Yes, we can help you streamline the SDS authoring process for bulk quantities. If you have the need for large quantities of SDSs, our team will work directly with you to determine the necessary process, based on how your existing data is stored. Please contact us to discuss further.
SDS stands for safety data sheet, which are documents that list information relating to occupational safety and health for the use of various substances and products. SDSs are a widely used system for cataloging information on chemicals, chemical compounds, and chemical mixtures.
Yes, if you manufacture hazardous substances or mixtures.
The Globally Harmonized System (GHS) was created by the United Nations to create a single worldwide methodology for chemical classification, labelling and safety data sheets (SDS). The goal is to ensure that users are provided with practical, reliable and easy to understand information on chemical hazards, and can take the appropriate preventive and protective measures for their health and safety. It is designed to replace the various classification and labelling standards used in different countries with consistent reporting criteria on a global level.
Classification, Labelling and Packaging (CLP) is the EU’s adoption of the UN GHS.
Typical (generic) SDS-authoring companies create SDSs that can misrepresent a Cosmetic product. Ingredient SAFE SDSs are focused for the cosmetic industry, so that products are not misrepresented. We believe that SDSs for cosmetic products should not read like a Safety Data Sheet for a 55-gallon drum of an industrial chemical. If you are working with a generic SDS-authoring company, you may be doing your products a disservice. Use Ingredient SAFE to author your SDSs and represent your products properly.
- Means of Identification
- Supplier Name
- Supplier Address
- Supplier Telephone
- Emergency Contact Name
- Emergency Contact Telephone within USA and Canada
- Emergency Contact Telephone outside USA and Canada
- Is Anhydrous / Oily?
- Physical State
- Is Aerosol
- Heat of Combustion (kJ/g)
- Flash Point (Celsius)
- Boiling Point (Celsius)
- Specific Gravity
- Serious Eye Damage/Irritation Test Data
- Melting Point (Celsius)
- Upper/Lower Flammability
- Vapor Pressure
- Vapor Density
- Relative Density
- Odor Threshold
- Evaporation Rate
- Flammability (solid, gas)
- Partition Coefficient
- Auto-Ignition Temp
- Oxidizing Properties
- Skin Contact Test Data
- Eye Contact Test Data
- Skin Corrosion/Irritation Test Data
- Skin Sensitization Test Data
- UN Number / Proper Shipping Name
Yes, flashpoint (in Celsius) is required for products containing more than 20% alcohol, and all aerosol products.
The state of California requires manufacturers that import hazardous substances or a mixture of substances that constitutes a cosmetic or is used as a disinfectant to publish SDSs that have been translated into Spanish, Vietnamese, Chinese, Korean and English on their website so that they are available to the public. This requirement became effective July 1, 2020.
SDSs created and emailed to you as Microsoft Word documents. If multiple SDSs are included in one order, the documents will be sent in a zip file.
Yes. Since SDSs are provided as Microsoft Word documents, the files can be edited to include a logo.