Course Overview

A Safety Data Sheet (SDS) or formerly known as MSDS, is a document provided by a Chemical Manufacturer for each Product. The SDS includes information such as properties of each chemical, their physical, health and environmental hazards, protective measures and safety precautions to be undertaken for handling, storage and transporting the Chemical.


A Safety Data Sheet provides specific guidance on Personal Protective Equipment (PPE), First-Aid Procedures and Spill clean-up Procedures. 


This Training Course is designed to explain the purpose and scope of a SDS and understand the different sections in the SDS document. Further, the course aims at training Learners to read and interpret a Safety Data Sheet for Chemical Hazards. 

Course Structure

This Training is organised in the following sections - 

  • Section 1 - Background of SDS 
  • Section 2 - Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labelling of Chemicals (GHS)
  • Section 3 - Hazard Classification as per the GHS 
  • Section 4 - SDS - 16 Sections
  • Section 5 - Interpreting SDS for Chemical Management


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After completing this module, you will be able to:

  • Understand Globally Harmonized Systems of Classification and Labelling of Chemicals (GHS) and Safety Data Sheets (SDS) 
  • Understand the information provided under the 16 sections 
  • Learn about GHS label elements such as H-Statements, P-Statements, Signal Words and GHS pictograms
  • Interpret the SDS for Chemical Hazards and for Chemical Management Systems. 




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