The NFPA 704 Diamond Explained

Infographic for explaining the NFPA 704 diamond

The distinct red, blue yellow, and white diamonds affixed to semi-trucks and chemical containers are one of the most identifiable warning signs—but what does it mean? Each color on the NFPA diamond represents a different type of hazard: blue for health hazards, red for flammability, yellow for instability, and white for special notes. The NFPA

GHS – What’s Next? A Timeline of GHS Compliance

The Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labeling of Chemicals is an international hazard communication standard. According to OSHA, more than five million workplaces and over 40 million workers are affected by GHS, it’s a big deal! Chemicals being manufactured, produced, and distributed will need to have GHS labels and safety data sheets. Although OSHA