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Label / Safety Data Sheet
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Hazard Communication Standard
2012 Revision
Hazard Communication Standard
 OSHA revised HazComm
standard
 Global Harmonized System
of Classification and
Labeling of Chemicals
(GHS)
 Changes in chemical labels
and safety data sheets
Goals of New Standard
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Provide a common and coherent look
Enhance worker comprehension
Reduce confusion
Safer training
Safer handling and use of chemicals
Quicker and more efficient access to data sheets
December 1st, 2013
 Compliance deadline!
 All employees must be
trained on new label
elements and SDS format
Label Information
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Pictogram
Signal word
Hazard statement
Precautionary statement
Product identifier and supplier information
Reclassification Ratings
GHS classification ratings order of severity differ from
NFPA and HMIS:
HMIS/NFPA
0 = least hazardous
4 = most hazardous
GHS
5 = least hazardous
1 = more hazardous
Label Pictograms
 Symbol on white
background with red
square frame
 8 pictograms used by
OSHA
Pictogram: Health Hazard
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Carcinogen
Mutagenicity
Reproductive toxicity
Respiratory sensitizer
Target organ toxicity
Aspiration toxicity
Germ cell mutagens
Pictogram: Flame
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Flammable
Pyrophorics
Self-heating
Emits flammable gas
Self-reactives
Organic peroxides
Pictogram: Exclamation Mark
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Irritant
Skin sensitizer
Acute toxicity
Narcotic effects
Respiratory tract irritant
Hazardous to ozone layer
Pictogram: Gas Cylinder
 Gases under pressure
Pictogram: Corrosion
 Skin corrosion/burns
 Eye damage
 Corrosive to metals
Pictogram: Exploding Bomb
 Explosives
 Self-reactives
 Organic peroxide
Pictogram: Flame Over Circle
 Oxidizers
Pictogram: Skull & Crossbones
 Acute toxicity
 Fatal or toxic
Signal Word
 Single word
 Danger – severe hazards
 Warning – less severe
Hazard Statement
 Assigned to hazard class and category
 Nature of hazard
 Degree of hazard
“Causes serious eye irritation”
“Highly flammable liquid and vapor”
Precautionary Statement
 Minimize/prevent adverse effects from exposure,
improper storage, or handling
“Keep away from heat”
“Wear protective gloves/clothing”
Sample Label
SDS – Safety Data Sheets
 Replaces MSDS
 16 sections listed in specific
order
 Can use MSDS and SDS
sheets during transition
 Recommend changing to
SDS when available
SDS – Section 1: Identification
 Product identifier
 Manufacturer’s contact
information
 Recommended uses of the
product
 Emergency phone number
SDS – Section 2: Hazard Identification
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Pictograms
Hazard statement
Signal words
Precautionary statement
Unclassified hazards
SDS – Section 3:
Composition/Information on Ingredients
 Chemical name
 Common name and
synonyms
 List of all ingredients
SDS – Section 4: First-Aid Measures
 Initial care steps
responding to exposure
 Lists the most significant
effects
 Acute and delayed effects
 Immediate medical
attention
 Special treatment if
necessary
SDS – Section 5:
Fire-Fighting Measures
 Recommendations for
fighting fire caused by
product
 Special protective
equipment and
precautions
 Risks developed during
the fire – hazardous
combustion
SDS – Section 6:
Accidental Release Measures
 Appropriate response to
spills or leaks of product
 Methods and materials
for containment/clean
up
 Precautions, protective
equipment
 Emergency procedures
SDS – Section 7: Handling & Storage
 Precautions for safe
handling
 Conditions for safe storage
SDS – Section 8:
Exposure Controls & Personal Protection
 Measures to minimize
worker exposure
 OSHA PEL
 exposure limits
 PPE
 personal protection
SDS – Section 9:
Physical & Chemical Properties
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Appearance
Odor
pH
Melting/freezing points
Density
Threshold
Pressure
SDS – Section 10:
Stability & Reactivity
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Conditions to avoid
Reactivity
Chemical stability
Possible hazardous reactions
Incompatible materials
SDS – Section 11:
Toxicological Information
 Toxicological effects
 Likely exposure routes
 Delayed and immediate
effects of exposure
 Chronic effects from
short and long term
exposure
SDS – Section 12:
Ecological Information
 Not mandatory
 Information on the
environmental impact
the product causes
SDS – Section 13:
Disposal Information
 Proper disposal and
recycling methods
 Related to product and
container
 Safe handling
SDS – Section 14:
Transport Information
 Classification for
shipping and transport
 Special precautions if
necessary
SDS – Section 15:
Regulatory Information
 Safety regulations
 Health regulations
 Environmental regulations
SDS – Section 16: Other
 Date of preparation of SDS
 Date of last revision made
 What changes were made
Sample SDS
How to Prepare?
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Gather new standard information
Plan the transition
Inventory in-house chemicals
Update MSDS documentation
Update workplace labels
Schedule/conduct training
Implementation
 December 1, 2013 – employees trained on SDS/labels
 June 1, 2015 – manufacturers must comply with all
final rules and provisions
 December 1, 2015 – distributors must cease shipping
products with old labeling
 June 1, 2016 – update all labeling and hazard programs
in the workplace
Resources
 www.ursourcellc.com
 www.osha.gov/dsg/hazcom/index.html
 www.osha.gov/Publications/OSHA3642.pdf
 Training Fact Sheet

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