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A Guide to Safe Use of Salon Hair Products

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A GUIDE TO THE SAFE USE OF SALON HAIR PRODUCTS

MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEETS

IMPORTANT
KEEP THIS BOOK IN THE SALON FOR REFERENCE PURPOSES JULY 2002

SUMMARY HAIR PREPARATIONS should generally not present a risk to the health and safety of hairdressers or their clients if used sensibly and manufacturers' instructions are followed. Manufacturers are required by law to supply health and safety information on any products used in hairdressing salons (a place of work) that contain potentially hazardous substances. Details must also be provided on the precautions that should be taken to reduce any risks. The information that manufacturers must give their customers (hairdressing salon owners or wholesalers) is given in this booklet. The purpose of this booklet is to provide sufficient information on the HAIR PRODUCTS used in salons, for you to make a workplace Hazard assessment and Management as required by Hazardous Substances Regulations for New Zealand under the Health and Safety in Employment Act, Toxic Substances Act, Dangerous Goods Act and Hazardous Substances and New Organisms Act. This book contains 14 Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS). They cover the categories of products commonly used in hairdressing salons. The MSDS tells you how to safely handle a product. It provides information for workers and professionals to help them make decisions and to prevent or deal with emergencies. Use the product lists issued by manufacturers to determine which MSDS applies to a particular haircare product. The information given in this booklet is ONLY PART of what is required to meet the requirement for workplace Hazard assessment and management. Information will be also required on any other products used in the salon which may be hazardous to health, such as those used for cleaning, disinfecting and nail care products. This Guide should also be used in conjunction with the Guide to Occupational Safety and Health for hairdressing published by the New Zealand Association of Hairdressers OHS New Zealand has been consulted during the preparation of this booklet and their comments have been incorporated. All manufacturers/distributors must supply their customers (salons) with a list specifying which MSDS in this booklet is relevant to each of their products. If you do not have such a list, contact your supplier. If any of the products supplied by manufacturers do not comply with the information in this booklet then the correct information (i.e. product specific Material safety Data Sheet) will be provided separately. 1

This booklet was written by the CTFA New Zealand and based on the Australian Publication of the same name. This publication has been made possible by the following companies:

- American Crew (New Zealand - L'Oreal - Matrix Essentials New Zealand - Sabre Corporation (New Zealand) - Sebastian International - Schwarzkopf New Zealand - Shisiedo New Zealand - Wella
Foreword
I commend the Cosmetic Toiletry and Fragrance Association of New Zealand for their initiative in producing this guide. It is a useful document that provides practical guidance on managing health and safety in the hairdressing industry. Adopting the safe work practices in this guide will assist employers to meet their obligations under the Health and Safety in Employment Act 1992. The guide will also assist employees to be aware of the health and safety hazards they may encounter at work and how to take the necessary precautions. The Occupational Safety and Health Service of the Department of Labour encourages the use of this guide by all those working in the hairdressing industry.

R.J.M. Hill General Manager Occupational Safety and Health

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it is designed to highlight some of the most important points you should be aware of. Cosmetic products are safe when used according to manufacturer’s instructions and recommendations. product's label information. the hairdresser to make an assessment of possible health and safety risks associated with storing and handling of these products in the environment in which you work. Are professional cosmetic products safe? A great deal of effort and resources are directed towards product safety on the part of manufacturers and regulators. rather. COLIPA (The European federation of the national associations of the perfumery. The Australian National Health and Medical Research Council (NHRMC).A GUIDE TO THE SAFE USE OF SALON HAIR PRODUCTS The aim of this guide is to provide relevant information on hair products used in Salons for you. Ingredient lists inform about the substances present in the products. The Food and Drug Administration (FSA) in the USA. your clients and your fellow employees. cosmetics and toiletries industry) in Europe. The guide is not intended to be a complete encyclopaedia of safety information. Your regular training. This information will help you and your clients avoid unwanted allergic reactions and/or to find products that do not present the potential for that problem. and other bodies combine to ensure that products offered for sale in the market place are safe. other safety information that is available to you and use of good judgement on the job will help you avoid injury to yourself. The guide complies with the requirements of the Health and Safety in Employment Act and related regulation. If unable to locate this information on the packs you currently use or offer for sale. If you or some of your clients are allergic to certain ingredients. poor practice resulting in extended skin contact or respiratory exposure to particular products may cause ill health to some hair and beauty practitioners. a look at the list will tell you whether those ingredients are present in the product. Ingredients Listing While responsible manufacturers and suppliers will have ingredients listed there is no legal obligation other than those set out in the Toxic Substances Act Regulations for Scheduled Poisons. Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA). Australian and New Zealand Health departments. contact your supplier or distributor and ask that the information be provided to you. 3 . However.

To help you avoid ingredients to which you may be allergic. however it is implied under sections 7 & 10. the police. For this reason some of the information on a MSDS may appear too technical and unnecessary. make sure to find out from your doctor the chemical name or other commonly used names for that ingredient. In each case the information provided in the MSDS should be read and clearly understood by everyone. information which is not often understood by personnel who have not had specialist training in that area. Some of the groups list the products contained within them as hazardous. c). occupational hygienists. If you are unsure consult your doctor or the supplier to confirm one way or another. government authorities and so on. Such people may include managers. others list the products as non hazardous. *Refer to LEGEND on page 7. These people will often need to know additional technical information associated with the product. This guide has attempted to cover the majority of products supplied to hairdressers and in so doing 14 product groups have been created. transport drivers. but you are required by Law to make sure all employees know about information pertaining to a hazard and the information is 4 . What is the product I am about to use? What do I need to know before and while I use it? What do I do if a hazardous situation occurs? How can I prevent a hazardous situation from occurring? The MSDS will tell you how to safely handle the product so that you do not place yourself or others at risk. Manufacturers have assessed all product groups and have prepared a Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) for each one of them. What can you learn from a Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS)? The MSDS enables the user to answer some basic questions.Ingredient names are listed according to a standardised international format and therefore should make no difference as to where the products are sourced from. supervisors. poison information centres personnel. Please keep this guide available in the workplace for employees to look at whenever they wish. fire fighters. doctors. a). The MSDS provides information to both workers and professionals to help them make decisions and to prevent or deal with emergencies. then compare those names with those on the ingredients list. Material safety Data Sheets (MSDS) There is no requirement under the Health and Safety in Employment Act that a material safety data sheet be prepared by the manufacturer or the supplier if the product being supplied is assessed as being a hazardous substance. d). b).

FLASH POINT .Is a measure of how much of a substance can accumulate as a vapour in the air above a liquid or solid. Useful in determining potential fire hazards and for determining potential respiratory hazard FLAMMABILITY LIMITS .ingestion (swallowing).The range of concentrations of flammable vapours in the air which will burn if ignited.This information is useful in determining effective fire extinguishing methods and spill clean up procedures. inhalation (breathing).contained on the MSDS is an excellent means of conveying this information and what it means for them. Physical description and properties APPEARANCE . VAPOUR PRESSURE .In addition to explaining what the products look like (ie.Less than 1. Similarly. 5 .Is a measure of acidity and alkalinity. Health Hazards Information This section describes the potential health hazards of short term (acute) and long term (chronic) exposure to the products within the group.Is the lowest temperature at which a liquid will produce enough vapours to ignite if an ignition source is present. The effects are divided into major routes of exposure -. This subsection also contains additional information useful in determining the likely hazards which further characterise the product. powder etc) it will also include the likely product colour and product odour. high pH means the product is alkaline. SPECIFIC GRAVITY . SOLUBILITY IN WATER . For example 1 = highly acidic and 14 = highly alkaline Ingredients This subsection provides the chemical name. Low pH means the product is acidic. skin and eye contact. liquid. Non hazardous ingredients may also be described. the first aid instructions for initial treatment of over exposure are divided into routes of exposure. BOILING POINT . There is also additional advice to doctors in this section.The temperature at which a liquid boils. pH . CAS No (Chemical Abstract No) and proportion within a mixture for each hazardous component.0 indicates that the product is lighter than water and if not miscible with water then the product could separate.

