What Exactly is MSDS testing?
MSDS Authoring Services are a highly regulated, and federally accepted lab protocol, that performs all the necessary testing to determine the physical and chemical properties for a finished product or compound. The physical and chemical properties that are commonly tested for finished products or compounds’ chemical SDS typically range from pH, odor, boiling point, solubility in water, specific gravity, melting point, freezing point, evaporation rate, auto ignition temperature, flash point, volatile organic compounds (VOC), and vapor pressure.
Safety Data Sheets are used for employees who may be exposed to potential hazardous products at work, employers who need to be aware of the proper storage methods for potential hazardous products, emergency responders such as firefighters, hazardous material crews, emergency medical technicians, and emergency room personnel who might come into contact with potential hazardous materials. Chemical SDS’s, are not meant for consumers and are used for those who come into contact with potential chemical safety hazards.
Due to chemical safety hazards, it is important that MSDS Authoring Services’ SDS writing lab can help determine these properties for chemical SDS’s which have an extremely large effect on the way emergency personnel and employees handle the specified materials. By fully analyzing products to be used in chemical SDS/MSDS sheets, chemical solutions will be much clearer in regards to the precautionary measures that must be taken to resolve any problems arising from hazardous materials, chemicals in the workplace, chemical safety hazards, or chemicals hazards. All SDS/MSDS sheets written by MSDS Authoring Services abide by the SDS/MSDS writing requirements set forth by the following organizations to further increase safety and consistency, to name a few: American National Standards Institute (ANSI), Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System (WHMIS) and the European Economic Community (EEC).