Safety data sheets (SDSs) are documents that provide information about the properties and hazards of chemical substances and mixtures. They are an essential component of chemical safety, and are intended to help users of chemicals understand the potential risks associated with using them and how to use them safely. SDSs typically include information on the physical and chemical properties of a substance, as well as its potential health and environmental hazards. They also provide information on safe handling and storage procedures, emergency measures, and disposal considerations. SDSs are required by law in many countries, and are typically provided by the manufacturer or supplier of a chemical product. They are an important resource for anyone working with chemicals, including researchers, laboratory workers, and industrial workers.