Each safety data sheet (SDS) gathers information regarding risks, protection measures and first aid when using and manipulating chemicals.
They allow any user to know what behavior he has to adopt in case of an incident.
The comprehensive information about chemicals are classified into 16 distinct topics allowing quick access to the necessary information to prevent chemical risks.
The 16 sections that make up a safety data sheet are as follows:
- Identification of the substance / mixture and of the provider
- Composition / information on ingredients
- Hazard identification
- First aid
- Fire-fighting measures
- Measures in case of accidental dispersion
- Handling and storage
- Exposure control and personal protection
- Physical and chemical properties
- Stability and reactivity
- Toxicological information
- Ecological information
- Disposal considerations
- Transport information
- Regulatory information
- Other information
Each topic targets a specific category, thus allowing the user to quickly find the section corresponding to the necessary information. Once the information found, the user can act safe and securely!
Read more about each topic in our previous article: The 16 sections of a safety data sheet
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