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Changes to Materials Data

Safety Sheets (MSDS)

Globally Harmonized System (GHS) of

Classification and Labeling of Chemicals

Training Program

Gwinnett Hospital System Right-to-Know Training

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Objectives

After you finish the first section of this

Computer-Based Learning (CBL) module, you

should be able to:

Define Globally Harmonized System.

Describe the purpose and benefits of the

Globally Harmonized System.

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HAZCOM, Employee Right-to-Know

Created by the Occupational Safety & Health

Administration (OSHA), the Hazard

Communication Standard (HAZCOM) and the

Employee Right-to-Know Program require

that:

The hazards of all chemicals in the workplace

are evaluated, and

The information is shared with employees.

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The Globally Harmonized System

The Globally Harmonized System (GHS),

created by OSHA, is:

A new, international standard of classifying and

labeling chemicals, and is

Included in HAZCOM.

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Globally Harmonized System

When GHS Takes Effect

Below are the effective dates for the Globally

Harmonized System (GHS):

Action Effective Date

Employee training Dec. 1, 2013

Revised HAZCOM program Jan. 1, 2015

All Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS)

changed to Safety Data Sheets (SDS). Dec. 1, 2015

Any additional physical or health hazards

identified by new labels or SDS for chemicals

will require employee training, changes to

workplace labeling, and HAZCOM updates. June 1, 2016

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Safety Data Sheets

(SDS)

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Safety Data Sheets

Objectives

After you finish the Safety Data Sheets section

of this CBL, you should be able to describe:

The change from Material Safety Data Sheets

(MSDS) to the new Safety Data Sheets (SDS).

The newly required Globally Harmonized System

(GHS) system of:

Labeling,

Pictograms, and

Hazard statements.

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Safety Data Sheets

Purpose

The new Safety Data Sheets (SDS) and

Globally Harmonized System (GHS) are

designed to:

Make the format of the data sheets the same

worldwide,

Create a standard way of communicating

hazards, and

Make the SDSs easier to read and understand.

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Safety Data Sheets

What’s New?

The SDS contains16 separate sections in a

exact order.

Each section has its own heading.

Each section includes certain information.

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Safety Data Sheets

Safety Data Sheet Example

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Safety Data Sheets

The 16 Section Headings

1. Product and Company

Information

2. Hazards Identification

3. Composition / Information on

Ingredients

4. First Aid Measures

5. Firefighting Measures

6. Accidental Release Measures

7. Handling and Storage

8. Precautions to Control

Exposure / Personal

Protection

9. Physical and Chemical

Properties

10. Stability and Reactivity

11. Toxicological Information

12. Ecological Information

(not mandatory)

13. Waste Disposal

Considerations

(not mandatory)

14. Transport Information

(not mandatory)

15. Regulatory Information

(not mandatory)

16. Other Information (including

preparation and revision of the

SDS)

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Safety Data Sheets Section 1:

Product and Company Information

Section 1 contains the name of the chemical,

its recommended use, and the supplier contact

information, including:

Product identifier and any other common names

by which the chemical is known.

Use of the chemical and any restrictions on use.

Supplier’s details (including name, address,

phone number, etc.).

Emergency telephone number.

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Safety Data Sheets Section 2:

Hazards Identification

Section 2 contains the hazards of the

substance, including:

The hazard classification of the chemical.

Example: Flammable liquid, category 1

Signal word.

Hazard statement.

Pictograms.

Precautionary statement.

Description of other hazards.

Example: “Dust explosion hazard”

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Safety Data Sheets Section 3:

Composition / Information on Ingredients

Section 3 contains the ingredients and any

trade secret claims, including:

Chemical name.

Common name and synonyms.

Chemical Abstracts Service (CAS) number and

other unique identifiers.

Impurities and additives that affect the

classification of the chemical.

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Safety Data Sheets Section 3:

Composition / Information on Ingredients, cont’d

Section 3 also identifies:

For mixtures:

The chemical identity and concentration of all

hazardous ingredients

For trade secret claims:

A statement that the chemical identity or composition

is not listed because its a trade secret

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Safety Data Sheets Section 4:

First Aid Measures

Section 4 describes how to care for a person who

is exposed to the chemical, including:

First aid instructions based on the way the person

was exposed to the chemical. Examples:

Inhalation,

Skin and eye contact,

Ingestion

Description of the most important symptoms or

effects, whether sudden or delayed.

Recommendations for immediate medical care and

special treatment.

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Safety Data Sheets Section 5:

Fire Fighting Measures

Section 5 includes recommendations for

fighting a fire caused by the chemical,

including:

Proper devices and materials to use to put out

the fire.

Hazards arising from combustion.

Protective equipment and precautions for

firefighters.

