Safety Data Sheets - Templates
Safety data sheets (SDS) include information about the properties of the substance or mixture, its hazards and instructions for handling, disposal and transport and also first-aid, fire-fighting and exposure control measures. ... A substance or mixture that is classified as hazardous according to CLP and or the UN GHS require an uptodate SDS.http://https://echa.europa.eu/safety-data-sheets
A safety data sheet should be provided to downstream users for:
1) A substance or mixture that is classified as hazardous according to CLP.
2) A substance that is persistent, bioaccumulative and toxic (PBT) or very persistent and very bioaccumulative (vPvB), or
3) A substance that is included in the Candidate List of substances of very high concern (SVHCs).
The safety data sheet should be updated without delay if new information becomes available on the hazards or the need for more stringent risk management measures. When downstream users receive a safety data sheet, they need to identify and apply appropriate measures to adequately control the risks. Suppliers and recipients of SDSs are encouraged to check that the required information is provided. A checklist was developed by ECHA and enforcement authorities and is available for this purpose. Downstream users are encouraged to inform their suppliers about inaccuracies or inconsistencies in the SDS received.
The substances, Manganese (powder), Manganese dichloride, Manganese sulfate, manganese dinitrate, Trimanganese tetraoxide, Manganese dioxide, Manganese sulfide and Manganese Ores, reduced meet the criteria listed in 1) above, hence as firdt steps, an SDS templates have been generated to support the respective SIEFs/industry for the first 6 substances on the list above.
Request your Safety Data Sheet Templates for the following substances:
1. Manganese (powder)
2. Manganese dichloride
3. Manganese sulfate
4. Manganese dinitrate
5. Trimanganese tetraoxide
6. Manganese dioxide