Weber has the printing knowledge and experience, to meet your chemical drum and container needs. We manufacture and print labels that meet GHS and BS-5609 standards together with our portfolio of thermal transfer ribbon to provide you with a durable chemical and water resistance print solution for your products
On Demand Colour Printers
We also offer the flexibility to our customers to provide Labelling Solutions to allow them to Print GHS Labels on demand in house using our range of Inkjet and Toner Based Colour Printers in conjunction with our GHS Labelling Software.
Not all on demand printers have the capability for automatic application. Weber Packaging Solutions also provide a range of automatic Pre Printed Label Applicators for labels printed by ourselves or in-house. Furthermore we also can provide pre-printed labels that can be overprinted with our Print Apply Systems enabling you to print variable data on your Chemical Label and GHS Label directly from your Warehouse Management System enabling you to have a fully automated solution to complex regulatory compliance processes.
What is GHS?
The Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labeling of Chemicals or GHS is an internationally agreed-upon system, created by the United Nations.
GHS requires manufacturers, importers, downstream users and distributors of chemical substances and mixtures to adopt the standard by 1st June 2015.
GHS is set to unify communication of hazardous products and replace existing country specific regulations.
- Product Identifier
- Signal Word
- Hazard Statements
- Precautionary Statements
- Supplier Identification
This change will not only promote a safer work environment but also make companies Globalise their Labelling Strategy and make companies Harmonized in terms of their legal compliance.
This has also presented challenges for larger companies that manufacture and distribute to various regional locations throughout the Globe. The logisitcs information together with legal and compliance information has resulted in space problems on the label itself. Weber has worked with several companies to overcome this challenge