Understanding customers’ needs around conversion, we review their current MSDS sheets, provide conversion options, and work with them to ensure that the new SDS form is correct.
Chicago (PRWEB) April 10, 2014
Labelmaster®, a leading manufacturer and distributor of regulatory compliance products, packaging and shipping solutions, has expanded its Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) HCS/GHS offering to include an easy, hassle-free MSDS to SDS conversion service, removing the time-consuming burden from chemical manufacturers’ internal staff.
Petro-chemical, pharmaceutical, paints and coatings companies and others involved in chemical manufacturing, in addition to importers, distributors and employers, must comply with all OSHA GHS modified provisions by June 1, 2015 as specified in 29 CFR 1910.1200.
Converting to the new GHS-based SDS format is a complex task, requiring new pictograms, terminology and 16 sections calling for specific chemical information. Labelmaster’s new offering eliminates many of the headaches from the change process of transferring information from MSDS requirements into the new SDS format for chemical producers.
“We make conversion a simple process,” said Meeta Kratz, Vice President of Marketing for Labelmaster. “Understanding customers’ needs around conversion, we review their current MSDS sheets, give them conversion options, and work with them to ensure that the new SDS form is correct. The system enables customers to look at the entire process from reviewing their documents all the way to compliant labeling of their containers for downstream use. Labelmaster can now provide an end-to-end solution from SDS conversion to labeling."
The MSDS to SDS conversion is a pay as you go, cost-effective service offering a quick turnaround time, and a meticulous QA process. It provides trade secret confidentiality.
For more information, visit http://www.labelmaster.com/GHS/SDS-Conversion/, call 800-621-5808, fax 800-723-4327 or email our sales team.
Labelmaster, established in 1967, is a developer, manufacturer, distributor and marketer of hazardous materials compliance products, including OSHA Hazard Communication Products, DOT placards, labels, regulatory publications, UN packaging, and more. The company’s 46 years of experience providing regulatory information and products for all transportation modes make it especially qualified as a total compliance resource. To learn more about Labelmaster, find us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter.