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USING PICTOGRAM IN SPEAKING

What are pictograms?
Generally speaking, a pictogram is a symbol or picture which represents a word or idea. We
see pictograms everyday in signs and labels. We are all familiar with the “No Smoking”
pictogram posted in public buildings. and the “No diving” signs painted on the decks of
swimming pools. The Department of Transportation (DOT) routinely requires labels with
pictograms for vehicles carrying hazardous materials.

How does the GHS define pictograms?
The distinction between pictogram and symbol is important: Certain circumstances require a
pictogram, while others require only the symbol or pictogram name.
Under the GHS, a pictogram is a graphical composition representation that includes a
symbol plus other graphic elements, such as a border, background pattern or color intended
to convey specific information. In the most basic terms, a pictogram is a picture plus a
border used to convey information. See the GHS pictograms on the next page. 
A symbol is a graphical element intended to succinctly convey information – it is the
picture or graphic without the border or background color. See ‘When are pictograms
and symbols required under the GHS?’ below.
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