Could be real. (Do this no matter what time it is when you read this) . You just recieved a call from the emergency room. One of your employees; or spouse; or someone on your job site was found passed out on the floor. Next to them was a bottle of one of the cleaning products you normally use on your jobsite. They need a MSDS sheet to know how to give first aid to the person. Their life may depend on getting this info fast.
Now see how long it takes you to get a copy or email of the MSDS sheet for one of your cleaning products that you use . The clock is ticking now.
Forget about OSHA. This is a human life that you are responsible to provide the info the Doctor needs. Every minute counts. Every second counts. You have already used 3 seconds.
Don't think about this post until you have your copy. Then report back here as to how long it took. After that do another product you use.
Last Edit: Dec 26, 2006 19:21:45 GMT -5 by logan5127
Great Post! I think whatever company you are buying your products from should have a MSDS online. I think that is just plain and basic safety, along with courtesy. NO MSDS online, no website. you should look for another supplier.