The Safety Data Sheet is the internationally accepted basis for supplying sound written scientific information on hazardous substances. They provide essential information that includes details on how to use substances safely without harmful effects to people or the environment.
This program covers:
• The basic layout of Safety Data Sheets
• Why SDSs are commonly used
• A breakdown on the most important safety related sections found in most SDSs, including:
Hazard Identification, Exposure Controls and Personal Protection, Physical and Chemical Properties, Stability and Reactivity, and Toxicological Information.
Safety Data Sheets can be challenging to read and understand. Having an ability to properly interpret them will make it easier to arrive at informed decisions regarding the use of hazardous substances. 11 minutes.