With the globally harmonized system for hazard communication (GHS) implementation, all material safety data sheets (MSDS) need to be updated to safety data. chloroethylene; Ethene, chloro-; Chloroethene; Vinyl chloride, monomer; Ethene, chloro- Read and follow all Safety Data Sheets (SDS’S) before use. This material is considered hazardous by the OSHA Hazard Communication Standard . Propane. Propyl hydride; n-Propane; Dimethyl methane; Bottled gas; propane in gaseous state; Read and follow all Safety Data Sheets (SDS’S) before use. . Accidental releases pose a serious fire or explosion hazard.
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In the SDS table, we’ve included columns indicating status: See also Periodicity of SDS. Bi-directional boosters, Division 1. Detonating cord, Division 1.
Detonators electric, EFI detonators, and detonating fuzes. Kodiak Enhanced Perforating System Disks. Perforating guns, Division 1. Power charges, Division 1.
Shaped charges, Division 1. We often get comments that these SDS are expiring or have expired and inquiries regarding when will they be updated.
Please consider the following: Instead, in 29 CFR For more on this, please refer to: On October 1,new rules HM go into effect that will change the labeling of packages containing bromine trifluoride. Previously, one of the subsidiary labels required was the Poison 6 label below, left. With implementation of HM, for poisons that are also inhalation hazards, such as bromine trifluoride, that label is being replaced with a new Inhalation Hazard label below, right.
Propane Gas Labels – HazCom
The example below illustrates proper labeling and marking of packages containing bromine trifluoride. If you have any questions, comments, or problems regarding this web site, please contact webmaster ocsresponds.
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