All Safety Data Sheets are provided to Livebetter Services and are available on request.

SDS are documents that provide critical information about hazardous chemicals. For example, they include information on:

  • the chemical’s identity and ingredients
  • health and physical hazards
  • safe handling and storage procedures
  • emergency procedures
  • disposal considerations

Businesses should use SDS when they assess the risks of hazardous chemicals in the workplace.

In Australia, manufacturers and imports of hazardous chemicals must keep SDS in accordance with the model Code of Practice for the Preparation of Safety Data Sheets for Hazardous Chemicals. Failure to create SDS correctly is a breach of WHS.

  • Peerless Jal SDS all available through their website  www.peerlessjal.com.au