In Korea, the standard for classification and labelling of chemical substances and MSDS
requires not only that the supplier should provide an MSDS
to the customer, but that the recipient has an obligation to provide a confirmation of receipt back to the sender.
Ask a shipmate if he or she can retrieve an MSDS
for hazmat you currently have checked out and see how long it takes him or her to find it, if at all.
The present investigation revealed that some mango varieties had more prevalence of MSDS
than others and the age-wise differences were also noticed.
A new e-course, "WHMIS: Understanding MSDSs
," from the Canadian Centre for Occupational Health and Safety (CCOHS) provides guidance on how to understand and use material safety data sheets (MSDSs
Individual brand entries include complete manufacturer contact information, an overview of acute and chronic health effects the product may cause, recommendations for first aid, tips for safely storing and disposing of the product, and a listing of ingredients from the MSDS
or product label.
must be posted and readily available throughout your facility in case of any accident or emergency caused by chemical contact or use.
For each hazardous chemical kept on-site, there must be an up-to-date MSDS
that includes the identity of the substance, its physical and health hazards, possible control measures, personal protective equipment required during use, first-aid requirements and accident mitigation information.
EMS has an MSDS
Management tool that maintains MSDS
's in an updatable, cross-referenced database.
IHS has teamed with Dolphin, specialists in electronic MSDS
management, to provide this Hazard Communication (HazCom) solution.
OSHA standards require that these MSDS
forms be easily accessible to employees.
Also, by coupling the system with the MSDS
management system software, facilities can accurately determine which chemicals in a standing inventory have MSDS
's on file and which ones do not.
lists information about the spray, including the product name, chemical name, chemical family, materials contained in the spray unit, and known hazards.