You spend your days making sure that your clients stay comfortable, so why should you have to sweat OSHA inspections? Whether you’re conducting routine HVAC maintenance or completing a top-to-bottom buildout, you can depend on this (M)sds book to keep you above board all the while.
We’ve talked to leading HVAC contractors and experts to obtain their feedback on the sheets they use most, and we’ve included them all here. You even get a Hazcom Policy guide that you can use to implement more robust, OSHA-compliant safety programs.
Stop struggling with hazard communications. We’ve designed this (M)sds book specifically for contractors who need to improve their OSHA HazCom compliance practices, and it’s certain to help you operate your workplace more effectively.
Need to write a HazCom Policy? Just fill in the template. Want to build a training set? Follow our format and you'll improve your employees’ understanding of the materials they work with as required by OSHA. And at the same time, you and your site supervisors can brush up on the employer responsibilities using the included guides.
This binder includes OSHA-regulated resources designed for the busy contractor. Just fill out the template included to create a current, OSHA-compliant Written Hazard Communication Policy, and you’ll be well on your way to implementing a more efficient workplace safety program.
Haven’t you been putting this off long enough?
Each binder features a well-researched collection of the most common SDS records (formerly MSDS) required around the typical job site. The (M)sds in this volume are listed at the bottom of the page. We’ve also added the inventory lists, employee training guide and outlines that detail your responsibilities as an employer or manager, all of which makes up your new HazCom Policy.
Our goal is to help you implement smarter compliance standards and avoid incurring government fines. We believe that our contractor-oriented collection is the ideal tool. From the Hazard Communication Standard, or HCS, and other OSHA-required literature, we’ve filled this MSDS book with the facts that you’ll need to know to become a responsible employer.
The Majority of Our Records Are in SDS Format
Some of the books still have a few MSDS because not all the companies have complied with OSHA’s deadline to transition to the new SDS format. We check for new SDS or updates every month. In an effort to make those new records available to you, we grant you free digital access to our newest SDS records for a year after your purchase via our members only area of this website.
As a contractor, OSHA requires that you maintain at least one accessible MSDS book per job site. We know how swamped you are, so we’re offering a discount if you buy three or more binders. Choose the volumes you need from our sds library to create a set for effective workplace training.
The Download, How it Works
After you pay, just click “My Account” at the top of every page and look for “My Downloads” in the menu bock to the left side of the page. From inside the “My Downloads” file you can download the book in its entirety. Your new (M)sds book is a PDF, you can print that whole document at once as your (M)sds book. Or, on the left and just below is another block called “My (M)sds books”, your books are also listed here, but in these files all the (M)sds are listed individually, so you can print, download or email just one at a time when you need to.
It’s Actually a One Year Subscription
You have access to your account for a full year. Every time we update your book, or any of the (M)sds sheets within it, those updates will be reflected in your account. We check the individual (M)sds every month, and usually update the books once or twice a year. At the end of the year, we’ll shoot you out an email, and tell you we’re going to renew.
|Bondo All Purpose Fiberglass Resin||Galvanneal Steel Products||Propane|
|Bondo Body Filler 3M||Gasoline, All Grades||Quickrete Concrete Mix|
|Carbon Steel Products||Goof Off Heavy Duty||R-410A|
|Diesel Fuel (All Types)||Gorilla Glue||RAID WASP & HORNET KILLER|
|Duct Tape||GREAT STUFF Foam Sealant||Silicone sealant (adhesive)|
|Ductmate 5511M||GUNK INDUSTRIAL CONTACT CLEANER||Simple Green All‐Purpose Cleaner|
|Ductmate Aluminized Steel Products||Gunk Thrust Starting Fluid||SMITH FILTER FLIUID (petroleum distillate)|
|Ductmate Galvanized Steel Products||Hydraulic Oil||SMITH FILTER SPRAY|
|Ductmate Neoprene Gasket||Masking Tape||Snap Line Chalk|
|Ductmate PVC Cleat||Master Flow Insulated Flexible Duct Silver Jacket||Super Glue|
|Durock Underlayment Board||MULTI-PURPOSE LITHIUM GREASE||USED REFRIGERANTS AND REFRIGERANT BLENDS|
|Fiber Glass Insulation||Nickel Cadmium Battery||WD-40|
|Filtrete Commercial High Performance HVAC Filters||nitrogen (dot); nitrogen gas; Nitrogen NF,||WINDEX ORIGINAL GLASS CLEANER|
|Fire Extinguishing Agent||OFF! DEEP WOODS INSECT REPELLENT||Wood and Wood Products|
|Firestop Silicone Sealant||Orange Marking Paint||Zinsser Bulls Eye 123 Spray|