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Deadly Hazard

ghs skull icon

Used for communicating the following hazards:

Classification Criteria

OSHA states that "the skull and crossbones symbol only addresses acute toxicity, and does not convey other types of effects."

Studies indicate that the skull and crossbones is among the most higly recognized pictograms. It is understood as "most hazardous" and "most dangerous."

Important Note: OSHA rules require that the skull and crossbones NOT be used where the exclamation, or Health Hazard pictograms are used.

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