Safety data sheets
The online data base of ExxonMobil Chemical safety data sheets is accessible here.
ExxonMobil Chemical has a strong commitment to product safety. We are dedicated to minimizing adverse risks and impacts associated with the manufacture, use, and disposal of our products.
During the development of and prior to marketing our products, we assess safety, health, and environmental (SHE) aspects as well as compliance with product safety legislation, both where the products are made and in their intended markets. Rigorous assessments required by government authorities are conducted and updated as new information becomes available to assure the safety of our products.
Through safety data sheets (SDS), we provide this information to those who transport, use, and dispose of our products, including appropriate uses, potential health and environmental effects, personal protection and exposure controls, first aid measures, and disposal considerations.
SDSs are provided to our customers via an automatic system, the internet, or work procedures. The latest revision of the SDS should always be consulted. According to our policy, we will provide them with an SDS of any of our chemicals products even where this may not be required by law.
The GHS standard, organized in 16 sections, is the standard in most areas:
- In the EU, it was adopted by REACH.
- In Asia Pacific, it is widely used.
- In the US, the SDS format is being aligned with GHS recommendations as GHS is implemented.
The sections below lead you to a summmary of the information presented in each section of an SDS. More details are available in our User's Guide to Safety Data Sheets.
In this section
- GHS of classification and labeling
- The OECD chemicals safety program
- Chemical management programs
- VOC regulations
- Transport regulations
- Food contact regulations
- Other regulations
Safety data sheets
- Section 1: Product and company identification
- Section 2: Hazard identification
- Section 3: Composition and information on ingredients
- Section 4: First aid measures
- Section 5: Fire fighting measures
- Section 6: Accidental release measures
- Section 7: Handling and storage
- Section 8: Exposure controls, personal protection
- Section 9: Physical and chemical properties
- Section 10: Stability and reactivity
- Section 11: Toxicological information
- Section 12: Ecological information
- Section 13: Disposal considerations
- Section 14: Transport information
- Section 15: Regulatory information
- Section 16: Other information