Table of Contents

1. 1988 WHMIS Overview

2. 1988 & 2015 Classification

3. 1988 & 2015 Labels

4. 1988 (MSDS) Material Safety Data Sheet 

    2015 SDS (Safety Data Sheet)

5. 1988 Summary & Quiz

2015 WHMIS  SDS

S.D.S  (Safety Data Sheet)  

(replaces 1988 WHMIS M.S.D.S.)


A SAFETY DATA SHEET (SDS) is only valid until such a time as significant changes to the product are developed.

SECTION IDENTIFICATION OTHER INFORMATION
SECTION 1IDENTIFICATION (Name of Product)- Other means of identification
- recommended use & restrictions on use
- Canadian Supplier name and contact
- Emergency contact phone and restrictions on this number (i.e. only available Mon-Fri)
SECTION 2HAZARDS IDENTIFICATION- Hazard Classification (class, category) of product
- Label Elements (Pictogram or name of pictogram; Signal Word; Hazard Statements; Precautionary statements
- Other Hazards that may not be in classification (i.e. molten material - FUSSES)
SECTION 3 INFORMATION ABOUT INGREDIENTS (COMPOSITION)When a hazardous ("controlled") product is a material or substance
- Chemical name
- Common name(s)
- Chemical Abstract Service (CAS) registry number and identifiers
- Chemical name of impurities, stabilizing solvents and/or additives++

For each substance in a mixture that is in the Health Hazard Class +++
-Chemical name
- Common name(s)
- CAS registry number and unique identifiers
- Concentration

NOTE: Confidential business information rules may apply. This means that ALL ingredients may not be listed. However, those that may cause harm should be)

SECTION 4FIRST AID TREATMENT- Describes what First-Aid actions must be carried out; depending upon exposure (i.e. inhalation, skin contact, eye contact, ingestion)
- Critical symptoms and effects (immediate and longer term (delayed)
SECTION 5FIREFIGHTING MEASURES- proper extinguishing media
- improper extinguishing media
- Specific hazards as a result of the product being involved in fire
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SECTION 6ACCIDENTAL RELEASE - WHAT TO DO- personal precautions- - emergency procedures
- procedures and materials for containment and clean-up
SECTION 7HANDLING AND STORAGE- safe handling procedures
- proper storage (also what NOT to store with or near this product)
SECTION 8EXPOSURE CONTROLS / PPE (Personal Protective Equipment)- control, (occupational exposure guidelines or biological exposure limits)
- engineering controls
- Individual protection (PPE
- -hygiene considerations (ie. eye/face, skin, lungs)
SECTION 9PHYSICAL & CHEMICAL PROPERTIES- physical appearance
- smell
- odour threshold
- pH
- melting or freezing point
- boiling point and range
- flash point
- evaporation rate
- flammability (solid or gas) ; upper / lower flammable / explosive limit
SECTION 10STABILITY & REACTIVITY- reactivity
- chemical stability
- risk of hazardous reactions
- conditions to avoid
- incompatible materials (i.e. putting acetone into a styrofoam cup - it will dissolve cup)
- hazardous decomposition products (by-product)
SECTION 11TOXICOLOGICAL INFORMATIONDegree of impact on aquatic life, soil, air (toxicity, persistence)
SECTION 12++++ECOLOGICAL INFORMATION- Not required by 2015 WHMIS
- Not adopted from GHS
- Not required by Canadian OSHA
SECTION 13++++DISPOSAL CONSIDERATIONS (Methods)++++ (12, 13, 14, 15) These sections must have the headings listed however Canadian regulations give the supplier the option to NOT provide information.
SECTION 14++++TRANSPORT INFORMATION
SECTION 15++++REGULATORY INFORMATION (The Law!)
SECTION 16OTHER INFORMATION


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