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Exclamation Symbol

ghs attention symbol

Used for communicating the following hazards:

Classification Criteria

The exclamation mark could be considered the most "general purpose" pictogram under the new GHS ruling. For classification, the exclamation mark overlaps some of the other marks (though they can not be used together.) The GHS classification manual can help you determine when to properly use the exclamation mark.

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

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GHS Mobile App

ghs android app

With GHS compliance requirements becoming more prevalent, it is critical that you have the right training tools to get all of your team on-board. Install our GHS Mobile App, or find it in the Google App Store or the Amazon App Store.

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