We have received many requests to prepare a similar list of the most frequent mistakes for safety data sheets or SDSs in short.
Below, you can find the list of most common mistakes that we often notice when reviewing safety data sheets.
It is intended for a quick overview of the suitability of acquired SDSs (or for those you create yourself).
If you strive for a worry-free sale, then it’s good to know what mistakes are frequently made when preparing SDSs. Perhaps this very list can save you the troubles you could face due to the unsuitability of safety data sheets.
The responsibility for the SDS contents ALWAYS lies on the supplier of the chemical, for which an SDS is required, even though you may have not prepared it yourself.
Without a doubt, you need some knowledge, time and effort for such a check and for eliminating mistakes.
If you lack anything of the mentioned, then we can definitely help – just get in touch with me.
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