Understanding MSDS

Information about Understanding MSDS

Published on January 17, 2008

Author: Quintilliano

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UNDERSTANDING MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEETS (MSDS):  UNDERSTANDING MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEETS (MSDS) Jason Marshall Toxics Use Reduction Institute Surface Cleaning Laboratory THE PURPOSE OF A MSDS:  THE PURPOSE OF A MSDS INFORM THE PUBLIC Material’s physical properties Material’s fast-acting health effects that make it dangerous The level of protective gear/equipment First aid treatment Preplanning and responding to accidents WHERE TO GET A MSDS:  WHERE TO GET A MSDS Manufacturers Internet Vermont Safety Information Resources Over 100,000 MSDSs http://hazard.com/msds Distributors WHAT IS ON A MSDS:  WHAT IS ON A MSDS MSDS Dictionary General Layout Occupational Safety & Health Administration (OSHA) American National Standards Institute (ANSI) Example OSHA MSDS SETUP:  OSHA MSDS SETUP Section I Supplier Information Section II Hazard Ingredients / Identity Information Section III Physical / Chemical Properties Section IV Fire and Explosion Hazard Data Section V Reactivity Data Section VI Health Hazard Data Section VII Precautions For Safe Handling and Use Section VIII Control Measures ANSI MSDS LAYOUT SECTION I & II:  ANSI MSDS LAYOUT SECTION I & II SECTION I Chemical Product & Company Identification Synonyms CAS No Molecular Weight Chemical Formula Product Codes SECTION II Composition/Information on Ingredients Ingredient CAS No Percent Hazardous ANSI MSDS LAYOUT SECTION III:  ANSI MSDS LAYOUT SECTION III Hazard Identification Emergency Overview Health Rating Flammability Rating Reactivity Rating Contact Rating Lab Protective Equip Storage Color Code Potential Health Effects Inhalation Ingestion Skin Contact Eye Contact Chronic Exposure Aggravation of Pre-existing Conditions ANSI MSDS LAYOUT SECTION IV & V:  ANSI MSDS LAYOUT SECTION IV & V SECTION IV First Aid Measures Inhalation Ingestion Skin Contact Eye Contact SECTION V Fire Fighting Measures Fire Explosion Fire Extinguishing Media Special Information ANSI MSDS LAYOUT SECTION VI, VII, VIII:  ANSI MSDS LAYOUT SECTION VI, VII, VIII SECTION VI Accidental Release Measures SECTION VII Handling & Storage SECTION VIII Exposure Controls/ Personal Protection Airborne Exposure Limits Ventilation System Personal Respirators Skin Protection Eye Protection ANSI MSDS LAYOUT SECTION IX & X:  ANSI MSDS LAYOUT SECTION IX & X SECTION IX Properties Appearance Odor Solubility Specific Gravity pH % Volatiles by volume Boiling Point Melting Point Vapor Density (Air=1) Evaporation Rate(BuAc=1) Vapor Pressure SECTION X Stability and Reactivity Stability Hazardous Decomposition Products Hazardous Polymerization Incompatibilities Conditions to Avoid ANSI MSDS LAYOUT SECTION XI, XII, XIII, XIV, XV:  ANSI MSDS LAYOUT SECTION XI, XII, XIII, XIV, XV SECTION XI Toxicological Information SECTION XII Ecological Information Environmental Fate Environmental Toxicity SECTION XIII Disposal Considerations SECTION XIV Transportation Information Domestic (Land, D.O.T.) International (Water, I.M.O.) Proper Shipping Name Hazard Class UN/NA Information reported for product/size SECTION XV Regulatory Information Chemical Inventory Status Federal, State & Int. Regulations ANSI MSDS LAYOUT SECTION XVI:  ANSI MSDS LAYOUT SECTION XVI Other Information NFPA Ratings Label Hazard Warning Label Precautions Label First Aid Product Use Revision Information Disclaimer Prepared by HAZARDOUS MATERIALS INFORMATION SYSTEM:  HAZARDOUS MATERIALS INFORMATION SYSTEM HMIS/NFPA Health Fire Reactivity Personal Protection Equipment (PPE) 4 = Severe Hazard 3 = Serious Hazard 2 = Moderate Hazard 1 = Slight Hazard 0 = Minimal Hazard PPE = If not listed here, see section 8 WHAT IS MISSING FROM MSDS:  WHAT IS MISSING FROM MSDS Operating Conditions Equipment Concentrations Temperatures Time Substrate Contaminants Technical Data Sheets Getting Chemical Information:  Getting Chemical Information Toxics Use Reduction Institute Getting Chemical Information:  Getting Chemical Information TURI – Chemical Factsheets-www.turi.org/community Toxicological, Occupational, Medical, & Environmental Series (TOMES) Database Merck Chemical Index Listing of chemicals and their properties Helps to fill any missing or misunderstood information Getting Chemical Information:  Getting Chemical Information Toxnet – http://toxnet.nlm.hih.gov Links to several chemical databases New Jersey Chemical Factsheets http://www.state.nj.us.health/eoh/rtkweb/rtkhsfs.htm Extoxnet – pesticide information profiles, chemical factsheets http://ace.orst.edu/info/extoxnet/ CHOOSING AMONG PRODUCT ALTERNATIVES:  CHOOSING AMONG PRODUCT ALTERNATIVES Safer Alternatives Quick