Missouri SDS laws & safety compliance analysis

Missouri SDS: What you need to know

· Rules. Missouri's chemical reporting requirements mirror federal community right-to-know requirements. Employers must provide material safety data sheets (MSDSs) to their local fire chief or LEPC on request.

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Missouri is not a "state plan" state; that is, it does not have a federally approved state occupational safety and health regulatory program. Consequently, the federal OSH Act governs workplace safety and health, including MSDS requirements, in the private sector workplace. For information on the federal MSDS requirements, see the national section MSDS .

· Administration and enforcement. DPS administers and enforces the state's community right-to-know rules. OSHA administers and enforces occupational safety and health, including MSDS requirements, in the private sector workplace. Missouri has no worker right-to-know program for its public sector workplaces.


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