According to current knowledge. One of these standards is the Time Weighted Average (TWA). 6 .e. ventilation). Spill and disposal will contain advice on how to minimise a spill or leak. Personal protection details the specific equipment (gloves .safety glasses) required to work safely with the product. Disposable gloves use refers to compounds such as nitrile or vinyl and not latex which is a poor chemical barrier. Safe Handling Information Storage and transport requirements for the product may be found in this section. nor cause undue discomfort to users. ? ? Note: It is not the individual products that are hazardous but excessive exposure of professionals to a cocktail of different chemicals without adequate protection that may cause irritant reactions such as dermatitis. - Other Information This section can contain any other useful information pertinent to the product. Exposure standards are guides to be used in the control of occupational health hazards and to evaluate how well equipment is working (i. Workplace exposure standards used in New Zealand are set by Occupational Safety and Health. The advice may include the need to avoid ignition sources and information on whether the substance should be used in well ventilated areas and away from confined spaces. “Use in well ventilated areas” explains the need to ensure that the product is not used in areas without ventilation or air flow. A description of the fire and explosion hazard for the product and the type of extinguisher to be used in case of fire complete this section.Precautions For Use This is the most important section for users as it details how users can protect themselves and how the manufacturer can advise users of potential harm. ? Engineering controls detail the mechanical ventilation required during use of the product. for a five day working and over an entire working life. this concentration should neither impair the health of. airborne concentration of a substance over an eight hour working day. a suitable method for cleaning up and how to dispose of collected material. Flammability section details what is needed to prevent a fire or explosion hazard. Some products have special requirements set in regulations (Flammable products and aerosol products) and the MSDS will state the codes and restrictions which may apply.

12% Bleach Powders Peroxide Solutions 3 . 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 DESCRIPTION Flammable Products Peroxide Solutions 7 .LEGEND MSDS No.6% Acid Perms (Containing glyceryl thioglycolate ester) Acid Perms (Ester Free) Alkaline Perms & Relaxers Hair Colours (Flammable Liquid) Hair Colours (Permanent/Semipermanent Cream or Liquid Hair Colours (Aerosol) Hairsprays/Lacquers (Aerosol) Aerosol Mousses (Styling and Conditioning) Shampoos Conditioners and Treatments 7 .

Gets into eyes? -. address and emergency telephone number of the New Zealand manufacturer or supplier .What protective clothing or equipment do I need? Gloves.What does it look like? .Does it smell? .What does it contain? What might happen if too much of the product is: -.Swallowed? What should I do if someone is over exposed? Identification Physical description: Properties: Ingredients: Health Hazard Information Acute: Swallowed: Chronic: Eye: First Aid: Skin: Inhaled: Precautions for Use: Exposure standards: Engineering controls: Personal protection: Flammability: Safe Handling Information Storage and transport: Spills and disposal: Fire/explosion hazard: Other Information Are there special handling precautions I should follow? .Use in well ventilated areas .Gets onto skin? -.THE MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET RELEVANT SECTION OF MSDS Company Name and Address PLAIN LANGUAGE EXPLANATION .What ventilation is required? How should the material be stored? Are there materials this product should not come in contract with? How do I clean up s spill? How do I dispose of it properly? Will it burn or explode? 8 .Breathed in? -.What is the name of the product? .The name. apron. mask? .

17 .24 . lack of concentration and drowsiness.2002 PRODUCT IDENTIFICATION PRODUCT NAME: CODE: UN No: 1170 or 1219 DANGEROUS GOODS CLASS: 3 SUBSIDIARY RISK: None Available PACKAGING GROUP No:ll Refer to individual company listing HAZCHEM CODE: 2SE POISION SCHEDULE: Not applicable PRODUCT USE: Hair Styling PHYSICAL / CHEMICAL PROPERTIES APPEARANCE: Clear pale yellow liquid BOILING POINT: > 35oC VAPOUR PRESSURE: Not determined FLAMMABILITY LIMITS: Highly flammable SOLUBILITY IN WATER: Completely Soluble INGREDIENTS Ethyl Alcohol and/or Isopropyl Alcohol and/or Cyclomethicone CAS No.97 .9.5 . Splashes in the eye may cause immediate stinging sensation and tears. Prolonged or repeated skin contact may result in dermatitis. Date of Issue: 1.63 .0 % w/w Content } } } } 25 to 95 } } } } to 100 Other ingredients HEALTH EFFECTS ACUTE EFFECTS: Swallow: Eye: Skin: Inhaled: HEALTH HAZARD INFORMATION Low toxicity by the oral route.7. Transient reddening of the eye may also occur. Depression of the central nervous system may result in headache and dizziness. At relatively high vapour concentrations ethyl and isopropyl alcohol are irritants to the nose and throat and may cause central nervous system depression. 9 CHRONIC EFFECTS: .05 . headache.FLAMMABLE PRODUCTS MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET NO. No appreciable irritation of the skin is expected. May cause irritation of the gastrointestinal tract. Chronic exposure to ethyl or isopropyl alcohol may result in irritation of the mucous membrane.1 v Non-hazardous according to criteria of Occupational Safety & Health.5 67 .6 540 .6 541 .6 541 .02 .0 { { { { 69430 .82-0.93 g/ml pH: 3. 64 .9 FLASH POINT: < 23oC SPECIFIC GRAVITY: 0.

water fog. If in eyes hold open and flood with water for at least 15 minutes. In case of fire water. Flammability: Highly Flammable. If in eyes. OTHER INFORMATION FIRE / EXPLOSION HAZARD: 10 . recheck after one week. Remove contaminated clothing and wash before reuse. Store in accordance with Dangerous Goods Regulations and transport in accordance with the ADG Code for Dangerous Goods Class 3. dry chemical. PRECAUTIONS FOR USE EXPOSURE LIMITS: TWA* CHEMICAL NAME: Ethyl alcohol 1880mg/m 3(1000ppm) or Isopropyl alcohol 983mg/m 3(400ppm) *New Zealand Workplace Exposure Standards ENGINEERING CONTROLS: Use in well ventilated areas. dilute with water and absorb in inert material (sand or vermiculate). Keep away from heat. Dilute small spills with water. Highly Flammable. Dispose of in accordance with local regulations. Treat symptomatically. no specific protection required. Remove all ignition sources and ventilate area. CO2 or foam can be used. STORAGE AND TRANSPORT: SPILL AND DISPOSAL: SAFE HANDLING INFORMATION Store product upright in a cool place and out of direct sunlight. See a doctor if pain persists. If spilled or ruptured will increase the intensity of the fire. flame or ignition source. PERSONAL PROTECTION: Skin: Under normal use conditions. Wash affected area with water.FIRST AID: Swallowed: Eyes: Skin: Inhaled: Advice to Doctor: If swallowed do not induce vomiting give one or two glasses of water. Remove person to fresh air. Eyes: Protect eyes when using. For larger spills. Remove possible leaking containers. Store away from corrosive and oxidising products.

