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Tactile Warning Labels

Have you ever noticed that some warning labels have a raised triangle, noticeable to the touch as well as the eye? These are called tactile warning triangles. They there to bring attention to a printed warning symbol.

Tactile Warning Triangles Product Summary

The European Chemicals Agency provides further information regarding labelling and packaging with regards to warning triangles. They include a list of criteria for hazardous materials that require tactile warnings. Some of the criteria includes but is not limited to:

  • Acute toxicity
  • Skin corrosion
  • Respiratory sensitisation
  • Carcinogenicity
  • Reproductive toxicity
  • Flammable gases
  • Flammable liquids
  • Flammable solids

For a full list of the hazard criteria please visit the European Chemicals Agency’s website and visit the page titled “Specific labelling and packaging situations”.

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Tactile Warning Labels FAQ's

A tactile triangle would be placed on a label to give a warning of a potential hazardous product.

If you’re unsure if your product requires a warning triangle placed on the label, do not worry because the friendly CS Labels team can help. We have lots of experience within the industry and have worked with numerous businesses including Pharmaceutical and Chemical companies who often use warning triangles.