What is a Safety Data Sheet?
A safety data sheet, or SDS, is a standardised document that contains information about occupational safety and health. The International Hazard Communication Standard (HCS) requires chemical makers to provide a Safety Data Sheet to chemical handlers in order to communicate hazard information about their products. Chemical characteristics, health and environmental hazards, preventive measures, and safety precautions for storing, handling, and transporting chemicals are often included in SDSs.
The Globally Harmonized System of Classification (GHS) is a collection of worldwide rules produced by the United Nations. These regulations were developed to assure the safe manufacture, handling, use, disposal, and transportation of hazardous materials. The GHS classification system is used to:
- Sort chemical information and danger criteria.
- Determine the health, physical, and environmental dangers of a chemical.
- Provide a well-defined mechanism for communicating danger information and precautionary measures to chemical makers and distributors.
Steps to find your safety data sheet
Step 1: Find your product
Find your product either by browsing through the relevant category, or use our search bar.
Step 2: Go to the product page
Step 3: Scroll down and look for the “datasheets” tab
Almost all the products on our website have safety data sheets or technical data sheets available to download however if you can’t find any feel free to contact us.
Step 4: Download your safety data sheet
You can download the data sheet by clicking on the filename with the “SDS”.
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