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MSDS

Every hazardous product is accompanied with an MSDS, which contains detailed hazardous information about all hazards. MSDS are also the backbone of OSHAs hazardous communication regulation. The MSDS for particulary toxic and most often used chemicals are required to be kept in or near a lab's Chemical Hygiene Plan. Below are a few helpful links for finding MSDS information. If you need additional help, contact the Safety Office.

Fisher-Scientific MSDS search

SIRI MSDS Index

VWR MSDS search