Q&A: Computer or paper for your MSDS?

OSHA Healthcare Connection, March 23, 2010

Q: Is it okay to have material safety data sheet (MSDS) computer files instead of paper files?

A: If employees can obtain MSDS information while in the work area, computer MSDS files can meet OSHA’s accessibility requirements, but make sure there are no hidden barriers to accessibility. Click here for more details.

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