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What is MSDS mean?

Material Safety Data Sheet

Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) is a document that contains information on the potential hazards (health, fire, reactivity, and environmental) and how to work safely with the chemical product.


What is the difference between MSDS and SDS?

There is no difference between an MSDS and an SDS, as both are generic terms for safety data sheets. A GHS compliant safety data sheet is an SDS but not an MSDS. … In order for an SDS to be GHS compliant, it must have 16 sections in the proper order with the relevant information for each section.



How do I get an MSDS sheet?

You can also get an MSDS for the hazardous component of your product from the essential oil manufacturer or supplier and submit that, but Amazon might reject it as not being specific enough. Quality-wise the absolute best way, but also the most expensive, is to get a professional to create an MSDS for you.



Who provides MSDS sheets?

The Hazard Communication Standard (HCS) (29 CFR 1910.1200(g)), revised in 2012, requires that the chemical manufacturer, distributor, or importer provide Safety Data Sheets (SDSs) (formerly MSDSs or Material Safety Data Sheets) for each hazardous chemical to downstream users to communicate information on these hazards.



Why is MSDS so important?

Safety data sheets are important in helping you, or anyone you supply, to make the workplace safe and to protect the environment. More specifically, a safety data sheet contains information to help you make a risk assessment as required by the Control of Substances Hazardous to Health Regulations (COSHH).



What is an MSDS used for?

The MSDS lists the hazardous ingredients of a product, its physical and chemical characteristics (e.g. flammability, explosive properties), its effect on human health, the chemicals with which it can adversely react, handling precautions, the types of measures that can be used to control exposure, emergency and first .. OSHA requirements are set by statute, standards, and regulations. Our interpretation letters explain these requirements and how they apply to particular circumstances, but they cannot create additional employer obligations. This letter constitutes OSHA’s interpretation of the requirements discussed. Note that our enforcement guidance may be affected by changes to OSHA rules. Also, from time to time we update our guidance in response to new information. To keep apprised of such developments, you can consult OSHA’s website at



MSDS (Material Safety Data Sheet) is a chemical safety data sheet, which can also be translated into a chemical safety data sheet or a chemical safety data sheet. It is used by chemical manufacturers and importers to clarify the physical and chemical properties of chemicals (such as PH value, flash point, flammability, reactivity, etc.) and possible harm to the user’s health (such as carcinogenesis, teratogenicity, etc.) One document.
[1] In European countries, the material safety technology/data sheet MSDS is also called the safety technology/data sheet SDS (Safety Data Sheet). The International Organization for Standardization (ISO) uses SDS terminology, but the United States, Canada, Australia and many countries in Asia use MSDS terminology.
MSDS is a comprehensive legal document on the characteristics of chemicals provided to customers by chemical production or sales enterprises in accordance with legal requirements. It provides sixteen items including physical and chemical parameters, explosive properties, health hazards, safe use and storage, leakage treatment, first aid measures, and related laws and regulations. MSDS can be compiled by the manufacturer in accordance with relevant rules. However, in order to ensure the accuracy and standardization of the report, you can apply to a professional organization for compilation.

SDS difference
The European Union and the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) both use SDS terminology. However, in the United States, Canada, Australia and many countries in Asia, SDS (Safety Data Sheet) can also be used as MSDS (Material Safety Data Sheet). The role of two technical documents Basically the same.
Our country was called CSDS in the standard GBT16483-2000 before 2008. The revised standard GBT16483-2008 “Chemical Safety Technical Specification Content and Item Sequence” in 2008 was unified with the International Organization for Standardization and abbreviated as SDS.
The two abbreviations SDS and MSDS play exactly the same role in the supply chain, with only some subtle differences in content


