The new hazardous symbols are called the Global Harmonized System (GHS).
Some are very much the same as the old black image on an orange square but now it will look very similar to signs you will see on the back of tanker trucks. These are a diamond shape or a square standing on a corner if you like and the orange has been done away with. Now it’s a red frame with white background.
The only new symbols are the gas cylinder on the left side of the middle row and the middle image on the bottom row which indicates a carcinogen (cancer risk). The exclamation mark has replaced both the Irritant and Hazard symbols which were a large X. The orange symbols will still be used but the new symbols will become more visible in the market and working environment. This is a good time to update your COSHH training and awareness as well as your risk assessmenst to include any new products with the updated GHS symbols.