Be sure to reconcile the Safety Data Sheets at your facility to verify that you have an SDS for all hazardous chemicals present on site.
29 CFR 1910.1200 Appendix D stipulates the minimum information required to be contained on a SDS, and specifies each section number and heading. Hazard identification, first-aid measures, proper handling and storage requirements, appropriate personal protective equipment, exposure limits, and toxicological information are all covered on a SDS. Information on the likely routes of exposure, symptoms of exposure, and immediate and delayed effects from short-term and long-term exposure are reported. All of this information should be known by each individual working with a particular chemical.
It is the responsibility of the manufacturer, distributor, or importer to provide a SDS for each chemical. It is the responsibility of the employer to make a SDS for each chemical in the workplace readily available to all employees. And it is the responsibility of each individual worker to review the SDSs made available. Likely based on the increased prevalence of electronic SDS management systems, some distributors are starting to require customers to specifically request SDSs rather than automatically send them with each shipment. Be sure you know if any of your distributors are not sending SDSs automatically and request that they continue to do so if you are not using an electronic system.