Check What to Look For In depth Investigating SCL’s “SAFER” ALTERNATIVES for Cleaning:  What are the options Non-Ozone Depleting Substance (non-ODS) Non-Volatile Organic Compounds (non-VOC) Zero Global Warming Potential (GWP = 0) Low or No Toxicity Non-Flammable pH (2.5  pH  11) HMIS/NFPA ( 2) SCL’s “SAFER” ALTERNATIVES for Cleaning Specific Environmental Indicators:  Specific Environmental Indicators Non Petroleum Surfactants Non Toxic No EDTA No NTA No Glycol Ethers No Phenolics No Chlorine bleach Biodegradable Phosphate Free Concentrated Works in cold water VOC < 10% Recyclable Container Moderate pH NFPA Rating:  NFPA Rating The National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) has developed a system for indicating the health, flammability and reactivity hazards of chemicals. General Rating System- Labels:  General Rating System- Labels Health (Blue) 4 Danger - May be fatal on short exposure. Specialized protective equipment required 3 Warning - Corrosive or toxic. Avoid skin contact or inhalation 2 Warning - May be harmful if inhaled or absorbed 1 Caution - May be irritating 0 No unusual hazard Typical Cleaning Products:  Typical Cleaning Products ALL PURPOSE CLEANERS Alternative Product:  Alternative Product ALL PURPOSE CLEANER Health:0 Flammability:0 Reactivity:0 Comparison of Products:  Comparison of Products MSDS Review of Ecolab:  MSDS Review of Ecolab 1.0 IDENTIFICATION 1.1 Product Name: OASIS 266 1.2 Product Type: All Purpose Cleaner Concentrate ++SARA 13 Toxic Chemical, If present, Are Preceded by “#” 2 .0 HAZARDOUS COMPONENTS (mg/m3) % PEL Other 2.1 #Nony1pheno1 ethoxylate 9016-45-9 10.0 None UNK 2.2 A1ky1dimethy1benzyl ammonium chlorides 1.0 None UNK 68424-85-1 2.3 This product contains no other components considered hazardous according to the criteria of 29 CFR 1910.1200  3.0 PHYSI CAL DATA 3.1 Appearance: Clear yellow liquid; citrus fragrance. 3.2 Solubility in Water: Complete 3.3 pH: (100%) 7.5-8.5; (1%) 7.0-8.0 3.4 Boiling Point: >212 deg F 3.5 Specific Gravity: 1.020-1.060 4.0 FIRE AND EXPLOSION DATA 4.1 Special Fire Hazards: None. 4.2 Fire Fighting Methods: Product does not support combustion. Ecolab 266 5-7:  Ecolab 266 5-7 5.0 REACTIVITY DATA 5.1 stabl1ity: Stable under normal conditions of handling. 5.2 Conditions to Avoid: Do not mix with anything but water. 6.0 SPILL OR LEAK PROCEDURES 6.1 C1eanup: Dike or dam large spills. Pump to containers or soak up on inert absorbent. Flush residue to sanitary sewer. 6.2 Waste Disposal: Consult state and local authorities for restrictions on disposal of chemical waste. 7.0 HEALTH HAZARD DATA CAUTION 7.1 Effects of Overexposure to Concentrate: Skin and Eyes: May cause irritation. If Swallowed: May cause stomach distress, nausea or vomiting. 8.0 FIRST AID 8.1 Eyes: Flush immediately with plenty of cool running water. contact lenses, if used and then flush again. 8.2 Skin: Flush skin with water, then wash with soap and water. 8.3 If Swallowed: Rinse mouth; then drink l or 2 large glasses of water. DO NOT induce vomiting. Never give anything, by mouth to an unconscious person. IF IRRITATION OR DISCOMFORT PERSISTS, CALL A PHYSICIAN. 9.0 PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT 9.1 CONCENTRATE: No requirements beyond standard industrial hygiene practices 10.0 ADDITIONAL INFORMATION/PRECAUTIONS KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN The above information is believed to be correct with, respect to the formula used to manufacture the product. As data, standards and regulations change, and conditions of use and handling are beyond our control, NO WARRANTY, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, IS MADE A COMPLETENESS OR CONTINUING ACCURACY OF THIS INFORMATION. :  8.0 FIRST AID 8.1 Eyes: Flush immediately with plenty of cool running water. contact lenses, if used and then flush again. 8.2 Skin: Flush skin with water, then wash with soap and water. 8.3 If Swallowed: Rinse mouth; then drink l or 2 large glasses of water. DO NOT induce vomiting. Never give anything, by mouth to an unconscious person. IF IRRITATION OR DISCOMFORT PERSISTS, CALL A PHYSICIAN. 9.0 PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT 9.1 CONCENTRATE: No requirements beyond standard industrial hygiene practices 10.0 ADDITIONAL INFORMATION/PRECAUTIONS KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN The above information is believed to be correct with, respect to the formula used to manufacture the product. As data, standards and regulations change, and conditions of use and handling are beyond our control, NO WARRANTY, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, IS MADE A COMPLETENESS OR CONTINUING ACCURACY OF THIS INFORMATION. Ecolab 266 8-10 QUESTIONS?:  QUESTIONS? Answers

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