Having the required SDS on file is one thing, but knowing how to read it is another. Do you know what all the terms mean? How about your employees? One of your most essential safety meetings should be on how to read and understand an SDS.
This is important not only because it is required, it is important so you know what to do if someone were to accidently have the chemical splash in their eyes, get on their skin or even ingest it. As a member you can access the safety meeting resources, including How to Read an SDS.