Our New Guide Helps You Know Which Chemicals Require a Safety Data Sheet
Most EHS professionals know that they need to have safety data sheets (SDSs) for the chemicals in their workplace, but often wonder if they need to have SDSs for all of their chemicals. If they do not, what are the exceptions and when do they apply?
At VelocityEHS, we get this question often. That’s why we put together a definitive resource to help EHS stakeholders like you better understand your SDS requirements.
Our new guide “Does This Product Require a Safety Data Sheet?” summarizes key information about SDS requirements from the HazCom standard, as well as OSHA guidance documents. We designed the guide to be a “go-to” resource with answers to common questions, and details about where to obtain additional information from OSHA’s regulations.
By downloading and using our guide, you’ll learn about:
- Nuances of SDS requirements for closed containers and consumer products
- OSHA’s guidance on office products
- Products listed as exempt from SDS requirements in the HazCom Standard
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We develop our platform and our guidance resources, including this new SDS requirements guide, based on the feedback of EHS professionals just like you, so your feedback is always welcome. Please feel free to contact us to share your thoughts or learn more about the ways we can help you meet your safety and sustainability goals.
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