SDS (MSDS) Sheets and Chemical Product Information
The Safety data sheets (formerly called MSDS sheets and now called SDS) and the label information for each chemical we use is provided by the manufacturers of the products; these documents are prepared as part of the process that registers each product for legal use for specific purposes.
We attach them here to provide full information about the chemicals that we use; some of the chemicals on the list are rarely used but are included to ensure the list is comprehensive.
Please note you can always call our office to discuss any concerns.
IN THE EVENT OF A SUSPECTED HUMAN POISONING CALL 131 126
This is the direct POISONS line and they provide advice in urgent situations.
For suspected ANIMAL poisoning, the best action is to take the animal immediately to a vet; all the rodent baits that we use require the vet to administer vitamin K as an antidote, keeping the animal quiet and rested with minimal activity. However, it is very unusual for cats or dogs to get sick from eating poisoned rats and mice. The cat or dog would usually have to eat the whole carcass of one or more poisoned rodents before they would intake sufficient poison to cause a problem for the cat or dog because they are much larger animals.
Note: we try to keep this page up to date but to be certain you have the latest version, you can obtain the name of the manufacturer from the MSDS here and then go to the manufacturers own website where they will always display the latest information available.