MsdsDigital.com has achieved this important milestone in just under two years, a testament to the database's popularity among a variety of users. Its usefulness is not limited to small businesses; municipalities and institutions like schools and hospitals can also benefit from this free tool. Essentially, any organization where access to (M)SDS is an important part of compliance and safety should consider registering for an account.
Unlike comparable services that can charge thousands of dollars for access, MsdsDigital.com has been and always will be free. Registered users gain access to an online (M)SDS binder where they can store their own documents or documents shared by others. The database search functionality includes autocomplete and spelling suggestions. Users can share their binder's URL to distribute (M)SDS to employees, customers, shipping agents or anyone else who needs the information. Any data sheet can be viewed, saved, printed or downloaded.
The Globally Harmonized System (GHS) and OSHA's changes to the Hazard Communication Standard to align with the GHS have employers all over the country searching for safety data sheets that meet the new requirements more cost effective deployment. OSHA expects employers to be in compliance with these new regulations as of June 1, 2016 and it's quickly approaching; that's proven nothing but upside for MsdsDigital.com.
"MsdsDigital.com has quickly become the largest free database of its kind," adds Beale. "We want to thank the thousands of registered users who have made this possible. And to those who want to explore what the tool has to offer, simply register for an account and start searching at http://msdsdigital.com/msds-database."
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