COVID-19 latest update - 24/03/2020

In light of the update from the Government on the 23 March 2020, Safety Signs and Notices Ltd would like to reassure all of our customers that we are currently "Open for Business" and will continue to service your needs for as long as possible. We have put the following guidelines in place.

  • Home working for everyone possible
  • Shift patterns for production and warehouse staff to minimise contact
  • Social distancing for the delivery and collection of raw materials.

More information about how we are dealing with the dynamic situation can be found on our COVID-19 status page

This section contains the full range Global Harmonization Signs, labels and stickers. In 2003, the United Nations (UN) adopted the Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labeling of Chemicals (GHS). The GHS includes criteria for the classification of health, physical and environmental hazards, as well as specifying what information should be included on labels of hazardous chemicals as well as safety data sheets. The United States was an active participant in the development of the GHS, and is a member of the UN bodies established to maintain and coordinate implementation of the system. The CLP hazard pictograms are very similar to those used in the old labelling system and appear in the shape of a diamond with a distinctive red border and white background. One or more pictograms might appear on the labelling of a single chemical.
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