Do you maintain a library of Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS's) for all the chemicals (e.g. cleaning agents, etc...) you use?

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Yes
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No
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Huh????
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I would have said Huh?? but I know the answer is no. If anyone asks I will bring out the bottles of whatever.

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Since we do not have any employees, the health dept. goes easy on us.  In my previous life I had a responsibility to maintain all the MSDS information and did.  That was pre-computer.  Now I would just burn a CD with the downloaded info and be done with it.

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No, never asked or required.  On the other hand we do have to have list of pool chemicals and calendar/amount used.  This is for our ins. inspection.

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Health Inspector wanted to see ours.... Uhh, Umm, Urr.... Well it's a good winter project, she said.

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We did it last year because we finally found out some of what the health insp looks for. We put it in a file online but also printed them out. HUNDREDS of pages. You'll be amazed how many 'chemicals' you use. We have all the pages in a huge folder in the laundry room.

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