The appearance of eye damage may be delayed. vomiting diarrhoea.05 g/ml pH: 2. PHYSICAL / CHEMICAL PROPERTIES APPEARANCE: Low viscosity liquid BOILING POINT: Approx 100 oC VAPOUR PRESSURE: Not determined FLAMMABILITY LIMITS: Not flammable SOLUBILITY IN WATER: Miscible FLASH POINT: Not determined SPECIFIC GRAVITY: 1.1 (> 8%) SUBSIDIARY RISK: None Available PACKAGING GROUP No: lll Refer to individual company listing HAZCHEM CODE: 2P POISION SCHEDULE: 4 PRODUCT USE: To mix with hair colours and bleaches. Exposure to high vapour concentration may cause irritation of nose and throat. Contact a doctor or the National Poison Information Centre Phone: 0800-764766 If in eyes. Eye contract may cause ulceration of the cornea. Give a glass of water. recheck after one week. If swallowed do not induce vomiting.7. Avoid contact.1 Other ingredients determined not to be hazardous. Attacks eyes. Remove contaminated clothing and wash skin thoroughly with water.12% MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET 2 v Hazardous according to criteria of Occupational Safety & Health. tremors. hold eyes open.4.84 .02-1.0 % w/w Content 7 to 12 to 100 INGREDIENTS CAS No. unconsciousness and shock. Hydrogen peroxide 7722 . Remove person to fresh air. numbness.PEROXIDE SOLUTIONS 7 . Severe systemic poisoning may cause headache.2002 PRODUCT IDENTIFICATION PRODUCT NAME/CODE: UN No: 2984 DANGEROUS GOODS CLASS: 5. 11 . pulmonary oedema. If in eyes. Protect eyes when using. Irritation and formation of blisters may also occur. Long term skin contact may cause dermatitis. convulsions. HEALTH EFFECTS ACUTE EFFECTS: Swallow: Eye: Skin: Inhaled: CHRONIC EFFECTS: FIRST AID: Swallowed: Eyes: Skin: Inhaled: Advice to Doctor: HEALTH HAZARD INFORMATION Irritant. Treat symptomatically. flood with water for at least 15 minutes and see a Doctor.0 . Date of Issue: 1. Temporary whitening or bleaching of the skin may occur. dizziness.

Flammability:Product is not flammable.PRECAUTIONS FOR USE EXPOSURE LIMITS: CHEMICAL NAME: Hydrogen peroxide TWA* 1. eg: paper. dry chemical CO2 or foam can be used. Store away from corrosive and flammable products. cardboard. Will not burn. (vinyl. At concentration above 10%. Dilute small spills with water. Should this occur.4mg/m 3(1ppm) *New Zealand Workplace Exposure Standards ENGINEERING CONTROLS: Use in well ventilated areas. OTHER INFORMATION Solutions containing hydrogen peroxide and bleach powders may sometimes produce heat when applied to hair. SPILL AND DISPOSAL: FIRE / EXPLOSION HAZARD: 12 . This may be further enhanced by the presence of metallic impurities (ie aluminium as in glitter sprays or other forms). rubber or plastic) must be worn when handling this product. STORAGE AND TRANSPORT: SAFE HANDLING INFORMATION Store product upright in a cool place away from heat and direct sunlight. contain and absorb larger spills in inert material (sand). Store in accordance with Dangerous Goods Regulations and transport in accordance with the NZDG Code for Dangerous Goods Class 5. cardboard). but can start a fire if spilled on combustible materials. but may release oxygen when subjected to heat. Dispose of in accordance with local regulations. paper. hydrogen peroxide may ignite a fire if spilled on combustible materials (ie wood. remove mixture from the hair by rinsing at the basin! Do not mix with perm lotions. water fog. Disposable gloves must not be latex Eyes: Eye protection must be worn (safety glasses) to avoid accidental splashes into eyes. In case of fire water. PERSONAL PROTECTION: Skin: Gloves. wood.

INGREDIENTS Persulphate salts (Ammonium sodium. BOILING POINT: Not applicable FLASH POINT: Not applicable VAPOUR PRESSURE: Not determined SPECIFIC GRAVITY: Not determined FLAMMABILITY LIMITS: Not determined pH: 9.7.2 {7631 . Irritating to the respiratory system. Date of Issue 1.0 1314 .0 (when mixed) SOLUBILITY IN WATER: Miscible with water. May cause sensitisation by skin contact.8 6834 .86 . CAS No.10.52 -5 1344 .0 . May cause sensitisation by inhalation. potassium) Silica Sodium Silicate Sodium Metasilicate Strontium peroxide Other ingredients determined not HEALTH EFFECTS ACUTE EFFECTS: Swallow: Eye: Skin: Inhaled: CHRONIC EFFECTS: Harmful if swallowed can cause irritation of the gastro intestinal tract. May cause allergic dermatitis.54 . Prolonged or repeated inhalation may cause sensitisation. Irritating to skin. PHYSICAL / CHEMICAL PROPERTIES APPEARANCE: Fine to granular powder. v Hazardous according to criteria of Occupational Safety & Health.1 {7727 .27 .BLEACH POWDERS MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET NO 3.09 .2002 PRODUCT IDENTIFICATION PRODUCT NAME: Refer to individual company listing UN No: Not applicable HAZCHEM CODE: Not applicable DANGEROUS GOODS CLASS: Not applicable POISION SCHEDULE: 4 SUBSIDIARY RISK: Not applicable PRODUCT USE: Mixed with solutions PACKAGING GROUP No: Not applicable containing hydrogen peroxide to bleach/lighten the colour of hair.53 . Irritating to eyes.7 to be hazardous % w/w Content < 70 < 10 < 40 < 30 < 12 to 100 HEALTH HAZARD INFORMATION 13 .18 . {7727 .0 {7775 .9 {112945 .92 .

Skin sensitivity test: follow manufacturer’s instructions Added heat during application: follow manufacturer’s instructions 14 • • • . rubber or plastic) must be worn when handling this product or its mixtures with solutions containing hydrogen peroxide. Collect into clean plastic containers and dispose in accordance with local regulations. Store away from corrosive. Treat symptomatically. SAFE HANDLING INFORMATION STORAGE AND TRANSPORT: SPILL AND DISPOSAL: FIRE / EXPLOSION HAZARD: Store product in a cool dry place away from heat and direct sunlight. If in eyes. Should a reaction occur.FIRST AID: Swallowed: Eyes: Skin: Inhaled: Advice to Doctor: If swallowed do not induce vomiting. water fog. Contact a doctor or the National Poison Information centre Phone 0800-764766 If in eyes hold open and flood with water for at least 15 minutes and see a Doctor. This can cause other materials to burn. sulfates and oxides of nitrogen and potassium. recheck after one week. When heated product can release oxygen. Remove person to fresh air and see a Doctor. wood. Wipe area with wet mop/cloth. Respirators and eye protection is required. Give a glass of water. Remove contaminated clothing and wash skin thoroughly with water. cardboard. Flammability:Product is not flammable but its mixtures with peroxide can start a fire if spilled on combustible materials. 9 and 12%) may produce heat when applied to hair. remove mixture from the hair by rinsing at the basin! Do not mix with perm lotions. Avoid creating dust. PRECAUTIONS FOR USE EXPOSURE LIMITS: TWA* CHEMICAL NAME: Amorphous fumed silica (respirable dust) 2mg/m3 Persulphate (ACGIH TLV standard) 5mg/m3 *New Zealand workplace Exposure Standards ENGINEERING CONTROLS: Use in well ventilated areas. Disposable gloves must not be latex Eyes: Safety glasses must be worn to avoid product or dust entering the eyes. OTHER INFORMATION • Mixtures of bleach powders and solutions containing hydrogen peroxide (6. In case of fire water. This may be further enhanced by the presence of metallic impurities (ie aluminium as in glitter sprays or other forms). On decomposition can release fumes or ammonia. eg: paper. combustible and flammable products. PERSONAL PROTECTION: Skin: Gloves (vinyl. dry chemical CO 2 or foam can be used.