document content

Whether it is domestic trade or international trade, the seller must provide legal documents describing the product. As the chemical management and trade legal documents of various countries and even states of the United States are different, and some are changed every month, if the provided MSDS is incorrect or the information is incomplete, you will face legal responsibility. Therefore, the quality of MSDS compilation is an important indicator to measure the strength, image and management level of a company.
The MSDS report information is as follows:
There is a number of items that must be completed for each MSDS. These projects are divided into parts to solve specific problems as follows:
MSDS report 16 items in Chinese and English
MSDS report 16 items in Chinese and English (2 sheets)
1-Material and corporate identity
Chemical name-usually IUPAC or CAS name is given. It is also possible to give other common names and product names, CAS registration numbers-required by OSHA, but the laws of most countries require that the reporting date-requires Japanese literature or the latest update date.
2-Material composition and composition information
The composition of the mixture-including all carcinogens exceeding 1% of all harmful substances and all carcinogens exceeding 0.1%. OSHA PEL-Either the time-weighted average limit is 8 hours per day or the maximum concentration exposure limit is an item on the OSHA list. In ppm or mg/m³. ACGIH TLV-Maximum exposure limit, recommended by the US Government Industrial Hygiene Assembly
3-Hazard signs
Health effects-adverse effects on target organs or systems, overexposure to carcinogenic materials and acute and chronic effects on test results.
4-First aid measures
Exposure-treatment of inhalation, ingestion, eye contact, skin contact
5- Fire fighting measures.
Fire and explosion data-usually include: flash point-temperature at which chemical vapors can be ignited, auto-ignition temperature-temperature, spontaneous combustion and flammability limits of chemicals in the air-above and below the concentration in the air, It can not burn the recommended fire extinguishing materials for unusual fire and explosion hazards, and provides basic instructions for solving the fire situation, which may include the NFPA diamond mark.
6-Accidental release measures
Procedures for cleaning up small and large spills. Specific regulations for chemical spills around CITES
7- Operation and storage
Provide safe storage of relevant materials and provide safe use of relevant materials
8-Exposure Control/Personal Protection
Type of protective equipment, including gloves, clothing, eye protection, respiratory protection, if a hood, glove box or additional ventilation is necessary. Administrative controls such as preplacement and regular medical examinations will indicate the type of shower and eyewash facilities.
9-Physical and chemical properties
Generally include such chemical information as boiling point, melting point, vapor pressure, specific gravity, solubility in water, and evaporation rate. Physical properties such as physical state, appearance and odor
Indicates a stable substance, what causes the instability and incompatibility, if dangerous decomposition products are possible, it can also include conditions.
11-Toxicological Information
Include one or more of the following operations:
LC50 (Half Lethal Concentration 50)-The test of the concentration of gas or dust or smoke material in micrograms per liter of air, expressed in ppm, results in 50% of dead animals exposed to one exposure management
The information contained may affect the reproductive system
12-Ecological Information
The material that can be used to provide information about the impact can have a destiny for plants and animals, and provide the relevant material for the environment
13- Precautions for disposal
Appropriate waste disposal methods
14-Transport information
Provide basic shipping requirements-shipping name and classification, packaging requirements and quantity restrictions
15-Regulatory Information
EPA and OSHA regulations related to CITES
16-Other information
MSDS required by U.S. OSHA
Item 1: Manufacturer and contact method
Item 2: Hazardous Chemical Components
The third item: physical and chemical properties
Item 4: Combustion and explosion data
Item 5: Reactivity data
Item 6: Health Hazard Data
Item 7: Safe operation and usage
Item 8: Protection Methods
Canadian WHMIS requirements
Item 1: Product name and manufacturer information
Item 2: Hazardous Chemical Components
Item 3: Physical characteristics
Item 4: Fire or explosion data
Item 5: Reactivity data
Item 6: Toxicological properties
Item Seven: Preventive Measures
Item 8: First aid methods
Item 9: Compile information
ANSI and international standards
Item 1: Chemical name and manufacturer information
Item 2: Chemical composition information
Item 3: Hazard Information
Item 4: First aid measures
Item 5: Fire Fighting Measures
Item 6: Leak emergency treatment
Item Seven: Operation and Storage
Item 8: Exposure control and personal protection measures
Item 9: Physical and Chemical Properties
Item 10: Stability and Reactivity
Item 11: Toxicological Information
Item 12: Ecological Information
Item 13: Disposal
Item 14: Transportation Information
Item 15: Regulatory Information
Item 16: Other Information
China GB/T 16483-2008
In order to be in line with the international standard eqvISO110-14-1:1994(E), China has also formulated the relevant standard GB/T16483-2008 “Chemical Safety Technical Specification Content and Item Sequence”, which stipulates that msds must have 16 parts.
1 Chemical product and company identification (chemical product and company identification)
