- What is an SDS?
- Why do I need to know about SDS?
- What is the Hazard Communication Standard (HCS)?
- What does RTK mean?
- Who determines if a product needs an SDS?
- What information is required to be included on an SDS?
- Who decides what other information should be included in an SDS?
- Will all SDS look the same?
Employee Access to SDS
- Does OSHA allow for electronic access to SDS?
- What does OSHA mean when they say my employee access must be readily available?
- How often do I need to update my SDS?
- Can I keep other documents in place of an SDS?
- Does every product need an SDS?
- Who is responsible for sending me the SDS?
- Do I have to keep all the SDS that are sent to me?
- If I obtain the same chemical from multiple suppliers, do I need an SDS from each manufacturer?
- How long do I need to keep an SDS after we discontinue use of the product?
OSHA's Hazard Communication Standard
- Has OSHA updated the Hazard Communication Standard?
- Why was the standard changed?
- When does the standard take effect?
- When does my Hazard Communication program need to be updated to ensure compliance with the new rule?
- What has changed?
- Do changes in the Hazard Communication Standard affect other OSHA standards?
- Do I have to do something new or different to evaluate chemical hazards?
- What is different about primary container labels?
- What does OSHA require on secondary container labels?
- What do the pictograms look like?
- Do I need to replace all my MSDS?
- Is an executive summary of changes available?
- Where can I find a copy of OSHA’s Hazard Communication Standard?