03 g/ml FLAMMABILITY LIMITS: Not Flammable pH: 2. Remove contaminated clothing and wash skin thoroughly with water. May cause skin irritation.01-1. If in eyes. Eye contact can cause irritation. Hydrogen Peroxide {7727 . Date of Issue: 1.1 Other ingredients determined not to be hazardous HEALTH EFFECTS ACUTE EFFECTS: Swallow: Eye: Skin: Inhaled: CHRONIC EFFECTS: FIRST AID: Swallowed: Eyes: Skin: Inhaled: Advice to Doctor: % w/w Content 3 to 6 to 100 HEALTH HAZARD INFORMATION Irritant. Contact a doctor or the National Poison Information centre.0 .6% MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET NO. Avoid contact with eyes Can cause irritation of the gastrointestinal tract. 15 . Inhalation of vapours may cause irritation of nose and throat. recheck after one week.0 SOLUBILITY IN WATER: Completely soluble INGREDIENTS CAS No.PEROXIDE SOLUTIONS 3 . Treat symptomatically. If swallowed do not induce vomiting.4 v Hazardous according to criteria of Occupational Safety & Health. Prolonged skin contact should be avoided. Remove person to fresh air. Temporary whitening of the skin may occur. Phone 0800-764766 If in eyes hold open. flood with water for at least 15 minutes and see a Doctor. Give a glass of water.7.4.2002 PRODUCT IDENTIFICATION PRODUCT NAME: Refer to individual company listing UN No: Not applicable HAZCHEM CODE: Not applicable DANGEROUS GOODS CLASS: Not applicable POISION SCHEDULE: 4 SUBSIDIARY RISK: Not applicable PRODUCT USE: To mix with hair colours PACKAGING GROUP No: Not applicable PHYSICAL / CHEMICAL PROPERTIES APPEARANCE: Low viscosity liquid BOILING POINT: Not Determined FLASH POINT: Not applicable VAPOUR PRESSURE: Not Determined SPECIFIC GRAVITY: 1.84 . Long term skin contact may cause dermatitis.

PERSONAL PROTECTION: Skin: Gloves (vinyl. Dilute with water. Store away from corrosive and flammable products. Will not burn.4mg/m 3(1ppm) *New Zealand workplace Exposure Standards ENGINEERING CONTROLS: Use in well ventilated areas. OTHER INFORMATION 16 . Flammability:Product is not flammable. but may release oxygen when subjected to heat. Dispose of in accordance with local regulations. rubber or plastic) are recommended when handling this product. water fog. In case of fire. Disposable gloves must not be latex Eyes: Eye protection (safety glasses) must be worn to avoid accidental splashes into eyes.PRECAUTIONS FOR USE EXPOSURE LIMITS: TWA* CHEMICAL NAME: Hydrogen peroxide 1. away from heat and direct sunlight. CO 2 or foam can be used. contain and absorb larger spills in inert material (sand). SAFE HANDLING INFORMATION STORAGE AND TRANSPORT: SPILL AND DISPOSAL: FIRE / EXPLOSION HAZARD: Store product upright in a cool dry place. water. dry chemical. Dilute small spills with water.

17 .1.06g/ml FLAMMABILITY LIMITS: Not flammable pH: 5.9. Date of Issue: 1. Remove person to fresh air. Long term or repeated exposure may result in dermatitis. recheck after one week. 7664 41 7 7722 . May cause irritation of the gastrointestinal tract. Corrosive in concentrated form. Rinse with water.ACID PERM (Containing glyceryl thioglycolate ester) MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET NO 5. Avoid contact.5 <3 < 28 > 90 to 100 HEALTH EFFECTS ACUTE EFFECTS: Swallow: Eye: Skin: Inhaled: CHRONIC EFFECTS: FIRST AID: Swallowed: Eyes: Skin: Inhaled: Advice to Doctor: HEALTH HAZARD INFORMATION Irritant. Inhalation of vapours may cause irritation of nose and throat. If swallowed do not induce vomiting.84 1 30618 . give a glass of water. Phone 0800-764766 If in eyes hold open. v Hazardous according to criteria of Occupational Safety & Health. Treat symptomatically. Do not rub. May cause skin irritation and sensitisation. Avoid contact with eyes and skin. If in eyes. May cause sensitisation. Remove contaminated clothing.84 9 be hazardous % w/w Content < 0. Contact may cause serious eye damage.2002 PRODUCT IDENTIFICATION Refer to individual company listing Not applicable HAZCHEM CODE: Not applicable POISION SCHEDULE: Not applicable Not applicable PRODUCT USE: PRODUCT NAME: UN No: DANGEROUS GOODS CLASS: SUBSIDIARY RISK: PACKAGING GROUP No: Not applicable Not applicable Permanent waving of hair PHYSICAL / CHEMICAL PROPERTIES APPEARANCE: Liquid with characteristic odour BOILING POINT: Not Determined FLASH POINT: Not applicable VAPOUR PRESSURE: Not Determined SPECIFIC GRAVITY: 1. Contact a doctor or the National Poison Information centre.0 . flood with water for at least 15 minutes and see a Doctor.5 . Harmful if swallowed.5 SOLUBILITY IN WATER: Completely soluble INGREDIENTS Ammonia Hydrogen Peroxide Glyceryl thioglycolate when mixed with solution as activator concentrate Other ingredients determined not to CAS No.7.

CO2 or foam can be used.PRECAUTIONS FOR USE EXPOSURE LIMITS: TWA* CHEMICAL NAME: Ammonia 17mg/m 3(25ppm) Hydrogen peroxide 1. Closely follow usage instructions when handling and mixing activator and lotion. Dispose of in accordance with local regulations. Eyes: Safety glasses must be worn mixing and application to avoid product contacting the eyes. In case of fire. SAFE HANDLING INFORMATION STORAGE AND TRANSPORT: SPILL AND DISPOSAL: FIRE / EXPLOSION HAZARD: Store product in a cool place away from foodstuffs and oxidising agents. PERSONAL PROTECTION: Skin: Gloves (rubber or plastic) must be worn when handling this product. water.4mg/m 3(1ppm) *New Zealand workplace Exposure Standards ENGINEERING CONTROLS: Use in well ventilated areas. OTHER INFORMATION Corrosive in concentrated form. Product is not flammable. 18 . Dilute small spills with water. Absorb larger spill in inert materials (sand or vermiculate). dry chemical. Disposable gloves must not be latex. water fog. May release toxic hydrogen sulphide fumes if heated to decomposition. Flammability:Product is not flammable.

Avoid contact with eyes.5 Other ingredients determined not to be hazardous HEALTH HAZARD INFORMATION Irritant.67 .46 .5 Ammonium thiolactate }solution) 13419 . Long term or repeated exposure may result in skin irritation in some individuals.5 Ammonium thioglycolate }(as 5421 .8. % w/w Content < 0.05g/ml FLAMMABILITY LIMITS: Not flammable pH:7.42 . Avoid contact. Date of Issue: 1.1 Ammonium thioglycolate }(when 5421 . Ammonia 7664 .7.0 .5 Thiolactic acid }mixed with 79 .0 .1. Inhalation of vapours may cause irritation of the nose and throat. Corrosive in concentrated form. May cause irritation of the gastrointestinal tract.67 .5 Thiolactic acid }concentrate) 79 .42 . v Hazardous according to criteria of Occupational Safety & Health. Harmful if swallowed.41 .7 Hydrogen Peroxide 7722 . May cause skin irritation.46 . Avoid contact.0 (when mixed) SOLUBILITY IN WATER: Completely soluble INGREDIENTS CAS No.84 .5 <3 < 11 < 10 < 22 < 60 to 100 HEALTH EFFECTS ACUTE EFFECTS: Swallow: Eye: Skin: Inhaled: CHRONIC EFFECTS: 19 .2002 PRODUCT IDENTIFICATION PRODUCT NAME: Refer to individual company listing UN No: Not applicable HAZCHEM CODE: Not applicable DANGEROUS GOODS Not applicable POISON SCHEDULE: Not applicable CLASS: SUBSIDIARY RISK: Not applicable PRODUCT USE: Permanent waving of hair PACKAGING GROUP No: Not applicable PHYSICAL / CHEMICAL PROPERTIES APPEARANCE: Liquid with characteristic odour BOILING POINT: Not Determined FLASH POINT: Not applicable VAPOUR PRESSURE: Not applicable SPECIFIC GRAVITY: 1.ACID PERM (ester free) MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET NO 6.5 Ammonium thiolactate }activator 13419 .