Mainly indicate the chemical name, production company name, address, zip code, telephone, emergency telephone, fax and e-mail address and other information.
2 Hazards summarizing (hazards summarizing)
Briefly summarize the most important hazards and effects of this chemical, mainly including: hazard category, intrusion route, health hazard, environmental hazard, explosion hazard and other information.
3 Composition/information on ingredients (composition/information on ingredients)
Indicate whether the chemical is a pure chemical or a mixture. For pure chemicals, the chemical name or trade name and common name should be given. For mixtures, the concentration or concentration range of hazardous components should be given. Regardless of whether it is a pure chemical or a mixture, if it contains harmful components, the Chemical Abstract Index registration number (CAS number) should be given.
4 First-aid measures (first-aid measures)
Refers to the brief treatment methods for on-site self-rescue or mutual rescue when an operator is accidentally injured, including first aid measures such as eye contact, skin contact, inhalation, and ingestion.
5 Fire-fighting measures
Mainly indicate the specific physical and chemical hazards of chemicals, suitable extinguishing media, inappropriate extinguishing media and personal protection of firefighters, etc., including:
Hazard characteristics, extinguishing media and methods, precautions for extinguishing, etc.
6 Accidental release measures
Refers to the simple and effective emergency measures, precautions and elimination methods that can be adopted on-site after chemical leakage, including: emergency operations, emergency personnel protection, environmental protection measures, elimination methods, etc.
7 Handling and storage (handling and storage)
Mainly refers to the information and materials on chemical handling and safe storage, including: safety precautions, safe storage conditions and precautions in handling operations.
8 exposure controls/personal protection (exposure controls/personal protection)
In the process of production, handling, handling and use of chemicals, protection methods and measures adopted to protect workers from chemical hazards. Including: maximum allowable concentration, engineering control, respiratory protection, eye protection, body protection, hand protection, and other protection requirements.
9 Physical and chemical properties (physical and chemical properties)
Mainly describe the appearance and physical and chemical properties of chemicals, including: appearance and properties, ph value, boiling point, melting point, relative density (water=1), relative vapor density (air=1), saturated vapor pressure, heat of combustion , Critical temperature, critical pressure, octanol/water partition coefficient, flash point, ignition temperature, explosion limit, solubility, main purpose and other special physical and chemical properties.
10 Stability and reactivity (stability and reactivity)
Mainly describe the stability and reactivity of chemicals, including: stability, incompatible materials, conditions to avoid contact, polymerization hazards, decomposition products.
11 Toxicological information (toxicological information)
Provide chemical toxicology information, including: acute toxicity (LD50, LD50), irritation, sensitization, subacute and chronic toxicity, mutagenicity, teratogenicity, carcinogenicity, etc. of different exposure methods.
12 Ecological information (ecological information)
Mainly state the environmental and ecological effects, behaviors and outcomes of chemicals, including: biological effects (such as LD50, LD50), biodegradability, bioconcentration, environmental migration and other harmful environmental impacts.
13 Disposal
Refers to the safe disposal methods for packaging contaminated by chemicals and chemicals with no use value, including waste disposal methods and precautions.
14 Transport information (transport information)
Mainly refers to the classification and numbering of domestic and international chemical packaging and transportation requirements and transportation regulations, including: dangerous goods number, packaging category, packaging mark, packaging method, UN number and transportation precautions, etc.
15 Regulatory information (regulatory information)
Mainly the legal provisions and standards in chemical management.
16 other information
It mainly provides other information important to safety, including: references, time to fill in the form, department to fill in the form, and data review unit.
Guidelines for filling out chemical safety data sheets
A1 Chemical product and company identification (chemical product and company identification)
A1.1 Chinese name of chemical Fill in scientific name, common name or product name [A].
A1.2 Chemical English name Fill in the scientific name, common name or product name [A].
A1.3 Name of manufacturer Fill in the full name of the chemical manufacturer in Chinese and English [A].
A1.4 Address Fill in the detailed address of the chemical manufacturer [A].
A1.5 Zip code Fill in the postal code of the chemical manufacturer [A].
A1.6 Fax number Fill in the fax number of the chemical manufacturer [A].
A1.7 Enterprise emergency telephone number Fill in the emergency telephone number of the chemical production enterprise dialed in an emergency [A].
A1.8 Email address Fill in the email address of the chemical manufacturer [C].
A1.9 Technical specification code Fill in the product safety technical specification code [A].
A1.10 Effective date Fill in the date of compilation or revision of the safety data sheet [A].
A1.11 National emergency telephone number Fill in the national chemical accident emergency telephone number and fire emergency telephone number dialed in an emergency [A].
