Translating your company’s SDS into multiple languages removes language barriers and improves communication and understanding. Translating SDS documents into the language of your employees supports workplace safety programs. Improved communication and heightened awareness around hazardous materials empowers your employees to anticipate risks, take precautions and take the correct actions in the event of a substance-related emergency.
The vast majority of consumers of chemical substances require an SDS from their suppliers; as such, producers of hazardous chemicals must provide an SDS in the official language(s) of the market in which it is being produced and sold. In general, it is the manufacturer or distributor that is responsible for creating the SDS.
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