4mg/m 3(1ppm) *New Zealand workplace Exposure Standards ENGINEERING CONTROLS: Use in well ventilated areas. Rinse with water. flood with water for at least 15 minutes and see a Doctor if pain persists. PRECAUTIONS FOR USE EXPOSURE LIMITS: TWA* CHEMICAL NAME: Ammonia 17mg/m 3(25ppm) Hydrogen peroxide 1. Dilute small spills with water. rubber or plastic) must be worn when handling this product. In case of fire water. Contain and absorb larger spills in inert materials (sand or vermiculate). Flammability:Product is not flammable. Contact a doctor or the National Poison Information centre. Do not rub. recheck after one week.FIRST AID: Swallowed: Eyes: Skin: Inhaled: Advice to Doctor: If swallowed do not induce vomiting. Remove contaminated clothing.. Remove person to fresh air. If in eyes. hold eyes open. Product is not flammable. water fog. Phone 0800-764766 If in eyes. Give a glass of water. Disposable gloves must not be latex Eyes: Safety glasses must be worn to avoid product contacting the eyes. dry chemical. May release toxic hydrogen sulphide fumes if heated to decomposition. Dispose of in accordance with local regulations. PERSONAL PROTECTION: Skin: Gloves (vinyl. SAFE HANDLING INFORMATION STORAGE AND TRANSPORT: SPILL AND DISPOSAL: FIRE / EXPLOSION HAZARD: Store product in a cool place away from foodstuffs and oxidising agents. Treat symptomatically. OTHER INFORMATION 20 . CO2 or foam can be used.

Date of Issue: 1.38 .03.05g/ml FLAMMABILITY LIMITS: Not flammable pH: 8 .84 . Harmful if swallowed. May cause skin irritation. Treat symptomatically. Long term or repeated exposure may result in skin irritation in some individuals.1. Inhalation of vapours may cause irritation of nose and throat. Avoid contact with eyes.9. If in eyes. hold eyes open.0 be hazardous % w/w Content <2 < 12 <3 < 10. Remove person to fresh air. If swallowed do not induce vomiting. Corrosive in concentrate form. 7664 . flood with water for at least 15 minutes and see a Doctor.5 7722 . Rinse with water.1 7789 . Do not rub.2002 PRODUCT IDENTIFICATION PRODUCT NAME/CODE: Refer to individual company listing UN No: Not applicable HAZCHEM CODE: Not applicable DANGEROUS GOODS Not applicable POISON SCHEDULE: 4 CLASS: SUBSIDIARY RISK: Not applicable PRODUCT USE: Permanent waving of hair PACKAGING GROUP No: Not applicable PHYSICAL / CHEMICAL PROPERTIES APPEARANCE: Liquid with characteristic odour BOILING POINT: Not Determined FLASH POINT: Not applicable VAPOUR PRESSURE: Not Determined SPECIFIC GRAVITY: 1. Remove contaminated clothing. 21 .7. Avoid contact. Avoid contact. recheck after one week.7 5421 .ALKALINE PERMS & RELAXERS MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET NO 7 v Hazardous according to criteria of Occupational Safety & Health.46 .41 .5 to 100 HEALTH HAZARD INFORMATION Irritant.5 SOLUBILITY IN WATER: Completely soluble INGREDIENTS Ammonia Ammonia thiogly olate Hydrogen Peroxide Sodium bromate Other ingredients determined not to HEALTH EFFECTS ACUTE EFFECTS: Swallow: Eye: Skin: Inhaled: CHRONIC EFFECTS: FIRST AID: Swallowed: Eyes: Skin: Inhaled: Advice to Doctor: CAS No. Phone 0800-764766 If in eyes. May cause irritation of the gastrointestinal tract. give a glass of water. Contact a doctor or the National Poison Information centre.

PRECAUTIONS FOR USE EXPOSURE LIMITS: TWA* CHEMICAL NAME: Ammonia 17mg/m 3(25ppm) Hydrogen peroxide 1. CO2 or foam can be used. Dilute small spills with water. dry chemical. Product is not flammable. Contain and absorb larger spill in inert materials (sand or other absorbent material). In case of fire. May release toxic hydrogen sulphide fumes if heated to decomposition.4mg/m 3(1ppm) *New Zealand workplace Exposure Standards ENGINEERING CONTROLS: Use in well ventilated areas. 9% or 12%) solutions or bleach powders. PERSONAL PROTECTION: Skin: Gloves (vinyl. SAFE HANDLING INFORMATION STORAGE AND TRANSPORT SPILL AND DISPOSAL: FIRE / EXPLOSION HAZARD: Store product in a cool place away from foodstuffs and oxidising materials. OTHER INFORMATION Do not mix with hydrogen peroxide (3% 6%. Dispose of in accordance with local regulations. rubber or plastic) must be worn when handling this product. water. Flammability:Product is not flammable. 22 . water fog. Disposable gloves must not be latex Eyes: Safety glasses must be worn to avoid product contacting the eyes.

0g/mL FLAMMABILITY LIMITS: Flammable pH: 5.7.2002 PRODUCT IDENTIFICATION PRODUCT NAME/CODE: Refer to individual company listing UN No: 1170 HAZCHEM CODE:25 DANGEROUS GOODS CLASS: 3 POISION SCHEDULE: 4 SUBSIDIARY RISK: Not applicable PRODUCT USE: Hair Colour PACKAGING GROUP No: lll PHYSICAL / CHEMICAL PROPERTIES APPEARANCE: Coloured Liquid BOILING POINT: > 35oC FLASH POINT: 23-61 oC VAPOUR PRESSURE: Not Determined SPECIFIC GRAVITY: 0. 5-Diamine Sulfate Resorcinol Phenylenediamines Other ingredients determined not to CAS No. Date of Issue: 1.43 .1.41 . 64 .17 .5 615-50-9 108-46-3 --be hazardous % w/w Content < 60 <2 < 10 <2 <2 <2 to 100 23 .11.5 67 .0 .63 .85 .0 7664 .7 141 .HAIR COLOUR (Flammable liquid) MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET NO 8 v Hazardous according to criteria of Occupational Safety & Health.7 SOLUBILIT Y IN WATER: Completely soluble INGREDIENTS Ethyl alcohol or Isopropyl alcohol Ammonia Ethanolamine Toluene -2.

