Overview Changes

OSHA has aligned its required Hazard Communication Standard with the UN's Globally Harmonized System (GHS), in an effort to create a universally understandable method for communicating hazard warnings. This will affect the documentation and labeling of hazardous substances found in the workplace, and the training of workers to understand the new formats. Employers will need to examine their policies and comply with deadlines for implementing changes to their chemical handling programs to ensure compliance with the new regulations.

NMC can help you make the necessary changes around your workplace and educate employees on the hazards they face on the job. From Right-to-Know Centers to training brochures to custom-label printers, our products can get you up and running quickly and easily.

More information on the specifics of the new code

Labeling requirements

Safety Data Sheets


Establishing a workplace program


GHS Label Printers Right-To-Know Centers & Binders Training Materials and Labels

GHS Mini Catalog

GHS Powerpoint

GHS Flow Chart