A2 Hazards summarizing (hazards summarizing)
A2.1 Hazard category Fill in according to GB13690-2009 “Chemical Classification and Hazard Communication-General Rules”.
A2.2 Invasion route The route through which chemical substances invade the body and cause harm, such as inhalation, ingestion, and skin contact.
A2.3 Health hazards Fill in the typical clinical manifestations of poisoning, including main target organs, symptoms and manifestations of acute poisoning, chronic poisoning, and carcinogenicity.
A2.4 Environmental Hazards Briefly describe the harm caused by chemicals to various organisms at a certain concentration and the degree of harm caused.
A2.5 Fire and explosion hazard Briefly summarize the hazards that chemicals can cause when exposed to open flames, high temperatures or oxidants in the air.
A3 Composition/information on ingredients
A3.1 Main ingredients
a) Mixture Fill in the main hazardous components and their content or content range.
b) Pure product Fill in the product name and concentration range of the harmful component.
A3.2 CAS number Fill in the chemical abstract index registration number of the hazardous component in the chemical.
A4 First-aid measures (first-aid measures)
Refers to the brief treatment methods for self-rescue and mutual rescue required by on-site workers accidentally injured by chemicals. A4.1 Skin contact
a) Toxic drugs Take off clothes immediately and rinse with recommended cleaning medium. Seek medical attention.
b) Moderate drugs Take off clothes and rinse with recommended cleaning medium. Seek medical attention.
c) Harmful products Take off contaminated clothing and wash the skin according to the recommended medium.
d) Corrosive products Flush according to the recommended medium. If burns occur, seek medical attention.
A4.2 Eye contact
a) Toxic drugs Immediately lift the eyelids and rinse the eyes with plenty of water for at least 15 minutes. Seek medical attention.
b) Moderate drugs Immediately lift the eyelids and rinse the eyes with plenty of water for at least 15 minutes. Seek medical attention.
c) Harmful substances Lift the eyelids and rinse the eyes with plenty of water
d) Corrosive products Lift the eyelids immediately, rinse with running water or saline, and seek medical attention.
A4.3 Inhalation
a) High-drug, moderate-drug, and harmful substances. Quickly evacuate the scene to a place with fresh air; if breathing stops, give artificial respiration; if breathing is difficult, give oxygen (if appropriate antidote is available, take it immediately).
b) Corrosive products should be removed from the scene immediately to a place with fresh air, and artificial respiration should be carried out if necessary. Seek medical attention.
A4.4 Ingestion
a) Toxic drugs Seek medical attention immediately.
b) Moderate drugs Seek medical attention immediately.
c) Harmful substances Seek medical attention immediately.
d) Corrosives seek medical attention immediately.
A5 fire-fighting measures
A5.1 Hazard characteristics Mainly fill in the possible hazards in case of open flames, high temperatures, oxidants, etc., the reactivity in contact with water, acids, alkalis and some active substances, as well as the oxidizing and corrosive properties.
A5.2 Hazardous combustion products Fill in the products after combustion, such as harmful gases.
A5.3 Fire extinguishing method Fill in the fire extinguishing method and extinguishing agent. For different types of chemicals, appropriate fire extinguishing media should be selected according to their performance and status.
A5.4 Precautions and measures for fire fighting
a) Personal protection of firefighters. Fill in the protective clothing that should be selected, such as full-body fire-fighting protective clothing, fire-resistant and gas-proof clothing, fire protection boots, positive pressure self-contained breathing apparatus, etc.;
b) Prohibited fire extinguishing agents Fill in the fire extinguishing agents that should be prohibited, such as water, carbon dioxide, dry powder, foam, sand and so on.
A6 Accidental release measures
A6.1 Emergency treatment can refer to the following levels to fill in:
a) Quickly report to the police, evacuate relevant personnel, and isolate the contaminated area; the number of evacuees and the size of the isolated contaminated area are determined according to the amount of leakage and the toxicity of the leakage.
b) Cut off the power source. The fire source must be cut off before removing flammable and explosive leaks.
c) Protection of emergency handling personnel Leakage is an emergency, and the protection requirements are relatively strict.
d) Precautions Some substances cannot be directly contacted, some substances can be sprayed with water mist to reduce volatilization, some cannot be sprayed with water, and some substances need to be cooled and shockproof. This must be selected according to the specific substance and the leakage site.
e) Elimination methods Specific elimination methods are given according to the physical state (gas, liquid, solid) of the chemicals and their hazards (flammability and toxicity) and environmental protection requirements.
f) Equipment and equipment Names of equipment and equipment required for emergency treatment are given.
A7 Handling and storage
A7.1 Operation precautions Refers to the safety precautions and personal protection during chemical operation.
A7.2 Precautions for storage Please fill in with reference to the following levels. Basic storage conditions and requirementsÕ storage limitÕ precautionsÕ incompatible materialsÕ fire and explosion requirementsÕ precautions for packaging.
A8 exposure controls/personal protection (exposure controls/personal protection)