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Safety Data Sheets Section 6:

Accidental Release Measures

Section 6 contains the proper response to

spills, including how to contain the spills and

how to clean them up. Examples:

Personal precautions, protective equipment and

emergency procedures

Environmental precautions

Methods and materials for containment and

cleanup

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Safety Data Sheets Section 7:

Handling and Storage

Section 7 includes safe handling practices and

conditions for storage. Examples:

Precautions for safe handling, including:

How to handle chemicals that should not be mixed,

Minimizing the release of the chemical into the

environment, and

Advice on general hygiene practices.

Recommendations for safe storage, including:

Chemicals that should not be mixed, and

Advice on specific storage requirements, such as:

Temperature, and

Ventilation/air flow.

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Safety Data Sheets Section 8:

Exposure Controls / Personal Protection

Section 8 covers allowable exposure limits,

engineering controls, and personal protective

measures, including:

OSHA Permissible Exposure Limits (PELs),

American Conference of Governmental Industrial

Hygienists Threshold Limit Values (TLVs)

Engineering controls. Examples:

Exhaust ventilation, or

Use only in an enclosed system

Recommendations for personal protective

equipment (PPE)

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Safety Data Sheets Section 9:

Physical and Chemical Properties

Appearance, such as physical

state, color

Odor

Odor threshold

pH

Melting point / freezing point

Initial boiling point and boiling

range

Flash point

Evaporation rate

Flammability

Solid, gas

Upper / lower flammability or

explosive limits

Vapor pressure

Vapor density

Relative density

Solubility

Partition coefficient:

n-octanol/water

Auto-ignition temperature

Decomposition temperature

Viscosity

Section 9 contains information about chemical and physical

properties, including:

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Safety Data Sheets Section 10:

Stability and Reactivity

Section 10 contains information about stability

and chemical reactivity, including:

Possibility of hazardous reactions.

Conditions to avoid. Examples:

Static discharge,

Shock,

Vibration.

Materials that don’t mix.

Hazardous products that result from

decomposition.

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Safety Data Sheets Section 11:

Toxicological Information

Section 11 contains information about poisoning and

health effects information, including:

Information on the likely ways of exposure. Examples:

Breathed in

Swallowed

Skin and eye contact

Symptoms related to physical, chemical and poisoning

qualities.

Immediate, delayed and chronic effects from short- and

long-term exposure.

Numerical measures of poisoning. Example:

Acute toxicity estimates

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Safety Data Sheets Section 12:

Ecological Information

Section 12, which is not mandatory, contains

information about the impact of the chemical if it is

released to the environment, including: Ecotoxicity, which is the effect of a chemical on an

ecosystem, including its animals, vegetation and other

elements. Examples: Water and land, where available.

How long it lasts and how quickly it breaks down.

Bioaccumulative potential, which refers to the buildup

of a chemical in a living organism, such as person,

other animals, or vegetation.

How the chemical moves through the soil.

Other adverse effects.

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Safety Data Sheets Section 13:

Water Disposal Considerations

Section 13, which is not mandatory, contains

information about waste leftovers and

includes information on safe handling and

disposal, including:

Correct disposal containers.

Correct disposal methods.

Any special precautions.

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Safety Data Sheets Section 14:

Transport Information

Section 14, which is not mandatory, provides

classification information for shipping and

transporting hazardous chemicals, including:

UN number.

UN proper shipping name.

Transport hazard class.

Packing group, if applicable.

Environmental hazards.

Transporting in bulk.

Special precautions.

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Safety Data Sheets Section 15:

Regulatory Information

Section 15, which is not mandatory, tells

readers about –

Safety,

Health, and

Environmental

– regulations for that chemical.

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Safety Data Sheets Section 16:

Other Information

Section 16 contains information about:

When the SDS was prepared.

When the SDS was last revised.

It may tell readers about any changes from the

previous version.

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Container Labeling

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Container Labeling

Objectives

After you finish the Safety Data Sheets section

of this CBL, you should be able to:

Describe how to use a container label to identify

a product and its hazards.

Describe actions to protect yourself from

chemical exposure and spills.

Express your rights to be informed and to

understand chemical hazards in your workplace.

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Container Labeling

Purpose

Reasons for the changes in container labeling

include:

To make the format of labels worldwide the same

(to “harmonize” them).

To provide a standard way of telling readers

about hazards.

To create quick access to hazard information.

To make the labels easier to understand.

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Container Labeling Requirements

Labels for hazardous chemical containers must

include:

Product identifier

Signal word

Hazard statement

Precautionary statement

Pictogram

Name, address and telephone number

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Container Labeling

Product Identifier

The product identifier tells readers how the

hazardous chemical is identified:

By chemical name, trade name, etc.

