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safety data sheet

Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) it International document, which is an integral part of the technical documentation for chemical products (substance, mixture, material, industrial waste) and intended to provide the consumer with reliable information on the safety of industrial use, storage, transportation and disposal of chemical products, as well as its use in domestic purposes .

Material Safety Data Sheet is designed for products used in the home or industry and must contain the information necessary to ensure the safety of human life and health safety, property and the environment.

A document required for transportation, customs clearance and receipt of other permits.

MSDS chemical products contains information:

  • the physical characteristics (melting point, boiling point, flash point, etc.);
  • toxicity;
  • the impact on health;
  • on how to provide first aid;
  • chemical activity;
  • about storage conditions;
  • on the processing conditions;
  • about the use of protective equipment and special equipment;
  • the methods of disposal.

Production of chemical products safety data sheets are the responsibility of the company that produces the chemical product, so one and the same substance can be found a few documents MSDS.
They may vary in volume, detail - but in areas relating to safety, the semantic differences are usually not very significant.

Safety Certificate material contains reliable information in the part, which describes the risk of the substance, the rules of work with them, techniques of neutralization.

material security certificate is not the primary source of information; it can not serve as the authoritative directory of physical and chemical characteristics of the substances. In this part, it should be considered only as a reference.

Download safety data sheet (material safety data sheet, MSDS) you are interested in the product, please visit http://www.msds.com/ .


On the territory of the Russian Federation Until the year 1993, there were no unified documents containing all information about chemical products, all its hazardous properties, as well as the safe handling of it in an emergency.
For this reason, information on hazardous substances was disparate, which made it difficult to access it at the right time.

In 1993, the Safety Data Sheets (BOP) were introduced in the Russian Federation as an obligatory part of the technical documentation for chemical products, similar to the Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS). At the initiative of the State Standard, the Ministry of Labor, the Ministry for Emergency Situations, the Ministry of Internal Affairs and the State Mining Technical Inspectorate, GOST R 50587-93 "Material Safety Data Sheet" was put into operation. Basic provisions. Information on ensuring safety during production, use, storage, transportation, disposal ", in which the main requirements for safety were established.

In 1995, on its basis, the interstate standard GOST 30333-95 with the same name was adopted.

In 2007-2009 Developed and implemented its revised version - GOST 30333-2007 "Safety data sheet of chemical products. General requirements", Which is still in effect. Requirements GOST 30333 To the form of presentation and content of the BOP are harmonized with the Globally Harmonized System with the Classification and Labeling of Chemicals (GHS).

The RFB of Russia, fully in accordance with the GHS, has the following national characteristics:

- the title page of the established sample containing all the basic information about the hazardous properties of the product;

- a list of the information sources used, with the help of which the SD is compiled: while checking the origin of that or information;

- examination of the PB for compliance with international and national requirements and subsequent registration in the Information and Analytical Center "Safety of Substances and Materials".

The main task of the chemical safety passport is to inform the consumer about the use, storage, transportation and utilization of chemical products, this document is an obligatory part of the technical documentation for chemical products

The safety data sheet should contain reliable and reliable information, presented in an accessible and concise form, sufficient for the consumer to take the necessary measures to protect people's health and safety in the workplace, protect the environment at all stages of the life cycle of chemical products, including its disposal in the form of waste and must To eliminate the technical barriers to trade in potentially hazardous chemicals, as it is an integral part of the UN Recommendations "Agreed at the global smoother System of Classification and Labeling of Chemicals (GHS). "

One safety data sheet is issued per unit of chemical products and includes the entire brand assortment of these products.
However, in all the cases listed below, the issuance of separate safety data sheets is required:
- brands of products vary in their aggregate state
- brands require different approvals
- brands of products differ from each other in composition, or dangerous properties
- the products are produced according to various regulatory documents.
In addition, it should be noted that: drugs; Minerals (in a state of occurrence); Chemical products by closed nomenclature; Food products; Perfumery and cosmetic products; Radiant, nuclear, as well as radioactive substances - do not require the issuance of a safety data sheet.

 

The table defines the minimum requirements for the composition, content and form of information included in the sections of the PB

numberName of sectionContent
1

Identification of chemical products and information on the manufacturer or supplier

The name of the chemical products that corresponds to the one specified in the normative document.
Other ways of identification.
Recommendations and restrictions on the use of chemical products.
Full official name, address and telephone number of the organization (name of the person) responsible for the production, import and release of chemical products.
Emergency phone number of the organization providing emergency advice

2

Identification of hazards (hazards)

Information on the classification of the hazard of chemical products on the basis of the GHS and in accordance with the legislation in force on the territory of circulation of chemical products.
Labeling elements based on GHS, including precautions. Other hazards not classified by GHS

3

Composition (information on components)

For chemical products that are an individual chemical:

  1. Chemical name in accordance with the requirements of the International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry IUPAC (International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry), chemical formula;
  2. Number of substance in the CAS registry (Chemical Abstracts Service), USA;
  3. Common synonyms, etc .;
  4. Impurities and functional additives present in this product and affecting its danger.

For chemical products that are a mixture of substances:

  1. Information on the composition of the products (by components) that can help the acquirer and other interested persons to determine the risk associated with its use;
  2. For all components that present a hazard to human health or the environment, the following information should be provided: component name and other identification features, concentration or range of concentrations, hazard description (hazard classification, hygienic standards in the work area).