A8.1 The maximum allowable concentration is filled in based on the sanitary standards promulgated by the country. If the country does not have a standard, you can refer to the relevant foreign standards and express it in (mg/m3).
A8.2 Monitoring method Fill in the monitoring method of harmful substances in the air of the workshop.
A8.3 Engineering control Mainly fill in the protective and isolation measures such as airtightness and ventilation in the production process, and does not specifically refer to the automated control of the industrial production process.
A8.4 Respiratory system protection Protective equipment to prevent harmful substances from entering the body from the respiratory system mainly considers the following three factors, namely the working environment, the degree of harm of poisons entering the body from the respiratory system, and the protective ability of the protective equipment. Air respirators are recommended. , Self-contained breathing apparatus, oxygen breathing apparatus, filter gas mask (semi-face, full face mask), dust mask, etc.
A8.5 Eye protection A mask that protects the eyes from poisons. It is mainly recommended to choose safety masks, safety glasses, chemical safety glasses, safety goggles, and safety masks.
A8.6 Body protection Protection against skin damage. According to the toxicity of the poison and the concentration of the contact, choose: mask-type tape protective clothing, jumpsuit-type tape protective clothing, rubber overalls, gas-permeable overalls, breathable poisonous clothing, general work anti-virus clothing.
A8.7 Hand protection Mainly choose protective gloves, rubber gloves, latex gloves, acid and alkali resistant gloves, chemical resistant gloves, skin protective film, etc.
A8.8 Other protection Mainly fill in the personal hygiene requirements of the operators, on-site precautions, monitoring of poisons and regular experience [C].
A9 Physical and chemical properties (physical and chemical properties)
A9.1 The appearance and properties of the product are mainly the color, smell and existence state of the substance under normal temperature and pressure [A].
A9.2 PH value Fill in the PH value.
A9.3 Melting point Fill in the value under normal temperature and pressure, and the value of special conditions should indicate the technical conditions.
A9.4 Boiling point Fill in the boiling point value at normal temperature and pressure. The value obtained under special conditions should be marked with technical conditions. The sublimation value or decomposition value should be explained and marked with technical conditions before boiling.
A9.5 Relative density (water = 1) Fill in the ratio of the density of the substance at 20°C to the density of water at 4°C.
A9.6 Relative vapor density (air=1) fill in the ratio of the vapor density of the substance to the air density at 0°C.
A9.7 Saturated vapor pressure The pressure at a certain temperature when the pure liquid and vapor in the vacuum container reach equilibrium, expressed in (kPa), and marked with temperature [C].
A9.8 Heat of combustion The heat produced when 1 mole of substance is completely burned, expressed in (kJ/mol) [C].
A9.9 Critical temperature (℃) The maximum temperature allowed to make gas liquid after pressurization is expressed by (℃) [C].
A9.10 Critical pressure The minimum pressure required to make a gas liquid at the critical temperature, expressed in (MPa) [C].
A9.11 The octanol/water partition coefficient is an important parameter used to predict the adsorption, bioabsorption, octanol storage and bioaccumulation of a chemical in the soil. When a chemical is dissolved in a mixture of octanol/water, the ratio of the concentration of the chemical in octanol to water is called the partition coefficient, which is usually expressed as a logarithm based on 10 (Log pow).
A9.12 Flash point Under the specified conditions, the minimum temperature at which the sample can flash when its vapor and air mixture is heated to contact with the flame. When filling in, indicate the open or closed cup value.
A9.13 Ignition temperature (auto-ignition temperature) refers to the lowest temperature of the reactor vessel wall when the mixture of combustible gas and air in a vessel is heated under normal temperature and pressure.
A9.14 Upper limit of explosion The upper limit of combustible gas mixed with air to form a combustible mixture. The unit of gas and liquid is expressed by (%V/V), and dust is expressed by (mg/m³).
A9.15 Lower explosion limit The lower limit of combustible gas mixed with air to form a flammable mixture. The unit is the same as the upper limit.
A9.16 Solubility The solubility of a substance in a solvent at room temperature and pressure is expressed as miscible, easily soluble, soluble, slightly soluble, and insoluble.
A9.17 Main purpose Fill in its main purpose [C].
A9.18 Other physical and chemical properties Non-fixed data items are established for the peculiar properties of certain substances, such as: particle size, volatile organic compound content, evaporation rate, viscosity, radioactivity, freezing point, corrosivity, deflagration point, detonation velocity, minimum ignition Able to wait [C].
A10 Stability and reactivity (stability and reactivity)
A10.1 Stability Whether the chemical behavior of the substance is stable under normal temperature and pressure or expected storage conditions is expressed by stable and unstable respectively.
A10.2 Conditions for avoiding contact Indicate the external conditions that may cause harmful effects of chemicals, such as heat, sunlight, exposure to air and moisture, shock, and extrusion.
A10.3 Incompatibility Substances clearly mark substances that conflict with each other in their chemical properties.
