June 16, 2015
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Make it a habit to check MSDS regularly especially when evaluating a product you’ve never used before.
May 12, 2015
Forms that provide safety guidelines for use of professional products; MSDS are required by state and federal law to be distributed by all manufacturers and distributors under the OSHA Hazard Communication Standard 29 CFR 1910.
Keywords: chemicals MSDS
June 1, 2008
What you need to know about your Material Safety Data Sheets.
Keywords: educational materials MSDS product safety
August 1, 2004
A seemingly small safety hazard can turn into a big liability. By learning to recognize potential problems, you can prevent mishaps and create an accident-proof salon.
Keywords: insurance MSDS salon inspections salon safety
March 1, 1998
If you are a salon owner and don’t have proper MSDS (Material Safety Data Sheet) documentation, not only are you doing yourself and your clients a disservice, but you also risk getting into hot water with your local OSHA agency.
January 1, 1995
Improper storage of nail products can spoil product, make your salon smell worse than a chemical lab, and could present a health or fire hazard.
Keywords: MSDS product safety product storage
November 16, 1994
The goal of the “Hazard Communication Standard” is to reduce the incidence of chemical-related work-place illnesses and injuries.
Keywords: chemical safety MSDS OSHA working safely
June 1, 1992
If the volume of mail we receive from mothers-to-be is a fair gauge, there is growing concern among nail technicians that their health and livelihood may be at stake by working with salon chemicals.
Keywords: MSDS overexposure ventilation working while pregnant
November 1, 1991
Only 32% of nail technicians have Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) for the products they use.
Keywords: MSDS working safely