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Checklist For MSDS Compliance Mobile App

The Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) provides comprehensive information on the chemical products for use in workplace chemical management. Chemical manufacturers and importers are required to obtain or develop a msds sheets for each chemical they produce or import. Distributors are responsible for ensuring that their customers are provided a copy of these material safety data sheets.

Use the Checklist For MSDS Compliance mobile app with your smartphone or tablet to ensure employers and workers use the msds sheets as sources of information about chemical hazards and to obtain advice on occupational safety. The MSDS information enables the employer to develop an active program of occupational safety measures, including training, which is specific to the individual workplace and to consider any measures that may be necessary to protect the health and safety of the environment. MSDS information is also useful for those transporting dangerous goods, emergency responders, medical personnel and poison centers, and those involved with applying pesticides.

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Take a peek inside the Checklist For MSDS Compliance Mobile App

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    Have you read and understood the MSDS requirements?

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    If you sell hazardous chemicals, have you submitted an MSDS to each purchaser prior to sending or along with the initial shipment of each hazardous chemical?

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    Do you have an MSDS for each chemical on your chemical inventory to determine which MSDS you must obtain?

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    Have you taken action to obtain those MSDSs you don’t have in use?

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    Have you evaluated your MSDSs for “obvious inaccuracies” such as missing information, blank fields, and outdated forms?

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    Are your MSDSs “immediately available” to your workers?

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    Are all of your MSDSs at least in English?

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    Does the chemical identity on the MSDS match the chemical identity on the container label and on the chemical inventory?

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    Do you have MSDSs for the chemicals created in your facility, such as welding fumes, the by--products of combustion, and carbon monoxide?

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    Have you trained your employees on how to read an MSDS and where they can find them?

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    The Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) provides comprehensive information on the chemical for use in workplace chemical management.

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    Employers and workers use the MSDSs as sources of information about hazards and to obtain advice on safety precautions.

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    MSDS information is also useful for those transporting dangerous goods, emergency responders, medical personnel and poison centers, and those involved with applying pesticides.

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    The revised Hazard Communication Standard (HCS) will affect how we approach MSDSs.

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    Currently, the HCS specifies what information must appear on the MSDS, but not the format of the MSDS.

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    Certain information must appear on the MSDS:

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    The identity used on the label (the chemical and common names);

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    If the substance is a mixture, all ingredients which are health hazards and in a concentration of 1% or more; for carcinogens, the concentration must be 0.

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    Physical and chemical characteristics of the hazardous chemical (such as vapor pressure, flash points);

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    The physical hazards of the hazardous chemical;

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    The health hazards of the hazardous chemical;

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    The primary routes of entry;

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    The OSHA permissible exposure level, ACGIH TLV, and any other exposure limit used or recommended by the manufacturer;

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    Whether the chemical is a carcinogen (listed in the NTP, or the IARC, or by OSHA);

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    Precautions for safe handling and use;

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    Recommended engineering controls;

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    Emergency/first aid procedures;

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    Date of preparation; and

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