recheck after one week. Harmful if swallowed. rubber or plastic) must be worn when handling this product. Phone 0800-764766 If in eyes. Transient reddening of the eye may also occur. Repeated skin contact may lead to dermatitis. At relatively high vapour concentrations ethyl or isopropyl alcohol are irritants to the nose and throat and may cause central nervous system depression. PRECAUTIONS FOR USE ACUTE EFFECTS: Swallow: Eye: Skin: Inhaled: CHRONIC EFFECTS: FIRST AID: Swallowed: Eyes: Skin: Inhaled: Advice to Doctor: EXPOSURE LIMITS: TWA* CHEMICAL NAME: Ethyl alcohol 1880mg/m 3(1000ppm) or Isopropyl alcohol 983mg/m 3(400ppm) Ammonia 17mg/ m 3(25ppm) Etholamine 7. Prolonged skin contact may cause skin irritation. flood with water for at least 15 minutes and see a Doctor if pain persists. headache. Treat symptomatically. phenylendiamines). Contact a doctor or the National Poison Information centre. Avoid contact. If irritation develops seek medical advice. Remove person to fresh air. hold eyes open. Some aromatic amine dyes may cause dermatitis and allergic reactions in some individuals. lack of concentration and drowsiness. If swallowed do not induce vomiting. 24 . PERSONAL PROTECTION: Skin: Gloves (vinyl. flame or ignition source. May cause irritation of the gastrointestinal tract.5mmg/ m3(3ppm) *New Zealand workplace Exposure Standards ENGINEERING CONTROLS: Use in well ventilated areas.HEALTH EFFECTS HEALTH HAZARD INFORMATION This product contains ingredients which may cause skin irritation and sensitisation to certain individuals (ie. Keep away from heat. Flammability:Flammable. A preliminary skin test must be carried out before use. If in eyes. Splash in the eyes may cause immediate stinging sensation and tears. Disposable gloves must not be latex Eyes: Eye protection should be worn (safety glasses) to avoid product contacting the eyes. (For test details see product pack copy). Wash affected area with water. Product must not be used for dyeing the eyelashes or eyebrows. give a glass of water. Long term exposure to ethyl and isopropyl alcohol may result in irritation of the lining of the nose and mouth.

Store in accordance with Dangerous Goods Regulations and transport in accordance with the NZDG Code for Dangerous Goods Class 3. Store away from corrosive and oxidising products.SAFE HANDLING INFORMATION STORAGE AND TRANSPORT: Store product in a cool place out of direct sunlight. Remove all ignition sources and ventilate area. dilute with water and absorb in inert material (sand or vermiculate). Dispose of in accordance with local regulations. For larger spills. If spilled or ruptured will increase the intensity of fire. Remove possible leaking containers. dry chemical. In case of fire water. water fog. CO2 or foam can be used. OTHER INFORMATION SPILL AND DISPOSAL: FIRE / EXPLOSION HAZARD: 25 . Dilute small spills with water. Flammable.

0g/mL FLAMMABILITY LIMITS: Not Applicable pH: 7. Long term or repeated skin contact may lead to dermatitis. A preliminary skin test must be carried out before use. Date of Issue: 1.5 be hazardous % w/w Content <5 <5 <2 <2 < 10 to 100 ACUTE EFFECTS: Swallow: Eye: Skin: Inhaled: CHRONIC EFFECTS: HEALTH HAZARD INFORMATION This product contains ingredients which may cause skin irritation and sensitisation to certain individuals (ie.9 108 . (For test details see product pack copy). Prolonged skin contact may cause skin irritation.50 . Avoid contact.1. Harmful if swallowed.2002 PRODUCT IDENTIFICATION PRODUCT NAME/CODE: Refer to individual company listing UN No: Not applicable HAZCHEM CODE: Not applicable DANGEROUS GOODS CLASS: Not applicable POISON SCHEDULE: 4 SUBSIDIARY RISK: Not applicable PRODUCT USE: Hair Colour PACKAGING GROUP No: Not applicable PHYSICAL / CHEMICAL PROPERTIES APPEARANCE: Creamy soft mass with ammonia odour BOILING POINT: Not Determined FLASH POINT: Not flammable VAPOUR PRESSURE: Not Determined SPECIFIC GRAVITY: 0.0 .46 .41 .98 . phenylendiamines).HAIR COLOUR (Permanent/Semi-permanent. Product may cause irritation of the gastrointestinal tract. 7664 .7.7 615 . Some aromatic amine dyes may cause contact dermatitis and allergic reactions in some individuals. Product must not be used for dyeing the eyelashes or eyebrows. Ammonia vapours may cause irritation of the nose and throat. Cream/Liquid) MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET NO 9 v Hazardous according to criteria of Occupational Safety & Health.3 141 .5-Dianmine Sulfate Resorcinol Phenylendiamines Ethanolamine Other ingredients determined not to HEALTH EFFECTS CAS No.0 SOLUBILITY IN WATER: Completely soluble INGREDIENTS Ammonia Toluene-2.11. 26 . Corrosive to the eye.43 .

If in eyes. If irritation develops seek medical advice. Dilute small spills with water.1mg/ m 3 for specific ingredients) Ethanolamine 7. OTHER INFORMATION 27 . sand or vermiculate). Disposable gloves must not be latex Eyes: Eye protection should be worn (safety glasses) to avoid product contacting the eyes. Phone 0800-764766 If in eyes. PERSONAL PROTECTION: Skin: Gloves (vinyl.5mmg/ m3(3ppm) *New Zealand workplace Exposure Standards ENGINEERING CONTROLS: Use in well ventilated areas. Contact a doctor or the National Poison Information centre. CO2 or foam can be used. water fog. In case of fire water. Dispose of in accordance with local regulations. dry chemical. Remove person to fresh air. Contain and absorb in inert material (ie. recheck after one week. Give a glass of water. Wash affected area with water. Treat symptomatically. PRECAUTIONS FOR USE EXPOSURE LIMITS: TWA* CHEMICAL NAME: Ammonia 17mg/m 3(25ppm) Resorcinol 45mg/m 3(10ppm) Phenylendiamines (refer to pack copy 0. Flammability: Product is not flammable. The material is not flammable.FIRST AID: Swallowed: Eyes: Skin: Inhaled: Advice to Doctor: If swallowed do not induce vomiting. rubber or plastic) must be worn when handling this product or the mixture between products and solutions containing hydrogen peroxide. SAFE HANDLING INFORMATION STORAGE AND TRANSPORT: SPILL AND DISPOSAL: FIRE / EXPLOSION HAZARD: Store product in a cool place out of sun and away from food stuffs. flood with water for at least 15 minutes and see a Doctor if pain persists. hold eyes open.

Inhalation of aerosol products may cause irritation to the nose and throat.7.50 .90 . (For test details see product pack copy).98 .Propane) Ammonia Toluene 2.1. Date of Issue: 1.8 { 74 . 28 .3 141 . Product may cause irritation of the gastrointestinal tract.5 be hazardous % w/w Content < 10 <5 <5 <2 <2 < 10 < 11 to 100 ACUTE EFFECTS: Swallow: Eye: Skin: Inhaled: CHRONIC EFFECTS: HEALTH HAZARD INFORMATION This product contains ingredients which may cause skin irritation and sensitisation to certain individuals (ie.0g/mL FLAMMABILITY LIMITS: 1. { 106 .9 . Long term or repeated skin contact may lead to dermatitis.517KPa SPECIFIC GRAVITY: 0.41 7 615 .46 . Avoid contact.9 108 . Harmful if swallowed.17 . Prolonged skin contact may cause skin irritation.5% pH: 6.HAIR COLOURS (AEROSOL) MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET NO 10 v Hazardous according to criteria of Occupational Safety & Health.0 .97 . Product must not be used for dyeing the eyelashes or eyebrows.5-diamine sulphate Resorcinol Phenylendiamines Ethanolamine Ethyl alcohol Other ingredients determined not to HEALTH EFFECTS CAS No. phenylendiamines).6 7664 .43 . A preliminary skin test must be carried out before use.5 64 .11.9.0 SOLUBILITY IN WATER: Completely Soluble INGREDIENTS Hydrocarbon propellant LPG (Butane .2002 PRODUCT IDENTIFICATION PRODUCT NAME/CODE: Refer to individual UN No: 1950 DANGEROUS GOODS CLASS: 2 SUBSIDIARY RISK: Not applicable PACKAGING GROUP No: Not applicable company listing HAZCHEM CODE: Not applicable POISON SCHEDULE: 4 PRODUCT USE: Hair Colour PHYSICAL / CHEMICAL PROPERTIES APPEARANCE: Coloured foam BOILING POINT: Not Determined FLASH POINT: -87oC VAPOUR PRESSURE: 448 . Irritant to the eye. Some aromatic amine dyes may cause contact dermatitis and allergic reactions in some individuals.

