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Safety Data Sheet (SDS)
Safety data sheets are the best source of information regarding the hazards, emergency response, and protective measures for any hazardous material. The SDS is a detailed informational document prepared by the manufacturer or importer of a hazardous chemical. It describes the physical and chemical properties of the product. SDS’s contain useful information such as flash point, toxicity, procedures for spills and leaks, and storage guidelines. Information included in a Safety Data Sheet aids in the selection of safe products, helps you understand the potential health and physical hazards of a chemical and describes how to respond effectively to exposure situations.
Safety Data Sheets are the means by which the employer can identify what chemicals have hazards attached to them.
For example, in section two of the Safety Data Sheets, these hazard classifications are described both verbally and with diagrams using terms such as, corrosive, irritant, harmful or dangerous to the environment. Risk and safety phrases are also provided. These phrases align to those presented on the product packaging instructions and labels.
Certificate of Analysis (CoA)
After manufacturing of reference standards or sample preparation kits, analysis of chemicals is carried out to check if target value of concentration, pH, purity, conductivity etc. is reached or not. Detailed result of analysis is presented on a report which is preapred according to ISO 17034 assesment for reference standards and ISO 9001 for chemicals and kits.
Informations of homogeneity, raw material, traceability etc. can be also presented with the certificate of analysis. When a reference material is offered with a certificate explained above then it's named as certified reference material. For chemicals which are sold as solid form or as sorbent materials in SPE products, product certificates include information about chemical and physical properties. You can download SDS and CoA documents of the product that you purchase by using sections below. You need catalog code (you can find it in CoA form) to search SDS documents and lot number (you can find it on labels) to search CoA documents.
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How To Search SDS and CoA ?
The only information you need to find SDS (Safety data sheet) and CoA (Certificate of analysis) is catalog code and lot number. These information is given on the related documents and labels. You can look over our sample documents which are linked below to learn where catalog code and lot no are on the documents. Once you get the codes, you can use the search tools at the bottom of the page.