International Paper in North America

Product Safety Data Sheets

The most current safety data sheets for your use.

In March 2012 the U.S. Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) updated its Hazard Communication Standard and identified dust, which can be generated from the conversion of pulp, paper and paperboard products, as a combustible dust hazard.  This determination now requires that our pulp, paper and paperboard products that will be converted or handled in a manner that can generate dust must have a Safety Data Sheet (SDS) and label to appropriately communicate this information to our customers.

It is important to understand that we have not changed the manufacturing process, composition or physical characteristics of our products.  Our products are not hazardous in the form in which they are shipped by us, but may pose a hazard when they are converted in downstream activities such as slitting, cutting or pulverizing. 

Listed below are the most current SDS’s for your use.  If you have any questions, please contact your Sales or Customer Service representative.

Coated Paperboard
PE Coated Cupstock
PE Coated Folding Carton Board
PET Coated Folding Carton Board
PET Coated Foodservice Board
PLA Coated Cupstock
Uncoated CPB Grades
Clay Coated CPB Grades

Printing, Converting and Imaging Papers
Uncoated Printing, Converting and Imaging Papers

Corrugated and Solid Fiber Sheets
Corrugated Sheet
Solid Fiber Sheet

Kraft Medium and Liner
Medium
Medium – Semi Chem
Liner

Kraft Pulp (Bleached)
Pulp (Bleached)
 

Corrugated Sheets
Corrugated Sheets
Corrugated Sheets
Corrugated Sheets
 
Kraft Medium and Liner