Albert Labeling Capabilities: Inventory Labels vs. Batch Labels

Albert provides a sophisticated labeling system to streamline the management of chemical inventory and batches, allowing you to download and print labels for your Inventory items, equipment, lots, and batches. 

Inventory Labels are designed to provide detailed information about individual inventory items, whereas Batch Labels are intended to deliver comprehensive information about the mixtures of these items. Both types of labels are designed to ensure compliance with safety standards and regulations, and to provide users with critical information needed to safely handle and store chemical substances.

Inventory Labels

Inventory labels provide up-to-date information on individual Inventory items. These labels contain information about the Inventory items, such as the chemical name, quantity, hazards, storage class, and more. 

One of the key features of Albert's Inventory labels is that they print with the pictograms from the Safety Data Sheet (SDS) of the Inventory item with the most recent validity or revision date. This ensure that users have access to the most current safety information regarding the handling, storage, and disposal of each Inventory item.

Note: If you store an SDS as a note or attachment against a lot of an Inventory item, Albert will not use this SDS for the information that is printed on the label. Albert will use the SDS associated with the parent Inventory item to derive which pictograms and hazards should be printed on the label. 


Batch Labels

Batch labels are generated based on the information from the Batch Task, providing details about the composition of the batch, the batch number, creation date, and more. 

Batch labels employ the SDS rule engine to obtain all Chemical Abstracts Service (CAS) information, which defines safety measures, potential hazards, and handling instructions for the batch. 

Pictograms on Batch Labels are calculated based on the jurisdiction of the batch label and the regulation based on the CAS information, ensuring that labels are compliant with local regulations and provide relevant safety information. 

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