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Dear All,
I am attaching on presentation on Chemical Safety by using MSDS.
It will be helpful for all chemical handling employees, if you give a training by thorough undestanding.
You can add / modify with the examples of chemicals used at your site.
MSDS is to be reviewed / updated biannually.
Give your comments.
Shailesh Mistry
EHS Dept.

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Dear Shailesh, Thanks for sharing . Keep up the good work. Team, Attached the MSDS related PPT’s which has slept on my hard drive for your view.

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Dear Sir, First my heartful thanks to you for providing such a messageful presentation. You done a Great Job, Keep posting good stuff. With Regards Shariff
Dear All,

What is the difference between STEL and TWA? And Application of the same in Industrial Safety

Let me explain this by using a real life example.

The present problem in Mumbai about commutation by road is Traffic Jam.

Particularly at Signal Points lot of automobile emission takes place leading to increased Pollutants in the atmosphere.

If we consider this as a work place and working of Automobile Drivers and Traffic Police as working people, then STEL would be applicable to Drivers. However for Police the TWA would be applicable.

The drivers would pass the polluted area within less time but the Traffic Police would be there for all duty hours.

In most of the Plating Industries I have seen the jobs are assembled on fixtures. Assembly is done on a work station which has U type layout, or in multiple rows layouts adopting single piece flow concept. The assembly work station is at the center or at any one side of the shop.The chemical tanks have fumes collection systems as well as scrubbers.

The operator has to go to the Tanks for loading and unloading and has to come back to assembly station for assembly / dis-assembly

The work place monitoring at the assembly station has to be done for TWA, where the operator is working most of the time.

The work place monitoring at the breathing height of the operator is to be done for STEL. As the operator shall go to the tank only for loading and unloading, the time of which is less than 10 minutes.

The most ideal situation is to limit the concentration of pollutants even less than TWA limits.

Factories Act Second Schedule has defined different values for the above two.

Invite all of you for your views on this matter.


Dear Team
Hi Good Afternoon
Please explian about my Below Question
What is MSDS and what should be know from the document.
Please dop the needful
Thank you
Y.Job Cornelius
Jr Engg - Marketing
Mitsuba Sical India
Dear Y.Job Cornelius,
MSDS stands for Material Safety Data Sheet.
If any chemicals are used in a company, it is the responsibility of management to make the MSDS available.
The Physical, Chemical, properties are given in this document.
The specific information on precautions to be taken for Health and Safety during transportation, storage, Use and Disposal are given in MSDS.
Management is supposed to provide all safety controls as defined in MSDS and operators have to follow all precautions and use PPE's.
Every chemical has a unique identification number which is known as CAS number (Chemical Abstract Service). If you know the CAS number of a chemical you can easily get the MSDS on net.
Alternatively you can google SIRI Index to get the MSDS of the desired chemical.
You should convert the safety instructions in local language and communicate the hazards to the workmen.
In case you need any more information pl revert back.
Thanks & Regards,
Dear Sudhir,
Very well explained. Keep on doing the good work.
Dear Team,
It is just an information. Actually I was talking to Ex-CIF, Delhi few days back & asked something about MSDS. And as I said MSDS, the Ex-CIF, Mr. Sharma told me that it no more MSDS. It has been replaced by world SDS i.e. Safety Data Sheet only. Please get it confirmed.
Inderjeet Singh"Born to lead."
Dear Inder, Really,, i am not aware of this will check with my collegues and let u know. . . I hope it won’t change. .
Dear Inderjeet & Raghu
Subsequent to the discussion on MSDS or SDS I had searched the net and got the following link which is supporting to what Inderjeet said is right:
Safety Data Sheets (SDS)
Only one thing to ensure whether it is applicable in our country too or not... The mentioned website is from Australia...
Dear Dipil,
You and Mr.Inder both are right but still its not yet announced by OSHA if i receive any message regarding this topic will let our members know immediately. . .
I hope its only applicable on Australia. . . Will see then
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