A10.4 Polymerization hazard Explain whether the substance can have unexpected polymerization reaction under external conditions, and it can be expressed by being able to happen and not being able to happen.
A10.5 Decomposition products Qualitatively describe the final harmful substances that may be produced when the substance is burned or chemically reacted.
A11 Toxicological information (toxicological information)
A11.1 Acute toxicity LD50 and LC50 are used to express acute toxicity.
A11.2 Subacute and chronic toxicity Mainly fill in the toxicity performance and histopathological examination results of animals after subacute and chronic exposure [C].
A11.3 Irritation Fill in the test results of the irritation to the eyes and skin of animals. The stimulus intensity is expressed by mild, moderate and severe.
A11.4 Sensitization Fill in the experimental results after the animal has been infected [C].
A11.5 Mutagenicity Fill in the results of rats, mice, humans and other tests based on Salmonella retrograde test (Ames test) data. Expressed by the lowest dose [C].
A11.6 Teratogenicity Fill in the experimental results of whether the chemical has teratogenicity. The lowest dose can be expressed [C].
A11.7 Carcinogenicity Fill in the evaluation conclusion of the expert panel of the International Center for Cancer Research (IARC). The lowest dose can be expressed [C].
A11.8 Others Fill in other relevant data, such as reproductive toxicity, neurotoxicity, etc. [C].
A12 Ecological information (ecological information)
A12.1 Ecotoxicity description The toxicity of this chemical to aquatic organisms (algae, invertebrates, fish), terrestrial organisms (plants, locusts, birds), and beneficial microorganisms, the half lethal dose (LD50) is available , The median lethal concentration (LC50), no effect dose (NOEL), and half tolerable dose (TLm).
A12.2 Biodegradability Indicate whether the chemical is biodegradable, and use experimental data to explain its biodegradability, expressed as the percentage of biodegradation within a period of time.
A12.3 Non-biodegradability State whether the chemical has non-biodegradability, such as photolysis and hydrolysis.
A12.4 Bioaccumulation and bioaccumulation State whether the chemical has bioaccumulation characteristics. Bioaccumulation can be divided into aquatic and terrestrial environments. After chemicals are ingested by organisms and remain for a period of time, when the four interconnected processes of ingestion, distribution, transformation, and excretion form a dynamic balance, the chemicals are The concentration ratio in the body and the environmental medium is constant. For example, fill in the bioconcentration factor (BCF) value of the fish [C].
A12.5 Other harmful effects Refers to the potential impact on the destruction of the ozone layer and global warming [C].
A13 Disposal
A13.1 Nature of waste Indicate whether the waste is hazardous waste. The judgment standard is the national hazardous waste list.
A13.2 Waste disposal method Only fill in the final disposal method for harmless hazardous chemical substances that cannot be reused, such as: incinerator incineration, chemical oxidation, dissolution, deep burial, etc.
A13.3 Disposal precautions When disposing of chemicals and their outer packaging, the conditions required to protect the operator and the environment.
A14 Transport information (transport information)
A14.1 Dangerous Goods Number According to GB6944-2012, fill in its dangerous category and classification number.
A14.2 UN number The number specified in the United Nations “Recommendation on the Transport of Dangerous Goods”.
A14.3 Packaging mark Fill in the degree of danger of dangerous goods, and clearly indicate the (primary and secondary) danger.
A14.4 Packaging category Determine the packaging category according to the classification principle of GB/T15098-2008.
A14.5 Packaging method Fill in according to the regulations of “Dangerous Goods Transportation Management Regulations” (promulgated by the Ministry of Railways) and the United Nations “Recommendations on the Transportation of Dangerous Goods”.
A14.6 Transportation Precautions Fill in the transportation conditions, preventive measures, packaging methods and materials, signs, etc. that should be paid attention to when transporting chemicals. At the same time, attention should be paid to possible accidents (shipping, shipping, rail transportation, road transportation, etc.) Prevention.
A15 Regulatory information (regulatory information)
A15.1 Domestic chemical safety management regulations Mainly provide chemical management, use and operators with domestic regulatory information on chemicals. Such as the Regulations on the Safety Management of Chemical Hazardous Materials [A].
A15.2 International regulations Mainly provide information on international regulations related to chemical management and operation [C].
A16 Other information ()
A16.1 References
A16.2 Time to fill in the form Fill in the time of this CSDS [A].
A16.3 Department to fill in the form Fill in the department of this CSDS [A].
A16.4 Data audit unit Fill in the audit unit of this CSDS [A].
A16.5 Revision instructions Fill in the simple instructions that must be made when revising this CSDS [A].
A16.6 Other information Other information materials or instructions that need to be supplemented [C].
MSDS EU Directive 2001/58/EC stipulates the content [3]
[4] Safety technical specification-the content stipulated by EU Directive 2001/58/EC
Chemical name
Ingredient/composition information
Risk overview
Fire-fighting measures
Leak emergency treatment
Handling and storage
Exposure control/personal protection
Physical and chemical properties
Stability and reactivity
Toxicological information
Ecological information
Transport information
Regulatory Information

