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Title: MSDS = Material Safety Data Sheet


1
MSDS Material Safety Data Sheet
  • The MSDS lists the chemical ingredients of the
    substance.
  • Some list only the dangerous chemicals, while
    others list every ingredient, even if the
    chemical is not hazardous.

MSDS
2
The Purpose of a MSDS is to tell you.
  • Materials Physical Properties
  • Health Hazard Data
  • Fire and Explosion Data
  • Reactivity Data
  • Spill Leak Procedures
  • Special Protection Information protective
    gear needed
  • Special Precautions / How to respond to
    accidents.
  • Company Info for phone of emergency
    contacts

3
Who Supplies MSDS to Product Users?
  • All manufacturers of hazardous
    chemicals are required to provide one of
    these sheets for all products which they
    sell
  • http//www.med-chem.com/MSDS/100_iso.htm

4
Your Employee Rights Student Rights
  • Your employer must have an MSDS for every
    hazardous substance that you use as part of your
    job
  • These MSDSs must be available to you in the
    workplace
  • If you request to see a copy of an MSDS for a
    product you use and it is not provided in 1
    working day, then you may refuse to work with the
    product in the area that it is used
  • If requested, your employer must provide a
    personal copy of an MSDS within 15 working days

5
Labeling and Marking Systems
  • All chemical containers must be labeled
  • Acceptable systems include
  • NFPA-704 diamonds (National Fire
    Protection Agency)
  • HMIS labels (Hazardous Materials
    Identification System)
  • Manufacturers original label
  • Other

6
Labeling and Marking Systems NFPA-704 Diamonds
  • Color coded
  • numerical rating system
  • Provide at-a-glance hazard information

7
Labeling and Marking Systems NFPA-704 Diamonds
  • Blue Health
  • Red Flammability
  • Yellow Reactivity
  • White Special hazard information

8
Labeling and Marking Systems NFPA-704 Diamonds
  • 4 Deadly Hazard
  • 3 Severe Hazard
  • 2 Moderate Hazard
  • 1 Slight Hazard
  • 0 No Hazard

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HEALTH
  • 4 Deadly Slightest exposure to this substance
    would be life threatening. Only specialized
    protective clothing should be worn.
  • 3 Extreme Danger Serious injury from exposure to
    this substance. Do not expose any body surface to
    these materials. Follow full protective measures.
  • 2 Dangerous Exposure would be hazardous to
    health. Protective measures indicated.
  • 1 Slight Hazard irritation or minor injury would
    result from exposure to this substance.
    Protective measures are indicated.
  • 0 No Hazard exposure to this substance offers no
    significant risk to health.

11
FLAMMABILITY
  • 4 Very Flammable, volatile or explosive depending
    on its state Flash Point below 73ºF Boiling
    Point below 100ºF. Extreme caution should be
    used in handling or storing of these materials.
  • 3 Flammable, volatile or explosive under normal
    temperature conditions Flash Point Below 100ºF.
    Exercise great caution in storage or handling.
  • 2 Moderately heated conditions may ignite this
    substance Flash Point Below 200ºF. Caution in
    handling.
  • 1 Combustible, must be preheated to ignite Flash
    Point Above 200ºF. Most combustible solids fit
    this category.
  • 0 Will Not Burn

12
INSTABILITY
  • 4 May Detonate capable of detonation or
    explosion at normal temperatures and pressures.
    Evacuate area if exposed to heat or fire.
  • 3 Explosive capable of detonation or explosion
    by a strong initiating source, such as heat,
    shock or water. Monitor from behind
    explosion-resistant barriers.
  • 2 Unstable violent chemical changes are possible
    at normal or elevated temperatures and pressures.
    Potentially violent or explosive reaction may
    occur when mixed with water. Monitor from a safe
    distance.
  • 1 Normally Stable may become unstable at
    elevated temperatures and pressures or when mixed
    with water. Approach with caution.
  • 0 Stable remain stable when exposed to heat,
    pressure or water.

13
Labeling and Marking Systems HMIS Labels
  • Designed to go on individual containers of
    products that dont have manufacturers labels
  • Same color code /numerical rating
    system as the NFPA
    diamonds

14
Labeling and Marking Systems HMIS Labels
  • Blue Health
  • Red Flammability
  • Yellow Reactivity
  • White Personal Protective Equipment or
    special protection information
  • Indicates numerical
  • Hazard Rating of 0-4

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Chemical Hazard Communications
  • BE SAFE,
  • NOT SORRY!
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