GHS is the abbreviation for Globally Harmonised System and is a regulation to classify and label substances and mixtures. In the European Union, GHS is implemented by the CLP Regulation (Classification, Labelling and Packaging). GHS works on a modular design principle, from which the CLP Regulation uses certain modules.
GHS has the following aims:
Further information and answers to all your questions about GHS can be found on the following pages.
The meaning of GHS and the reason why it was implemented
More details on the differences between the new and the old regulations