chemicals globally. It defines physical, health and environmental hazards of chemicals and harmonizes classification criteria. It also standardizes the content and format of chemical labels and Safety Data Sheets.

Visit the ChemSafetyPro site.
Check out a GHS Transport Pictograms Cheat Sheet by Global Chemical Resources.
Browse GHS chemical hazard labels at