C.O.R.E. 2062 Safety Database
A collection of the industrial safety practices used and supported by FRC team C.O.R.E. 2062

SDS (Safety Data Sheet)

The Safety Data Sheet (SDS) is necessary for all teams. A proper SDS lists all materials used by your team with safety information on these products. They should tell you ingredients, allergy information, how to treat if a reaction occurs, and what to do if ingested, splashed in eyes, immersed in a cut, etc. You should keep brand specific sheets as different brands use different materials in their products. All companies are required to create an SDS for their product and they are readily available online.

SDS differs from MSDS in that SDS sheets are fully standardized. All companies are required by OSHA to standardize their MSDS sheets into SDS sheets by June 1st, 2015. Because of this, our SDS list is currently incomplete. MSDS sheets are used to fill in for the items that are not yet SDS.

Make sure to train all team members on how to read the sheets as well as where the binder is located. When at competitions, you should always keep the SDS binder visible- not sitting obscured at the bottom of a box!

MSDS5Here you can find a list of the SDS files used by C.O.R.E.


Alcohol Wipes

Baking Soda

Hand Sanitizer

Carbon Steel Alloy Steel

Krazy Glue

Lens Cleaner

Hercules Purple PVC Primer

WD-40 Aerosol