How to Choose the Correct Signage for Chemical Cabinets

April 9, 2019

While using chemical storage cabinets can vastly improve the safety of your workplace, choosing the correct signage for your storage unit is also an highly important consideration. Having the correct signage for your chemical storage cabinets is not only vital for employee safety but it is also a requirement under the Health and Safety (Safety Signs and Signals) Regulations 1996.The Regulations require employers to provide the appropriate safety signage in high risk areas of the facility. To help you understand the proper signage to use for chemical storage, we’ve compiled a guide on the labels and warning symbols that help increase chemical safety in the workplace.

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