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Date: Fri, 15 Jan 2010 15:26:03 -0500
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From: "Dr. Jay A. Young" <chemsafety**At_Symbol_Here**VERIZON.NET>
Subject: Re: FW: Blog link FYI
The toxic information on an MSDS can
come from any
source, reliable or imaginary. There is no standard. Too
are unreliable in that they contain erroneous information, lack
should be presented, or a mixture of the two, or information that is
poorly as to be misunderstandable.
The moral of this story: Never
MSDS. Instead trust the supplier of an MSDS. there are a
few, a very
few, suppliers whose MSDS's are excellent: Two come to mind
Pont and Ashland.
In my book, Improving safety in the
chemical lab: A
practical guide (Wiley, 2nd edition) there is a discussion on
tell if an MSDS is reliable or otherwise.
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Subject: Re: [DCHAS-L] FW: Blog
where the toxicological information on an MSDS comes
Academic Chemical Compliance
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