2-Way SDS Station Sign - H1687, SDS Signs by SafetySign.com

SDS Station
7 × 10″ Panel with 1″ Flange on Side
Material Mounting Holes Sku Quantity/Price
1–5 6–10 11+
.060″ Double-Sided Polystyrene Plastic Two 7/32″ holes (one at top of flange, one at bottom of flange) H1687-KL $23.35 $22.15 $19.95
.040″ Double-Sided Rust-Free Aluminum Two 7/32″ holes (one at top of flange, one at bottom of flange) H1687-ML $30.70 $29.15 $26.25
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Material Specifications:
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Service Temp Range:
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Viewing Distance*
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* Under favorable viewing conditions.

A 2-Way SDS Station Sign has safety text and/or images for chemical safety protocol and compliance. A 2-Way SDS Station Sign is a helpful resource to help protect the health and safety of personnel, and is not a substitute for required protective measures for reducing or eliminating hazards.

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OSHA MSDS updated to SDS

In 2012, OSHA made big changes to its Hazard Communication Standard (HCS) (29 CFR 1910.1200(g)), aligning it with the United Nations' global chemical labeling system. These changes help to protect workers who handle hazardous chemicals by improving the ways in which those hazards are communicated.

One of the changes OSHA made in the revised Hazard Communication Standard, referred to as HazCom 2012, was with the format of the Safety Data Sheets or SDS. Under the old HazCom 1994, an MSDS could have a number of different formats. The most common safety data sheets were the 8 section OSHA MSDS and the 16 section ANSI MSDS. With the adoption of GHS in the HazCom 2012 however, material safety data sheets are to feature a strict ordering of 16 sections and will now be referred to as simply Safety Data Sheets or SDS.

The 16 sections are as follows:

  • Section 1: Identification
  • Section 2: Hazard(s) Identification
  • Section 3: Composition/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 (non-mandatory)
  • Section 13: Disposal Considerations (non-mandatory)
  • Section 14: Transport Information (non-mandatory)
  • Section 15: Regulatory Information (non-mandatory)
  • Section 16: Other Information

Click here to see a detailed summary from OSHA of the information an SDS needs to contain.

The following are key OSHA standards regarding Safety Data Sheets:

1910.1200(g)(8)
The employer shall maintain in the workplace copies of the required safety data sheets for each hazardous chemical, and shall ensure that they are readily accessible during each work shift to employees when they are in their work area(s). (Electronic access and other alternatives to maintaining paper copies of the safety data sheets are permitted as long as no barriers to immediate employee access in each workplace are created by such options.)

1910.1200(g)(9)
Where employees must travel between workplaces during a workshift, i.e., their work is carried out at more than one geographical location, the material safety data sheets may be kept at the primary workplace facility. In this situation, the employer shall ensure that employees can immediately obtain the required information in an emergency.

1910.1200(g)(10)
Safety data sheets may be kept in any form, including operating procedures, and may be designed to cover groups of hazardous chemicals in a work area where it may be more appropriate to address the hazards of a process rather than individual hazardous chemicals. However, the employer shall ensure that in all cases the required information is provided for each hazardous chemical, and is readily accessible during each work shift to employees when they are in their work area(s).

1910.1200(g)(11)
Safety data sheets shall also be made readily available, upon request, to designated representatives, the Assistant Secretary, and the Director, in accordance with the requirements of § 1910.1020(e).

For the complete OSHA standard and more information on hazard communication Click here.

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Which Size Sign Should I Choose? The 2-Way SDS Station Sign is offered in the size shown in the table below. Use the data in the table to help you decide if the size of this 2-Way SDS Station Sign will meet your requirements.