Contact a doctor or the National Poison Information centre. Closed containers may rupture when exposed to heat greater than 50oC. keep away from heat. recheck after one week. SAFE HANDLING INFORMATION STORAGE AND TRANSPORT: Store product in a cool place out of direct sunlight. Disposable gloves must not be latex Eyes: Eye protection must be worn (safety glasses) to avoid product contacting the eyes. Fog. Dilute spills with water. May produce toxic vapours. PERSONAL PROTECTION: Skin: Gloves (vinyl. Remove possible leaking containers. OTHER INFORMATION These products may be supplied in bi-compartmental containers in which the propellant is not mixed with the product (bag in the can type). Do not puncture or incinerate cans even when empty. rubber or plastic) must be worn when handling this product or the mixtures. fine water spray.5mmg/ m3(3ppm) Ethyl alcohol 1880mg/ m 3(1000ppm) *New Zealand workplace Exposure Standards ENGINEERING CONTROLS: Use in well ventilated areas. Store away from food stuffs and corrosive materials. If irritation develops seek medical advice. 29 SPILL AND DISPOSAL: FIRE / EXPLOSION HAZARD: . Give a glass of water. flood with water for at least 15 minutes and see a Doctor if pain persists. Remove person to fresh air.1mg/ m 3 Ethanolamine 7. PRECAUTIONS FOR USE EXPOSURE LIMITS: TWA* CHEMICAL NAME: Hydrocarbon Propellant LPG 1800mg/ m 3(1000ppm) (Propane-Butane) Ammonia 17mg/m 3(25ppm) Resorcinol 45mg/m 3(10ppm) Phenylendiamines 0. Flammability: Flammable. Store in accordance with Dangerous Good Regulations and transport in accordance with the NZDG Code for Dangerous Goods Class 2. Wash affected area with water. Remove all ignition sources. Phone 0800-764766 If in eyes. Flammable. hold eyes open. Treat symptomatically. If in eyes.FIRST AID: Swallowed: Eyes: Skin: Inhaled: Advice to Doctor: If swallowed do not induce vomiting. Dispose of in accordance with local regulations. Ventilate area. flame or ignition source. CO2 foam or dry chemical can be used to extinguish fire.

Long term exposure to ethyl and isopropyl alcohol may result in irritation of the nose and mouth.98 .7.6 106 .Propane .17 .0. headaches.5% pH: 6. Transient reddening of the eye may also occur.90g/mL FLAMMABILITY LIMITS: 1. Low toxicity by the oral route.2002 PRODUCT IDENTIFICATION PRODUCT NAME/CODE: Refer to individual UN No: 1950 DANGEROUS GOODS CLASS: 2 SUBSIDIARY RISK: Not applicable PACKAGING GROUP No: Not applicable company listing HAZCHEM CODE: 2Y POISON SCHEDULE: Not Applicable PRODUCT USE: Hair Styling preparation. 74 .37 . Depression of the central nervous system may result in headache and dizziness.5 SOLUBILITY IN WATER: Completely Soluble INGREDIENTS Hydrocarbon propellant (LPG) . lack of concentration and drowsiness.65 to 100 HEALTH HAZARD INFORMATION Warning intentional misuse by deliberately concentrating and inhaling contents can be harmful or fatal.8. Splashes in the eye may cause immediate stinging sensation and tears. At relatively high vapour concentrations ethyl and isopropyl alcohol are irritants to the nose and throat and may cause central nervous system depression.8 75 .345KPa SPECIFIC GRAVITY: 0. May cause irritation of the gastrointestinal tract.40 40 .Butane Difluoro ethane Dimethyl ether Ethyl alcohol Other ingredients HEALTH EFFECTS ACUTE EFFECTS: Swallow: Eye: Skin: Inhaled: CHRONIC EFFECTS: CAS No. Prolonged or repeated skin contact may lead to dermatitis. Date of Issue: 1.6 115 .9 .97 .6 64 .10 .5 % w/w Content } } 30 .9.0 .86 . 30 .HAIRSPRAYS/LACQUERS (AEROSOLS) MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET NO 11 v Non-hazardous according to criteria of Occupational Safety & Health.87oC VAPOUR PRESSURE: 275 . PHYSICAL / CHEMICAL PROPERTIES APPEARANCE: Clear liquid BOILING POINT: Not Determined FLASH POINT: . No appreciable irritation of the skin is expected.50 10 30 .

Store in accordance with Dangerous Good Regulations and transport in accordance with the NZDG Code for Dangerous Goods Class 2. PRECAUTIONS FOR USE EXPOSURE LIMITS: TWA* CHEMICAL NAME: Hydrocarbon Propellant LPG 1800mg/ m 3(1000ppm) Ethyl alcohol 1880mg/ m 3(1000ppm) *New Zealand workplace Exposure Standards ENGINEERING CONTROLS: Use in well ventilated areas and away from ignition sources. Dispose of in accordance with local regulations. Dilute spills with water. Closed containers may rupture when exposed to heat greater than 50oC. Flammability: Highly flammable. fine water spray. Eyes: Protect eyes when using. OTHER INFORMATION SPILL AND DISPOSAL: FIRE / EXPLOSION HAZARD: 31 . flood with water for at least 15 minutes and see a Doctor if pain persists. Fog. Treat symptomatically. flame or ignition source. Remove possible leaking containers. Remove person to fresh air. May produce toxic vapours on decomposition. If in eyes. Store away from corrosive products. Give a glass of water. keep away from heat. Wash affected area with water. distant ignition source possible. Vapours are heavier than air.FIRST AID: Swallowed: Eyes: Skin: Inhaled: Advice to Doctor: If swallowed do not induce vomiting. hold eyes open. carbon dioxide. recheck after one week. PERSONAL PROTECTION: Skin: Avoid prolonged skin contact with the product. SAFE HANDLING INFORMATION STORAGE AND TRANSPORT: Store product in a cool place out of direct sunlight. Do not puncture or incinerate cans even when empty. Remove all ignition sources and ventilate area. May react with oxidising agents. Highly flammable. foam or dry chemical can be used to extinguish fires. If in eyes.

AEROSOL MOUSSES (STYLING & CONDITIONING) MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET NO 12 v Non-hazardous according to criteria of Occupational Safety & Health.98 . Inhalation of aerosol products may cause irritation to the nose and throat.5 % w/w Content } < 15 } < 20 to 100 HEALTH HAZARD INFORMATION Low toxicity by the oral route. May cause irritation of the gastrointestinal tract. hold eyes open.Butane Ethyl alcohol Other ingredients HEALTH EFFECTS ACUTE EFFECTS: Swallowed: Eye: Skin: Inhaled: CHRONIC EFFECTS: FIRST AID: Swallowed: Eyes: Skin: Inhaled: Advice to Doctor: CAS No. Treat symptomatically. Depression of the central nervous system may result in headache and dizziness.88 . Contact may irritate eye. PHYSICAL / CHEMICAL PROPERTIES APPEARANCE: White foam BOILING POINT: Not Determined FLASH POINT: .Propane . Wash affected area with water.17 . Give one glass of water.7.2002 PRODUCT IDENTIFICATION PRODUCT NAME/CODE: UN No: 1950 DANGEROUS GOODS CLASS: 9 SUBSIDIARY RISK: Not applicable PACKAGING GROUP No: Not applicable Refer to individual company listing HAZCHEM CODE: Not applicable POISON SCHEDULE: Not Applicable PRODUCT USE: Hair Styling/conditioning preparation. If swallowed do not induce vomiting. Prolonged or repeated exposure may lead to skin dryness. flood with water for at least 15 minutes and see a Doctor if pain persists. If in eyes.97 . 74 . Prolonged and repeated skin contact should be avoided.9.6 106 .87oC VAPOUR PRESSURE: 448 . Remove person to fresh air.517KPa SPECIFIC GRAVITY: 0.0 -7. Date of Issue: 1.0.9 .5% pH: 4. 32 .8 64 .74g/mL FLAMMABILITY LIMITS: 1.0 SOLUBILITY IN WATER: Completely Soluble INGREDIENTS Hydrocarbon propellant (LPG) .

