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Safety Data Sheets (SDS)

According to the International Hazard Communication Standard (HCS), every chemical manufacturer is required to communicate the hazard information of the chemicals it deals with to the chemical handlers. This is done via Safety Data Sheets.

Each safety data sheet should have the following information:

  • Chemical and physical properties
  • Health hazards
  • First aid recommendations
  • Personal protection
  • Fire and reactivity data
  • Spill and disposal procedures
  • Storage and handling

GHS details that SDS are used to:

  • Classify chemical data and hazard criteria.
  • Identify a chemical's health, physical, and environmental hazards.
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What are Safety Data Sheets?

Safety Data Sheets are standardized documents that provide chemical handlers with important information about chemicals such as their properties, health and environmental hazards, protective measures, as well as safety precautions for storing, handling, and transporting chemicals.

Normally, SDS contain sixteen sections and it is imperative for chemical manufacturers to ensure that their buyers have access to the safety data sheets for all hazardous chemicals.

To comply with the international requirements and to help keep your employees safe, Smith Sanitation has created SDS for all the chemicals we deal with.

Make sure you check the information in the sheets before you move on to purchasing and handling hazardous chemicals.


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