Related regulations
“Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labelling of Chemicals”, referred to as GHS, mainly includes two parts: One is to establish harmonized criteria for classifying substances and mixtures according to substances and mixtures, that is, hazardous Classification, including physical hazards, health hazards and environmental hazards of substances and mixtures. The second is to establish coordinated hazard information publicity, including labels and chemical data specifications (MSDS/SDS). The chemical data specification needs to include comprehensive safety information of the chemical substance or mixture, including chemical hazard information, information on the exposure route of the workplace, recommendations for safety precautions, and information to effectively identify and reduce use risks. At present, the European Union, the United States, Japan, China and other countries have successively implemented GHS. [5]
European Union
·REACH regulations (1907/2006)
When the product meets one of the following conditions, the product supplier needs to edit the SDS and pass it down the supply chain to importers, downstream users and distributors:
1. When substances or preparations are classified as dangerous goods according to the 67/548/EEC or 1999/45/EC directives, or, although preparations are not classified as dangerous goods, they contain a certain proportion of substances of high concern (SVHC) *) or other dangerous components;
2. According to the standards in Annex 13 of REACH Regulations, the substances are persistent, bioaccumulative, toxic substances (PBT) or highly persistent and highly bioaccumulative substances (vPvB);
3. The substance is determined to be SVHC due to reasons other than the above conditions;
·CLP regulations (EC NO. 1272/2008)
The CLP regulation, the Chinese name “European Union Chemical Classification, Labeling and Packaging Regulation”, came into effect on January 20, 2009. The regulations stipulate that after December 1, 2010, substances must be classified according to CLP, then the SDS of the product must include the classification and labeling of the CLP, and retain the classification information in 67/548/EEC Annex 1 (Part 2) .
·67/548/EEC Appendix III
·Directive 2001/58/EC
·Directive 67/548/EEC (ie DSD Directive) for the management of substance classification and labeling
·The classification and labeling directive 1999/45/EEC of mixtures (ie DPD directive)
·General rules for chemical classification and hazard publicity (GB-13690-2009)
Jointly issued by the General Administration of Quality Supervision, Inspection and Quarantine of the People’s Republic of China and the National Standardization Administration of China, it aims to correspond to the United Nations “Global Harmonized System for Classification and Labeling of Chemicals” and to make requirements for MSDS/SDS specifications.
·Rules for the preparation of chemical safety technical specifications (GB 16483-2008)
This regulation was promulgated on January 1, 2000 and implemented on June 1, 2000. It aims to make the format and content of our chemical safety data sheets (MSDS/SDS) as consistent as possible with international standards and adapt to international trade, technology and The need for economic exchange.
·Rules for the preparation of chemical safety labels (GB 15258-2009)
This standard is formulated for the description and compilation of safety labels required by the “Regulations on the Safe Use of Chemicals in Workplaces” and the International No. 170 Convention on the Safe Use of Chemicals in Workplaces.
The GB30000 [6] series of standards [7] is the latest series of standards on the classification of hazardous chemicals in my country. They were issued by the General Administration of Quality Supervision, Inspection and Quarantine and the National Standardization Administration on October 10, 2013, and on November 2014. Officially implemented on the 1st.
This series of standards replaces the “Safety Code for Classification of Chemicals, Warning Labels and Warning Statements” (GB 20576~20599, 20601, 20602), with a total of 28. [8] The 28 hazard categories are comprehensively classified and explained in terms of physical hazards, health hazards and environmental hazards. The specific standards are as follows:
Physical hazard classification standards:
GB 30000.2-2013 Chemical Classification and Labeling Specification Part 2: Explosives
GB 30000.3-2013 Chemical Classification and Labeling Specification Part 3: Flammable Gas
GB 30000.4-2013 Chemical Classification and Labeling Specification Part 4: Aerosol
GB 30000.5-2013 Chemical Classification and Labeling Specification Part 5: Oxidizing Gas
GB 30000.6-2013 Chemical Classification and Labeling Specification Part 6: Pressurized Gas
GB 30000.7-2013 Chemical Classification and Labeling Specification Part 7: Flammable Liquid
GB 30000.8-2013 Chemical Classification and Labeling Specification Part 8: Flammable Solids
GB 30000.9-2013 Chemical Classification and Labeling Specification Part 9: Self-reactive substances and mixtures
