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Compliance Labels

Compliance labels are used in a wide range of industries—including chemical, food, and pharmaceutical manufacturing—to meet industry standards and government regulations. Depending on the industry, the use of these labels is regulated by various organizations, such as the:

Food and Drug Administration (FDA) 

Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) 

Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) 

Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labeling of Chemicals (GHS) 

Compliance Label Applications

Compliance labels serve several functions, including conveying the necessary information to consumers to allow them to make informed purchasing decisions, providing directions for safe and proper use, and promoting the product’s benefits. Some of the typical label elements include:

  • Logos 
  • Manufacturer information 
  • Product ingredients and materials 
  • Instructions for use and storage 
  • Warnings and hazard statements 
  • Barcodes, serial numbers, and other product identifiers

The information contained on a compliance label and the label’s construction and performance specifications vary based on industry. For example, some industries may require enhanced durability, tamper-evident indicators, or resistance to water, UV, and chemicals. The following industries maintain specific label requirements:


Chemical labels must identify any potential hazards. If necessary, these warnings may be provided in several languages. The chemical industry also requires these labels to indicate manufacturer, importer, and other related party information, specific product identification information, and any precautionary measures 


Medical labels must be high-quality and durable, as they must withstand the stresses of a hospital environment. These labels typically contain information regarding specific product identifiers, instructions for use, and safety measures. 


In the cosmetics industry, compliance labels must include ingredients along with how much product (by weight or volume) is in the package. Certain types of cosmetics also require warning labels, and some states may require warnings if the product contains certain ingredients. 

Food and Beverage

On food and beverage labels, nutritional information and ingredients must be included. If the contents meet certain qualifications, such as organic or “gluten-free”, that status may also be indicated.

Techprint’s Compliance Label Capabilities

At Techprint, we offer a wide range of printing and finishing capabilities for high-quality compliance labels. Whether you require FDA, EPA, GHS, or another agency’s approval, we can provide you with labels that fulfill your needs. Our printing capabilities include:

  • Silk screening 
  • Flexographic printing 
  • Hot stamping
  • Digital printing 
  • Pad printing 

To support our label printing operations, we also provide:

  • Die cutting 
  • Laser cutting and marking 
  • Laminating 
  • Embossing
  • Slitting 
  • Sheeting 
  • Packaging 

We design, manufacture, and print labels in a variety of styles and finishes on various materials in small to large production runs. Depending on your needs, you can choose from polycarbonate, polyester, polypropylene, PVC, vinyl, acrylic, synthetic paper, aluminum, steel, glass, and many other materials for your labels. 

Contact Us Today for Your Compliance Label Needs

Since 1974, Techprint has provided customers with high-quality printed products, including labels, overlays, membrane switches, and so much more. No matter the size, shape, color, or adhesive type you’re looking for, we can create the labels you want.  

To learn more about our label printing services or to partner with us for your next project, contact us or request a quote today.  

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