I have finally looked through the SDSs we have here at my company (I am QA manager who also over sees sanitation, been here since late march) and no one has touched the SDSs since 2012. Now last I heard we have to keep records of all chemicals that have been in the plant for 10 years, which is the excuse im being told as to why it hasnt been updated. We are a food manufacture by the way, not yet SQF certified and we have 5 allergens, very small company, anyways in my past we have saved all the chemicals however separated them with the new chemicals versus the ones we have had in the past.
So my question is how long do we hold onto the old SDSs and how do you organize them. I think it will be easier to ask for new SDSs because all the ones I have are in the old MSDS format. And I want all the current SDS in the front versus just alphabetized order.