12. Except in the case described in section 13, when a hazardous product that has a label is transfilled, the employer must ensure that the container into which the product is transfilled has a label that is similar to that of the original container and contains the same information.
However, the employer is not required to reproduce the pictogram, if any, in the case of a product having a label associated with an exemption referred to in Part 5 of the Hazardous Products Regulations (SOR/2015-17). If the product was obtained from a supplier to whom such an exemption has not been granted, the employer may affix a workplace label on the container into which the employer transfills the hazardous product instead of reproducing the supplier’s label.
If the transfilled product is a product referred to in subparagraph 1, 5, 6, 7 or 8 of the second paragraph of section 3, the employer must, if not reproducing the same information as that set out on the original container, affix a workplace label.
If the transfilled product is hazardous waste referred to in subparagraph 2 of the second paragraph of section 3, the employer may, instead of affixing a workplace label, use a sign that meets the requirements set out in the second paragraph of section 24 and in section 25.
The employer must also make sure the label on a container corresponds to the product in the container.