PERSONAL PROTECTION: Skin: Avoid prolonged and repeated skin contact with the product. Remove all ignition sources and ventilate area. OTHER INFORMATION SPILL AND DISPOSAL: FIRE / EXPLOSION HAZARD: 33 . SAFE HANDLING INFORMATION STORAGE AND TRANSPORT: Store product in a cool place out of direct sunlight. Keep away from heat. Fog. Dispose of in accordance with local regulations. Store in accordance with Dangerous Good Regulations and transport in accordance with the NZDG Code for Dangerous Goods Class 2. foam or dry chemical can be used. Flammable. Store away from corrosive materials. fine water spray. flame or ignition source. Remove possible leaking containers. Eyes: Avoid contact with eyes. Do not puncture or incinerate cans even when empty.PRECAUTIONS FOR USE EXPOSURE LIMITS: TWA* CHEMICAL NAME: Hydrocarbon Propellant LPG 1800mg/ m 3(1000ppm) Ethyl alcohol 1880mg/ m 3(1000ppm) *New Zealand workplace Exposure Standards ENGINEERING CONTROLS: Use in well ventilated areas and away from ignition sources. Closed containers may rupture when exposed to heat greater than 50oC. carbon dioxide. Flammability: Flammable.

10 FLAMMABILITY LIMITS: Not combustible pH: 4. 34 .3 2235 . May produce dermatitis on repeated or prolonged contact with skin.5 .SHAMPOOS MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET NO 13 v Non-hazardous according to criteria of Occupational Safety & Health. Splashes in the eye may cause stinging sensation and tears.0 { 831138 .2002 PRODUCT IDENTIFICATION PRODUCT NAME/CODE: UN No: DANGEROUS GOODS CLASS: SUBSIDIARY RISK: PACKAGING GROUP No: Refer to individual company listing Not Applicable HAZCHEM CODE: Not applicable POISON SCHEDULE: Not applicable Not applicable PRODUCT USE: Not applicable Not Applicable To cleanse hair and scalp.21 .3 { 61789 .54 .31 .1 % w/w Content < 20 < 10 < 15 < 15 to 100 HEALTH HAZARD INFORMATION Low toxicity by the oral route.1 { 13150 . { 3088 . Date of Issue: 1.40 . Prolonged and repeated skin contact should be avoided No appreciable irritation is expected by this route.79 . PHYSICAL / CHEMICAL PROPERTIES APPEARANCE: Viscous liquid BOILING POINT: Approx. 100oC FLASH POINT: Not Applicable VAPOUR PRESSURE: Not determined SPECIFIC GRAVITY: 1.5 SOLUBILITY IN WATER: Completely Soluble INGREDIENTS Anionic & amphoteric surfactants such as: Sodium laureth sulphate Sodium lauryl sulphate Ammonium lauryl sulphate Cocamido propyl betain Other ingredients HEALTH EFFECTS ACUTE EFFECTS: Swallow: Eye: Skin: Inhaled: CHRONIC EFFECTS: CAS No.0 .7.00 -0 151 .1.7. Transient reddening of the eye may also occur.08 -3 { 80438 .

hold eyes open. Eyes: Protect eyes when using. Mop up small spills. Wash affected area with water. SAFE HANDLING INFORMATION STORAGE AND TRANSPORT: SPILL AND DISPOSAL: FIRE / EXPLOSION HAZARD: Store product in a cool place. Remove from further exposure. Remove possible leaking containers. For larger spills absorb in inert material (sand or vermiculate). Remove contaminated clothing and wash affected area with water. Give one or two glasses of water and seek medical attention. Not considered a significant risk. Flammability: Product is not flammable. PERSONAL PROTECTION: Skin: Gloves (vinyl. PRECAUTIONS FOR USE EXPOSURE LIMITS: CHEMICAL NAME: TWA* *New Zealand workplace Exposure Standards ENGINEERING CONTROLS: None required. rubber or plastic) are recommended if prolonged contact with the product is envisaged. Treat symptomatically. flood with water for at least 15 minutes and see a Doctor if pain persists. OTHER INFORMATION 35 . Spills are slippery.FIRST AID: Swallowed: Eyes: Skin: Skin: Inhaled: Advice to Doctor: If swallowed DO NOT induce vomiting. Dispose of in accordance with local regulations. If in eyes. Will not burn.

19 .02 . Transient reddening of the eye may also occur.7 57 .1. 36 . 100oC VAPOUR PRESSURE: Not determined FLAMMABILITY LIMITS: Not combustible SOLUBILITY IN WATER: Miscible INGREDIENTS Cationic surfactants such as: Certrimonium chloride Cetrimonium bromide Stearalkonium chloride Other ingredients HEALTH EFFECTS ACUTE EFFECTS: Swallow: Eye: Skin: Inhaled: CHRONIC EFFECTS: CAS No. No appreciable irritation is expected by this route. Eye contact may cause some stinging and tears.0 FLASH POINT: Not Applicable SPECIFIC GRAVITY: 0. Date of Issue: 1.0 .5 < 3.95 .09 .0 pH: 2.5 < 2.5 % w/w Content < 2.2002 PRODUCT IDENTIFICATION PRODUCT NAME/CODE: UN No: DANGEROUS GOODS CLASS: SUBSIDIARY RISK: PACKAGING GROUP No: Refer to individual company listing Not Applicable HAZCHEM CODE: Not applicable Not applicable POISON Not Applicable SCHEDULE: Not applicable PRODUCT USE: To condition and beautify hair after cleansing. prolonged repeated skin contact should be avoided. Not applicable PHYSICAL / CHEMICAL PROPERTIES APPEARANCE: Viscous liquid BOILING POINT: Approx.7.0 to 100 HEALTH HAZARD INFORMATION Low toxicity by the oral route.5.CONDITIONERS & TREATMENTS MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET NO 14 v Non-hazardous according to criteria of Occupational Safety & Health.5 . Prolonged and repeated skin contact should be avoided No appreciable irritation is expected by this route however.1 122 . 112 .

Remove contaminated clothing and wash affected area with water. Mop up small spills. PERSONAL PROTECTION: Skin: Not normally required. Give one or two glasses of water and seek medical attention. remove from further exposure. Will not burn.FIRST AID: Swallowed: Eyes: Skin: Inhaled: Advice to Doctor: If swallowed DO NOT induce vomiting. OTHER INFORMATION FIRE / EXPLOSION HAZARD: 37 . If affected. Not considered a significant risk. PRECAUTIONS FOR USE EXPOSURE LIMITS: CHEMICAL NAME: TWA* *New Zealand workplace Exposure Standards ENGINEERING CONTROLS: None required. Spills are slippery. Eyes: Protect eyes when using. hold eyes open. Dispose of in accordance with local regulations. Treat symptomatically. If in eyes. SAFE HANDLING INFORMATION STORAGE AND TRANSPORT: SPILL AND DISPOSAL: Store product in a cool place. Flammability: Product is not flammable. For prolonged use gloves are advised. Remove possible leaking containers. For larger spills absorb in inert material (sand or vermiculate). flood with water for at least 15 minutes and see a Doctor if pain persists.

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