NOTE - If the information on the availability of any components in the product is confidential, then the requirements of special regulatory and legislative acts should be followed. Data on these components should be presented to the extent that guarantees the safety of purchasers

4

First Aid Measures

 

Data on the symptoms of exposure, manifested as if directly affected by chemical products, and after some time.
Description of the necessary measures for the provision of first aid to the victims at the scene of the incident, with the obligatory indication of the cases when the victims should be immediately provided with medical assistance. It is necessary to indicate whether any delayed effects can be expected. At the same time, it is necessary to indicate whether the assistance of a specialist specialist (toxicologist, dermatologist, etc.) is necessary or desirable.

Information on measures to provide first aid to victims should be systematized according to the types (directions) of harmful effects (through respiratory system, when ingested, in the eyes and on the skin)

 

 

5 Measures and means to ensure fire and explosion safety General characteristics of fire and explosion hazard of chemical products. Indicators of fire and explosion hazard. Characteristics of the hazard caused by combustion products and thermal destruction.
Recommended means of extinguishing fires.
Prohibited means of extinguishing fires.
Personal protective equipment for fighting fires.
Specificity for extinguishing
6 Measures to prevent and eliminate emergencies and their consequences Measures to ensure individual and collective safety in emergency and emergency situations, such as the elimination of sources of ignition and dust, the use of respiratory, eye, and skin protection.
Procedure for liquidation of emergency or emergency situations.
Precautions for the elimination of emergency and emergency situations, providing environmental protection (the need and type of insulation, measures to protect ground and surface water, soil, the need to alert residents of nearby areas, etc.).
Methods of neutralization and purification, including the use of sorbents, water and other means to reduce concentration. If necessary, it should be indicated which means and under what conditions can not be used for these purposes
7 Rules for the storage of chemical products and the handling of chemical products during loading and unloading operations

Precautions for handling chemical products, including:

  1. Information on the system of engineering security measures;
  2. Measures to protect the environment;
  3. Recommendations for safe movement and transport.

Conditions and terms of safe storage of chemical products, including
Number of:

  1. Features of the design of storage facilities or tanks, including the presence of impermeable walls (partitions) and ventilation;
  2. List of substances and materials that are incompatible with storage;
  3. Permissible ranges of temperature and humidity, storage requirements for illumination, for medium, for example, in the environment of inert gas;
  4. The need for special electrical equipment and measures to eliminate static electricity;
  5. Limiting quantities of chemical products under certain storage conditions;
  6. Type of material recommended for packaging (packaging);
  7. Additional special requirements for storage conditions
8 Means of monitoring for hazardous effects and personal protective equipment Parameters subject to mandatory control, their maximum permissible values, biologically safe for personnel (with reference to standards and other regulatory documents by which they are defined).
Measures to ensure and monitor the established parameters.
Information on personal protective equipment
9 Physicochemical characteristics

Physical state (solid, liquid, gaseous) with color.
Odor (odor threshold).
Melting / freezing temperature.
The initial boiling point and the boiling temperature range. Flash point.
Ignition temperature.
Autoignition temperature.
Decomposition temperature.
Upper / lower flammability limits or limits of explosiveness.

Vapor pressure (depending on temperature). Density of steam (depending on pressure). Density.
Viscosity.
Hydrogen index (pH).
Solubility (in a specific medium). Coefficient of distribution: n-octanol / water

10 Stability and reactivity Chemical stability.
Possibility of hazardous reactions.
Conditions to avoid (eg static discharge, shock or vibration).
Incompatible substances and materials.
Hazardous decomposition products
11 Information on toxicity

A brief but exhaustive description of the toxicological consequences in the case of human contact with chemical products, including:

  1. Information on the possible routes of exposure (through respiratory system, when ingested, in the eyes and on the skin);
  2. Information on hazardous to human health effects in direct contact with chemical products, as well as the consequences of these effects and information on the hazardous long-term effects of exposure to the body (eg sensitization, carcinogenicity, reproductive toxicity, etc.);
  3. Indicators of acute toxicity; Dose (concentration), having a minimum toxic effect, and other numerical values ​​characterizing the effect of chemical products on human health
12 Information on the impact on the environment Assessment of possible environmental impacts (air, water, soil).
Data on stability and transformation in the environment. Ecotoxicity indicators.
Data on migration (in soil).
Hygienic standards in environmental objects.
Other adverse effects
13 Recommendations for disposal of waste (residues) Recommendations for safe handling of chemical waste products (residues).
Information on waste disposal, recycling and / or disposal in accordance with applicable national legislation.
Ways and places of liquidation (destruction) of waste and contaminated packaging (packaging)
14 Information for transportation (transportation) UN number in accordance with the UN Recommendations.
Proper shipping name in accordance with the UN Recommendations and / or shipping name.
Types of vehicles.
Hazard classification during transport.
Transport marking and packing group.
Information on whether chemical products are related to marine and aquatic pollutants.
Recommendations for the safe transport (including in-house) in accordance with the regulations in force
15 Information about national and international legislation Information about the legislation regulating the circulation of chemical products.
Information about the documentation, regulating the requirements for protection of man and the environment.
Information on international warning labels
16 Additional Information When reviewing (re-issuing) the safety data sheet, you should indicate which sections have been changed.
List of data sources used in compiling the safety data sheet