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Safety Data Authoring Services

Let our resident chemist and toxicologist help you prepare your safety data sheets(SDS). Having a dual qualified chemist and toxicologist also to provide you with informed advice, develop high quality safety data sheets.

Do you import chemicals from overseas and need an Australian GHS compliant safety data sheet?

Do you have safety data sheets that need to be updated to GHS 7th edition?

Lisa J Stevens and Associates Pty Ltd is able to help you

create, maintain and review your SDS's to

ensure their compliance with GHS 7th Edition.  

Remember that suppliers and users of hazardous chemicals should not supply or receive stock manufactured or imported after 31 December 2022 if it does not have up-to-date labels or SDS under which complies with GHS 7th edition

For more information go to Safework Australia 

What is a Safety Data Sheet?

A Safety Data Sheet (SDS) is a document that provides health and safety information about products, substances or chemicals that are classified as hazardous substances or dangerous goods.

Who needs an SDS sheet?

Employers using or storing dangerous goods or hazardous substances on their premises must ensure that:

  • they obtain an up-to-date SDS for each of these products
  • their employees, contractors and emergency services personnel have access to the SDS

Manufacturers' and suppliers' responsibilities

Manufacturers and importers of dangerous goods and hazardous substances must:

  • prepare an SDS for each of their products
  • give the current SDS to employers or occupiers of premises where the product is used or stored
  • review and revise each SDS as often as necessary (at least every 5 years) to make sure that the information is accurate and up to date

Downstream suppliers of dangerous goods and hazardous substances must also give SDSs to buyers, which they can get from the manufacturer or importer. This does not apply to suppliers who are retailers (for example, hardware stores).