Health, Safety & Environment Resources

Translation Accuracy Disclaimer

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OSHA Alliance Diisocyanates Medical Screening and Surveillance Guidance Documents

While these two new resources are being provided for general information purposes only and do not create any new regulatory requirements or obligations, it is important to note that periodic medical screening and surveillance for workers is a good occupational health practice and is not unique to diisocyanates.

OSHA Flammable Storage Training Presentation

These materials were developed by OSHA’s Directorate of Training and Education and are intended to assist employers, workers, and others as they strive to improve workplace health and safety.

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Safety Data Sheets

Two SDS templates are available, one for products made using MOCA and one for all others.   You need to add company specific information along with information on any  prepolymers, curatives, catalysts, plasticizers, fillers, and pigments or other additives which, by their use add a hazard beyond the ones covered in these documents. Instructions for completion are included with the templates.

Regulatory Rambings

Click here to access the Regulatory Ramblings articles published in the PMA Polytopics newsletter.
Submitted by Mike Kocak, C.U.E., Inc, EHS-Regulatory Committee Chair