SDS

Safety Data Sheets (SDS) are required under the OSHA Hazard Communication Standard for certain items or chemicals used in the workplace. The SDS is a detailed informational document prepared by the manufacturer or importer of a hazardous chemical that contains information on the physical and chemical properties of the product. SDS's contain useful information such as flash point, toxicity, procedures for spills and leaks, and storage guidelines. Information included in a Safety Data Sheet aids in the selection of safe products, helps you understand the potential health and physical hazards of a chemical and describes how to respond effectively to exposure situations. It is important to note not all materials require SDSs and may be exempt from this requirement if they meet the definition of “Article” in the Hazard Communication Standard (29 CFR 190.1200(b)(v)). For Barnes products meeting the Article definition, letters identifying that qualification for exemption are also available below.

BULLETS


Barnes Traditional (lead core) bullets, including:


Barnes Copper Alloy bullets, including:


Barnes Powdered Metal Core bullets, including:


LOADED AMMUNITION


Barnes Rifle Ammunition with Traditional (lead-core) bullets, including:


Barnes Rifle Ammunition with Zinc-core bullets, including:


Barnes Rifle Ammunition with Copper Alloy bullets, including:


Barnes Rifle and Handgun Ammunition with All Copper bullets, including:


Barnes Rifle Ammunition with Copper:Tin Powdered Metal Core bullets, including:


BORE CLEANER


Exemption Letters