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Globally Harmonized System (GHS)

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    The Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labeling of Chemicals (GHS) was created to standardize and unify the various classifications of chemicals according to their hazards._According to OSHA, the GHS system includes:

    - Identification of health, physical and environmental hazards.
    - Creation of a classification procedure using information on chemicals for comparison with the identified hazard measures.
    - Communication of these hazard information and development of a system to protect people from workplace hazards.

    The purpose of GHS is to simplify chemical hazard identification, especially during shipping and transport, regardless of spoken language._This new system seeks to accomplish this through a homogenized set of GHS Pictograms, GHS Labels, GHS Signs, and GHS Safety Data Sheets.