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    Where can I find chemical safety information on the Internet?

    December 2, 2010

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    A compilation of websites that offer chemical safety information, such as fact sheets, Material Safety Data Sheets and toxicological profiles, is available. The website also includes a glossary of frequently used MSDS terms and acronyms. MSDSs are covered under OSHA's hazard communication standard.



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