# Standard Interpretations
1 - 1910.1200(f)(1) - HCS Labeling requirements regarding intra-plant and intercompany shipping
2 - 1910.1200(f)(1) - HCS pictogram labeling of DOT-39 Non-Refillable Cylinders
3 - 1910.1200(f)(1) - Listing and disclosing Benzene as a human carcinogen on the label and SDS
4 - 1910.1200(f)(1) - Separate SDSs and labels for dual components
5 - 1910.1200(f)(1) - Labeling outer containers of chemical cleaning products while in storage.
6 - 1910.1200(f)(1) - Labeling small containers
7 - 1910.1200(f)(1) - Safety Data Sheets for grinding wheels and abrasives
8 - 1910.1200(f)(1) - Labeling refrigerant cylinders
9 - 1910.1200(f)(1) - Container labeling requirements for importer under HCS 2012
10 - 1910.1200(f)(1) - Safety data sheets for custom blend fertilizers
11 - 1910.1200(f)(1) - Requirements for labeling of products shipped for export only to non-U.S. destinations, under the revised Hazard Communication Standard (HCS 2012)
12 - 1910.1200(f)(1) - HCS labeling of imports and exports
13 - 1910.1200(f)(1) - Correct use of product identifiers on safety data sheets and labels
14 - 1910.1200(f)(1) - Practical accommodation for the labeling of small packages under the Hazard Communication Standard (HCS)
15 - 1910.1200(f)(1) - Use of multiple countries' information on labels of hazardous chemicals
16 - 1910.1200(f)(1) - Acceptable use of pictograms on chemical labels under the revised Hazard Communication standard
17 - 1910.1200(f)(1) - What is the correct grouping/placement of the six required elements for labels
18 - 1910.1200(f)(1) - Labels on ampoules 5mL or smaller
19 - 1910.1200(f)(1) - Practical accommodation for hazard communication labels on small shipped chemical containers
20 - 1910.1200(f)(1) - Manufacturer's name and address on the label of a chemical product under HCS 2012
21 - 1910.1200(f)(1) - Applicability of the Laboratory Standard; MSDS and labeling requirements.
22 - 1910.1200(f)(1) - Maintaining MSDSs on a computer data base.
23 - 1910.1200(f)(1) - Conformation of labeling requirements of the Hazard Communication Standard