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Q&A: Eliminating material safety data sheets without incurring an OSHA violation

OSHA Healthcare Connection, January 27, 2009

Q: To clean out my files, may I eliminate material safety data sheets (MSDS) for household products such as soaps and cleaners without incurring an OSHA violation?

A: You can do without an MSDS for a consumer product used in the workplace if employees use the product according to label.

Click here for more information on what OSHA means by appropriate label use and a free downloadable flow chart to determine when an MSDS is necessary.

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