MATERIAL DATA SAFETY SHEETS
WHAT IS A SAFETY DATA SHEET?
An SDS sheet is created by the manufacturer or supplier of a material or chemical product to educate customers about its proper usage. A Safety Data Sheet provides summarized information about a material or chemical product’s properties, how to use it carefully, possible hazards, the protocol in case of emergency, and all the probable uses for the material.
DIFFERENT SECTIONS OF A SAFETY DATA SHEET
An SDS is organized into different sections with distinct headings, although the sections and specific information, as well as the order in which the information is delivered, might differ from one supplier to the next.
The major sections on an SDS are: Product and Company Identification, Hazards Identification, Composition, Information on Ingredients, First Aid Measures, Fire Fighting Measures, Accidental Release Measures, Handling and Storage, Exposure Controls, Personal Protection, Physical and Chemical Properties, Stability and Reactivity, Toxicological Information, Ecological Information, Disposal Considerations, Transport Information, Regulatory Information. Some sections are further elucidated through subsections.
Click below to download the Safety Data Sheet for clay available for sale on Facial Clay Masks:
All Facial Clay Masks Products are External Use only and not intended for ingestion. This information is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease, and it should not be used by anyone who is pregnant or under the care of a medical practitioner.
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