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Subject: Re: [DCHAS-L] GHS labeling software
Date: Mon, 14 Oct 2013 12:49:33 -0400
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Disclaimer; my company is a Brady distributor.

Brady's Markware Lean is available as a demo:

Info sheet:

I took some quick screen shots and posted them as the listserv doesn't do graphics.  I just stuck in random entries on the data input screen.

These are designed to work with Brady's line of label printers, but you can output to other printers as well.  The Brady printers are obviously more expensive than standard printers, but they are convenient, the polyester label stock is fairly chemical resistant, and the tapes they use to print are thermally bonded transfer which is more durable than ink or toner.

Rob Toreki

PS: Contact me off-list if you have followup questions about the software, printers, materials, pricing etc.

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On Oct 14, 2013, at 10:35 AM, melissa.ballard**At_Symbol_Here**US.MICHELIN.COM wrote:

I was wondering if anyone could offer an opinion / recommendation for stand-alone software for generating GHS compliant labels? I am familiar w/ Atrion (IHS) but would like to look at something else. Our corporate group is holding the Atrion software hostage & I need a readily accessible solution as soon as possible.


Melissa Ballard, CIH, CHO
Michelin North America
1401 Antioch Church Road
Greenville, SC 29605

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