Reliance Label Solutions launches hazardous labeling assessment

Confidential and complimentary program helps companies labeling hazardous chemicals follow compliance best practices.

Reliance Label Solutions, specializing in manufacturing hazardous container labels, has introduced GHS L.A.B.E.L. Profile, a new program designed to help companies hone and streamline their chemicals labeling operations.

The GHS L.A.B.E.L. Profile (Leading Assessment for Best Practices and Efficacy of Labels) technical inspection service provides an expert-driven assessment to help ensure companies handling and labeling hazardous chemicals follow compliance best practices.

The program creates an accessible labeling safety and standardization platform between chemical companies and labeling compliance experts.

Steeped in best practices accrued over decades, Reliance Label’s team can seamlessly engage with chemical companies to determine their most pressing labeling compliance challenges.

With an eye to these priorities, a Reliance Label compliance expert then conducts an onsite assessment visitation, followed by a comprehensive report that offers practical improvements where appropriate.

The company’s portfolio of hazardous container labeling is designed to withstand and thrive in harsh environments.

While best known for chemical drum labeling solutions that meet stringent GHS, HazCom and IMDG labeling requirements, the company also offers labeling-adjacent GHS-compliant technologies such as printing software, color printers and printer consumables.

Consultative, collaborative and customized, the GHS L.A.B.E.L. Profile appraisals also include a weighted average that highlights any areas particularly at risk of noncompliance.

Several manufacturing, warehousing and logistical scenarios can be assessed, including labeling application infrastructure maintenance, storage temperature, humidity and other issues that can adversely affect mission-critical label performance.

‘Our new GHS L.A.B.E.L. Profile comprises a confidential all-things-label health checkup for companies handling hazardous chemicals,’ said Troy Lucas, product engineer for Reliance Label Solutions. ‘Our chemical customers intimately understand that labeling environmentally sensitive materials is far more complex than a quick print-and-apply. In this industry, labels and their application techniques must stand up to exceptionally tough conditions, and this is our way of standing with our customers to best ensure compliance and overall labeling success.’