Labels for chemicals are a must. They have to inform people of the dangers that can be caused or more importantly, avoided. They don’t have to be extravagant and overly attractive but they must be printed with legible text so it can be easily read.
A set of instructions on how to best use your product should also be on your label. This will help people understand how to handle and take precautionary measuers to ensure their safety at all times when in use.
They must contain a list of ingredients or the dangerous chemicals they contain. A posinous, fire or hazard warning icon should be present on the label for quick identification to the dangers.
An ” if swallowed or in case of eye contact ” warning should be on the label and a set of instructions as what to do if there is injury is helpful and could help you avoid litigation or insurance claims.