We have extensive experience in the translation of Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS), now known simply as Safety Data Sheets (SDS), for clients that include a range of industries and pharmaceutical companies.
These data sheets are intended to provide workers and emergency personnel with procedures for handling or working with chemical substances in a safe manner. They include such topics as hazardous ingredients, physical and chemical properties, stability and reactivity, toxicological information, disposal considerations and first aid measures, among others.
In Brazil, they are governed by the ABNT NBR 14725-4:2014 standard (Chemicals – Information about safety, health and environment Part 4: Safety Data Sheet (SDS) for chemicals). This part of the standard specifically defines the overall SDS format, the 16 required sections, the number and sequence of sections, the information to be included in the SDS and conditions regarding its applicability or use. However, it does not define a fixed SDS format.
Given our specialized fields of competence (biology, chemistry, physics, environment, health and safety), we are able to offer our clients translations with a high degree of technical accuracy in this specific area. Shown below are just a few of the MSDS we have already translated.
We are also experienced in the translation of Brazilian regulatory standards (environmental, health and safety) and manuals detailing laboratory procedures.
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