The product identifier must be the same on

the label as in Section 1 of the SDS.

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Tricoat 235 Sealant

Danger! Toxic If Swallowed

Flammable Liquid and Vapor

Flammable liquids, toxic, n.o.s.

(contains toluene)

Do not eat, drink or use tobacco when using this product. Keep container tightly closed.

Keep away from heat/sparks/open flame. - No smoking. Wear protective gloves and

eye/face protection. Ground container and receiving equipment. Use explosion-proof

electrical equipment. Use only non-sparking tools. Store in well-ventilated place

IF SWALLOWED: Immediately call a POISON CONTROL CENTER or doctor/physician.

Rinse mouth.

In case of fire, use water fog, dry chemical, CO2, or "alcohol" foam.

See Safety Data Sheet for further details regarding safe use of this product.

J.J. Chemical Company, Elizabeth, NJ 13432, Tel: 444 223-1122

Product identifier: How the chemical is identified.

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Container Labeling

Signal Word

The signal word:

Alerts reader to a potential hazard, and

Indicates the relative level of severity of hazard.

There are only two signal words:

“Danger”: used for more severe hazards, or

“Warning”: used for less severe hazards.

Only one signal word appears on the label.

If a substance contains both a “Danger” chemical

and a “Warning” chemical, only “Danger”

appears on the label.

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Tricoat 235 Sealant

Danger! Toxic If Swallowed

Flammable Liquid and Vapor

Flammable liquids, toxic, n.o.s.

(contains toluene)

Do not eat, drink or use tobacco when using this product. Keep container tightly closed.

Keep away from heat/sparks/open flame. - No smoking. Wear protective gloves and

eye/face protection. Ground container and receiving equipment. Use explosion-proof

electrical equipment. Use only non-sparking tools. Store in well-ventilated place

IF SWALLOWED: Immediately call a POISON CONTROL CENTER or doctor/physician.

Rinse mouth.

In case of fire, use water fog, dry chemical, CO2, or "alcohol" foam.

See Safety Data Sheet for further details regarding safe use of this product.

J.J. Chemical Company, Elizabeth, NJ 13432, Tel: 444 223-1122

Signal word: “Danger" or “Warning“

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Container Labeling

Hazard Statement

The hazard statement tells readers about

hazards of a chemical and the degree of the

hazard.

Example: “Causes damage to kidneys through

prolonged exposure when absorbed through the

skin.”

If a hazard statements applies to the

chemical, it must appear on the container

label.

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Hazard statements may be combined to make

them easier to read.

Hazard statements are specific to the hazard

classification categories.

Readers should always see the same statement

for the same hazard, no matter what the

chemical is or who produces it.

Container Labeling

Hazard Statement, continued

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Tricoat 235 Sealant

Danger! Toxic If Swallowed

Flammable Liquid and Vapor

Flammable liquids, toxic, n.o.s.

(contains toluene)

Do not eat, drink or use tobacco when using this product. Keep container tightly closed.

Keep away from heat/sparks/open flame. - No smoking. Wear protective gloves and

eye/face protection. Ground container and receiving equipment. Use explosion-proof

electrical equipment. Use only non-sparking tools. Store in well-ventilated place

IF SWALLOWED: Immediately call a POISON CONTROL CENTER or doctor/physician.

Rinse mouth.

In case of fire, use water fog, dry chemical, CO2, or "alcohol" foam.

See Safety Data Sheet for further details regarding safe use of this product.

J.J. Chemical Company, Elizabeth, NJ 13432, Tel: 444 223-1122

Hazard statement: Assigned to a hazard class and category that

describes the hazard of a chemical and, where appropriate, the

degree of hazard.

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Container Labeling

Precautionary Statements

The precautionary statement is a phrase that tells

readers about ways to prevent unwanted effects, or

reduce them as much as possible, from:

Exposure to a chemical, or

Improper storage or handling.

When there is more than one precautionary

statement for a chemical, the label includes only the

statement that provides the most protection against

undesired effects.

Precautionary statements must be the same on the

label as in the SDS.

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Tricoat 235 Sealant

Danger! Toxic If Swallowed

Flammable Liquid and Vapor

Flammable liquids, toxic, n.o.s.

(contains toluene)

Do not eat, drink or use tobacco when using this product. Keep container tightly closed.

Keep away from heat/sparks/open flame. - No smoking. Wear protective gloves and

eye/face protection. Ground container and receiving equipment. Use explosion-proof

electrical equipment. Use only non-sparking tools. Store in well-ventilated place

IF SWALLOWED: Immediately call a POISON CONTROL CENTER or doctor/physician.

Rinse mouth.

