The Safety Coordinator should make a Hazardous Chemicals MSDS Index Template with the operational areas where they are used and the corresponding MSDS for each chemical. The Safety Coordinator should maintain and update CMP101-5 as necessary and will post a separate list in each work area. The Safety Coordinator will work with each project manager to incorporate protective measures for hazardous chemicals used in their area into their safe work procedures.
The Safety Coordinator should ensure that all hazardous chemicals in the facility are properly labeled and updated, as necessary. Labels should list at least the chemical identity, appropriate hazard warnings, and the name and address of the manufacturer, importer, or responsible party. If there are a number of stationary containers within a worksite that have similar contents and hazards, signs will be posted on them to convey the hazard information. If chemicals are transferred from a labeled container to a portable container that is intended for immediate use, no labels are required on the portable container.
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