MSDS Preparation

Posted Date: 
Tuesday, September 27, 2016

MSDS/ SDS Preparation

Information that you must contain on you (M)SDS.

  1. Identification
  • Product Identifier:
  • This is the specific name of your product
  • Any other means of identification.
  •  For example, the family that the product belongs to
  • Recommended Use of the Product
  • Restrictions of use for the product
  • The countries supplier and identifier.
  • This includes the Name, address and phone number of the supplier
  • An emergency telephone number(s) and any restrictions on the use of the number that is provided.

2. Hazard Identification

  • The Hazards Classification
  • This includes the class and category of the particular substance or mixture OR a description of the identified hazard for Physical or Health Hazards.
  • All the label elements
  • Signal image or the name of the symbol
  • Signal word
  • Hazard Statement(s)
  • Precautionary Statement(s)
  • Any other particular hazards that do not result in classification

3. Composition/ Information on ingredients

  • Information you must provide if the hazardous product is a material substance:
  • Chemical name
  • Common name of the chemical and any synonyms
  • Chemical Abstract Service (CAS) registry number and any unique identifiers
  • Chemical name of impurities, stabilizing and/or additives
  • For each of the material or substance in a mixture that is classified in a health hazard class
  • Chemical name
  • Common chemical name and its synonyms
  • CAS registry number and any unique identifiers
  • Concentration 

4. First-aid measures

  • The first-aid measures MUST be by route of exposure

o Inhalation

    o Skin contact

      o Eye contact

      o Ingestion

      • Most important symptoms and effects (acute or delayed)
      • Immediate medical attention and special treatment 

      5. Fire-fighting measures

      • Suitable extinguishing media
      • Unsuitable extinguishing media
      • Specific hazards arising from the hazardous product
      • Special protective equipment and any other precautions for fire fighters. 

      6. Accidental release measures

      • Personal Precautions, protective equipment and emergency procedures
      • Methods and materials for containment and cleaning up. 

      7. Accidental release measures

      • Personal Precautions, protective equipment that would be needed and emergency procedures.
      • Conditions for safe storage (including incompatible materials). 

      8. Exposure controls/Personal Protection

      • Control Parameters, including any biological exposure limits or occupational exposure guidelines
      • Individual Protection measures
      • Appropriate engineering controls. 

      9. Physical and chemical properties

      • Appearance (physical state, colour, etc)
      • Odour
      • Odour threshold
      • pH
      • Melting point/ freezing point
      • Initial boiling point/ boiling range
      • Flash point
      • Evaporation rate
      • Flammability
      • Lower flammable/explosive limit
      • Upper flammable/explosive limit
      • Vapour pressure
      • Vapour density
      • Relative density
      • Solubility
      • Partition coefficient
      • Auto-ignition temperatures
      • Decomposition temperature
      • Viscosity

      10. Stability and reactivity

      • Chemical Stability
      • The possibility of any hazardous reactions
      • Any conditions that should be avoided (e.g. shock and vibration)
      • Reactivity
      • Incompatible materials
      • Hazardous decomposition products

      11. Toxicological Information

      • Complete description about the various toxic health effects the chemical may have
      • o Any symptoms that are related to the physical, chemical and toxicological characteristics
      • o Information on the likely routes of exposure (inhalation, ingestion, skin and eye contact)
      • o Both the immediate and delayed effects
      • o Numerical measures of toxicity

      12. Ecological Information***

      • Eco toxicity
      • Persistence and degradability
      • Bioaccumulatibe potential
      • Mobility in soil
      • Other adverse effects

      13. Disposal considerations***

      • Any information about the safe handling for disposal and methods of disposal, including any contaminated packaging

      14. Transport Information

      • All information regarding transport of the chemical
      • o UN Number
      • o UN proper shipping name
      • o Transport hazard class
      • o Packing group
      • o Environmental Hazards
      • o Transport in bulk
      • o Special Precautions

      15. Regulatory Information

      • Health, environmental, and safety regulations specific to the product

      16. Other Information

      • The date of the latest revision of the SDS


      For more information about SDS Preparation or Nexreg's (M)SDS Services, please contact Nexreg.


      Non-Slip Safety Solutions Inc would like to thank Nexreg for guiding us through the process of getting a CCCR Review on our product packaging, bottles and labels. We cannot thank you enough for working with us regarding our time frame. Due to this we were able to obtain the approval necessary to move forward with our products and they are now on the shelves of over 1,000 retail stores across Canada.
      Dan George, Non-Slip Safety Solutions