How often do MSDS sheets need to be updated? Once in three months? In every six months? One time in a year? Or every time a change is made?
Do you review your MSDS periodically?
This question may come into your head as I had the same question in the past. But, the good news is that you will find the answer in this post.
As you might already know that MSDS (Material Safety Data Sheet) or SDS (Safety Data Sheet) is a basic reference for handling hazardous chemicals safely. All related SOP you make have to refer to MSDS too.
Whether you are as a manufacturer of a chemical product, as a supplier, or as an end-user, you have to ensure keeping the latest version of the MSDS. Continue reading…