Understanding GHS Compliance
17th September 2018
The Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labelling of Chemicals (GHS) aims to make chemical hazards become more easily identifiable.READ MORE
This world-class range of products offers powerful yet safe substitutes for some of the world’s most common toxic and dangerous chemicals – many of which are probably in your workplace today.
What makes us different?
Whilst unfortunately many other products on the market might be promoted as safe, low harm, sustainable or “green”, that promise is sometimes only skin deep. A quick scan of SDS’s (safety data sheets) for these products will often reveal some quite disturbing health and safety risks. An internet search on a product’s active ingredients can reveal even more worrying information – some of which may not feature on the packaging.
This common marketing practice of creative packaging and cleverly worded claims, known as “greenwashing”, can mislead consumers and businesses alike into believing that the chemicals they use are safer than they really are. Disturbingly there is no effective law against this and many products out there today are much more harmful than you realise.
Triple7, however, is the real deal when it comes to Work Safety and Environmental Compliance. We put our creative energy into products we produce – not the label placed on the outside. We’re proud of what you’ll read on our Safety Data Sheets and we even have independent third party risk assessments and make them available for anyone to review.
Our range of products is the result of years of search for the best science can offer in chemical safety and we’re proud to offer a range of alternatives that are not just safer but are also more effective than the chemicals they replace. What’s more, it can all come at a cost saving to your business.
We believe that when it comes to people’s safety – integrity matters.
Help us build a better world
We’re deeply passionate about what we do, and why wouldn’t we be? Our mission is to lower the world’s reliance on toxic and dangerous chemicals by providing safer and more effective alternatives that improve lives, improve business and drive innovation.
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