In case of fire, use water fog, dry chemical, CO2, or "alcohol" foam.

See Safety Data Sheet for further details regarding safe use of this product.

J.J. Chemical Company, Elizabeth, NJ 13432, Tel: 444 223-1122

Precautionary statement: Measures to minimize or prevent adverse

effects from exposure, improper storage or handling of a hazardous

chemical.

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Container Labeling

Pictogram

A pictogram is a symbol plus graphic

elements, such as a –

Border,

Background pattern, or

Color

– that conveys specific information about

chemical hazards.

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Container Labeling

Pictograms and Hazards

Health Hazard

Carcinogen

Mutagenicity

Reproductive toxicity

Respiratory sensitizer

Target organ toxicity

Aspiration toxic

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Container Labeling

Pictograms and Hazards, continued

Flame

Flammables

Pyrophorics

Self-heating

Emits flammable gas

Self-reactives

Organic peroxides

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Container Labeling

Pictograms and Hazards, continued

Exclamation Mark

Irritant (skin and eye)

Skin sensitizer

Acute toxicity

Narcotic effects

Respiratory tract

irritant

Hazardous to ozone

layer (non-mandatory)

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Container Labeling

Pictograms and Hazards, continued

Type of Hazard Pictogram

Gas Cylinder • Gases under pressure

Corrosion • Skin corrosion/burns

• Eye damage

• Corrosive to metals

Exploding Bomb • Explosives

• Self-reactives

• Organic peroxides

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Container Labeling

Pictograms and Hazards, continued

Type of Hazard Pictogram

Flame Over Circle • Oxidizers

Environment

(non-mandatory) • Aquatic toxicity

Skull and Crossbones • Acute toxicity (fatal or toxic)

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Tricoat 235 Sealant

Danger! Toxic If Swallowed

Flammable Liquid and Vapor

Flammable liquids, toxic, n.o.s.

(contains toluene)

Do not eat, drink or use tobacco when using this product. Keep container tightly closed.

Keep away from heat/sparks/open flame. - No smoking. Wear protective gloves and

eye/face protection. Ground container and receiving equipment. Use explosion-proof

electrical equipment. Use only non-sparking tools. Store in well-ventilated place

IF SWALLOWED: Immediately call a POISON CONTROL CENTER or doctor/physician.

Rinse mouth.

In case of fire, use water fog, dry chemical, CO2, or "alcohol" foam.

See Safety Data Sheet for further details regarding safe use of this product.

J.J. Chemical Company, Elizabeth, NJ 13432, Tel: 444 223-1122

Pictograms: A symbol plus other graphic elements that convey

specific information about the hazards of a chemical

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Container Labeling

Supplier Information

The supplier information on the label must

include the –

Name,

Address, and

Telephone number

– of the manufacturer or supplier.

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Tricoat 235 Sealant

Danger! Toxic If Swallowed

Flammable Liquid and Vapor

Flammable liquids, toxic, n.o.s.

(contains toluene)

Do not eat, drink or use tobacco when using this product. Keep container tightly closed.

Keep away from heat/sparks/open flame. - No smoking. Wear protective gloves and

eye/face protection. Ground container and receiving equipment. Use explosion-proof

electrical equipment. Use only non-sparking tools. Store in well-ventilated place

IF SWALLOWED: Immediately call a POISON CONTROL CENTER or doctor/physician.

Rinse mouth.

In case of fire, use water fog, dry chemical, CO2, or "alcohol" foam.

See Safety Data Sheet for further details regarding safe use of this product.

J.J. Chemical Company, Elizabeth, NJ 13432, Tel: 444 223-1122

Supplier identification: The name, address and telephone number of the

manufacturer or supplier

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Protect Yourself

Remember that you can protect

yourself by:

Knowing what is in the product

with which you are working.

Unsure? Check the SDS.

Keep your work area in a way

that minimizes hazards.

Keep machines and equipment

working to prevent leaks.

Using the right personal

protective equipment (PPE).

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Protect Yourself

Spills In case of a spill, protect yourself!

Tell your supervisor about strange odors, spills or

releases, and

Leave the area of any chemical release/ spill and

meet at a pre-arranged place.

Supervisor looks up the SDS for further

reference.

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Protect Yourself

In Case of Chemical Exposure

If you have been exposed to a chemical and

feel sick:

Let your supervisor know.

Tell your supervisor what chemical you were

working with.

Move to an area of fresh air.

Follow the first aid directions in the SDS.

Get medical attention as needed.

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You Have a Right to Be Informed

It is your right to be informed and to

understand chemical hazards in your

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If you have any questions, do not hesitate to

ask your:

Supervisor,

Hospital Safety Officer, or Emergency

Management Manager.

Public Safety Department.

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