GB 30000.10-2013 Chemical Classification and Labeling Specification Part 10: Spontaneous Combustion Liquid
GB 30000.11-2013 Chemical Classification and Labeling Specification Part 11: Spontaneous combustion solids
GB 30000.12-2013 Chemical Classification and Labeling Specification Part 12: Self-heating substances and mixtures
GB 30000.13-2013 Rules for Classification and Labeling of Chemicals Part 13: Substances and mixtures that emit flammable gases in contact with water
GB 30000.14-2013 Chemical Classification and Labeling Specification Part 14: Oxidizing Liquid
GB 30000.15-2013 Chemical Classification and Labeling Specification Part 15: Oxidizing Solids
GB 30000.16-2013 Chemical Classification and Labeling Specification Part 16: Organic Peroxide
GB 30000.17-2013 Specification for Classification and Labeling of Chemicals Part 17: Metal Corrosives
Health hazard classification standard
GB 30000.18-2013 Rules for Classification and Labeling of Chemicals Part 18: Acute Toxicity
GB 30000.19-2013 Chemical Classification and Labeling Specification Part 19: Skin Corrosion/Irritation
GB 30000.20-2013 Chemical Classification and Labeling Specification Part 20: Serious eye damage/eye irritation
GB 30000.21-2013 Chemical Classification and Labeling Specifications Part 21: Respiratory Tract or Skin Sensitization
GB 30000.22-2013 Rules for Classification and Labeling of Chemicals Part 22: Germ Cell Mutagenicity
GB 30000.23-2013 Chemical Classification and Labeling Specification Part 23: Carcinogenicity
GB 30000.24-2013 Rules for Classification and Labeling of Chemicals Part 24: Reproductive Toxicity
GB 30000.25-2013 Rules for Classification and Labeling of Chemicals Part 25: Specific Target Organ Toxicity Single Exposure
GB 30000.26-2013 Rules for Classification and Labeling of Chemicals Part 26: Specific Target Organ Toxicity Repeated Exposure
GB 30000.27-2013 Chemical Classification and Labeling Specifications Part 27: Inhalation Hazard
Environmental hazard classification standards
GB 30000.28-2013 Chemical Classification and Labeling Specification Part 28: Hazards to the aquatic environment
GB 30000.29-2013 Rules for Classification and Labeling of Chemicals Part 29: Hazards to the Ozone Layer
·Dangerous goods classification and article number (GB 6944-2012)
·Dangerous Goods List (GB 12268-2005)
·Administrative Measures for the Registration of Hazardous Chemicals
·Regulations on the Safety Management of Chemical Hazardous Materials (Implementation Rules)
·Regulations on the safe use of chemicals in the workplace
·Production Safety Law of the People’s Republic of China
·The Air Pollution Prevention and Control Law of the People’s Republic of China
·The Environmental Protection Law of the People’s Republic of China
·Classification, classification and serial number of highly toxic substances (GB 57-92)
·Name list of highly toxic substances (GB58-93) pictorial mark for packaging, storage and transportation (GB6944-86)
·General rules for the storage of commonly used dangerous chemicals (GB 15603-1995)
·Exposure limits for occupational hazardous factors in the workplace (GBZ2-2002)
United States
·ANSI Z400.1-2004
The Chinese name of hazardous industrial chemicals. The formulation of material safety data sheets. It is a regulation on the format and content of MSDS formulated by the American National Standards Institute.
·Toxic Substances Control Act
English abbreviation, TSCA Act. Similar to the EU REACH regulation, it aims to supervise chemicals circulating in the US market. And make provisions for chemicals that need to provide MSDS.
·Dangerous goods transportation law
·The Clean Air Law Amendment
·Federal Water Pollution Control Act
·Federal Environmental Pollution Control Act
·Toxic Substance Packaging and Hazard Prevention Law
·Federal Pesticide, Fungicide and Rodenticide Act
·Occupational Safety and Health Law [9]
·Japan Labor Safety and Health Law
The Labor Safety and Health Law of Japan is the only law that introduces GHS in Japan, and in 2010, MSDS and classification label related regulations were added to regulate the compilation and content requirements of domestic MSDS.
·Law against poison and drama
Provisions on the classification of substances in MSDS in Japan
·Chemical Substance Discharge Management Promotion Law
The English abbreviation PRTR Law is a legal provision issued by Japan for the preparation and use of chemical MSDS. Provided MSDS and safety label requirements and basis for Japanese chemicals.
·Fire protection law
·Chemical Substance Review and Regulation Law
·Air Pollution Prevention and Control Law
·Water Pollution Prevention and Control Law
Version edit
·ISO International General Version
·EEC version (EU)
·OSHA version (United States)
·ANSI version (United States)
·WHMIS (Canada) and Chinese version;
·Various versions of different formats (html, PDF, doc)
· Different language versions (Chinese, English, German, French, etc.)


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