The SDS authors at Dynalene can help classify your materials to determine any required labeling and hazard information. We can also review your current SDS to make sure it meets GHS/REACH/CLP compliance, and identify any additional information necessary to meet that compliance.
OSHA has implemented a new SDS (formerly MSDS) hazardous chemical communication requirement which harmonizes it with the United Nations’ Global Harmonized System of Classification (GHS). The new system focuses on the structure of the SDS, requiring a consistent 16-section format. The purpose of the SDS is to provide critical information to the user on how to handle and store the product. Each section of the SDS is designated to provide pertinent information to the user. Sections include: