There’s a lot of important (sometimes even life-saving) information on your chemical label. Anyone who uses chemicals for cleaning, disinfecting, floor care or anything else, is responsible to understand both the benefits and risks of using them. Commercial chemical labels contain a lot of information, so they may sometimes look overwhelming at first glance. However, if you understand where to locate the information you need and how to interpret it, you’ll be on your way to using chemicals in the most effective and safest way possible. Intended for users to quickly and easily see the health and environmental hazard classification of a chemical, GHS also requires Pictograms to be printed on labels. Similar to the Warning and First Aid Statements, Pictograms are standard across all manufacturers.