Size Width Height Depth Average
Text Size
Max Viewing
Distance
Available Materials Mounting Holes Corner Radius Diagram
7 × 10″ Panel with 1″ Flange on Side 7″ 10″ 1″ ⅞″ Up to 21′ 10″
  • .040″ Double-Sided Rust-Free Aluminum
  • .060″ Double-Sided Polystyrene Plastic
Two 7/32″ Holes (#10 or 3/16″ screws recommended) ¼″ Diagram
The viewing distances listed in this chart reflect the maximum viewing distance for the sign under favorable viewing conditions.
Favorable viewing conditions are those which allow for a clear, unobstructed view of the message on the sign. Examples of favorable viewing conditions are a bright lighting source over the sign, clear weather conditions, and a clear line of sight with no obstructions blocking the view of the sign from certain angles and no other nearby signs creating distractions.
In unfavorable conditions, the sign is viewable at up to half the favorable distance. Unfavorable viewing conditions are those which make it difficult to read the message of the sign. Examples of this are poor lighting such as a dimly lit room, obstructions blocking the view of the sign from certain angles, poor weather conditions, and other signs posted nearby which create a distraction.
It is the responsibility of the end user to determine the correct size, viewing distance, sign positioning, and sign size for your specific hazard. According to the ANSI Z353.2 sign standard, a ratio of 25 feet of viewing distance per inch of text height, under favorable viewing conditions, should be used to determine the size of your sign. Under unfavorable viewing conditions, such as in low light or for signs with complex messages, the ratio of viewing distance to text height is 12.5 feet to 1 inch.
More Options SafetySign.com understands that the 2-Way SDS Station Sign may not be available in the size that you require. Please contact our customer service team today and we’ll be happy to work with you to produce exactly what you need. Contact us now.
Material Thickness Outdoor Durability Service Temp. Range Available
Sizes
Plastic
Double-Sided Polystyrene Plastic Polystyrene is a low weight, high impact resistant plastic that is rust-free, chip and crack resistant, and is ideal for many applications. 0.06″ 1 to 2 Years N/A
  • 7 × 10″ Panel with 1″ Flange on Side
Aluminum
Double-Sided Rust-Free Aluminum A durable metal material that will not chip, crack, or rust, offers superior resistance to harsh weather conditions, and has good chemical resistance properties. 0.04″ 5 to 7 Years -40° to 212° F
  • 7 × 10″ Panel with 1″ Flange on Side
 
None
Engineering Grade
High Intensity Prismatic
Diamond Grade
  NoneEngineering GradeHigh Intensity PrismaticDiamond Grade
ATSM D956 Type Type I Type IV Type IX
Brightness Standard Material 3x More 10x More
Night-Time Visibility 500' 1,000' 1,500'
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SafetySign.com understands that the 2-Way SDS Station Sign may not be available in a material that meets your requirements. Please contact our customer service team today and we’ll be happy to work with you to find the right material for your needs. Contact us now.
This 2-Way SDS Station Sign is printed using the latest digital printing technologies and processes. These processes shorten set-up time, allowing us to print your sign quickly and ship out fast. Your 2-Way SDS Station Sign will not peel, unlike 2-way signs from companies that laminate graphics over the sign material. SafetySign.com prints your 2-Way SDS Station Sign directly onto the substrate without lamination using UV inks.
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We choose our printing processes for each product carefully so you receive the best quality product at the lowest price with industry-leading turnaround times. Depending on your size, material, quantity, and other factors, your sign will print using one of our carefully-tested methods.

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SafetySign.com’s advanced printing process undergoes a stringent cross-hatching test. This specifically tests the adhesion and resistance to separation of the inks from the sign. In testing, a sample from the printing process is scored and covered in adhesive tape. The tape is removed and the sample assessed for adhesion quality.

We use a three-stage process to test all of our printing processes. We print our signs using only the processes that pass all three stages, giving you the highest quality signage possible.

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Fonts

The text is printed in Arial Black font.

The 2-Way SDS Station Sign from SafetySign.com uses this font to create a bold message that stands out in order to grab your attention, while also remaining clearly legible at the maximum safe viewing distance of the product.

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