(2) The chemical manufacturer or importer preparing the safety data sheet shall ensure that it is in English (although the employer may maintain copies in other languages as well), and includes at least the following section numbers and headings, and associated information under each heading, in the order listed (See Appendix D to § 1910.1200 ... cells or 12 batteries in a single package. These must be transported in accordance with the requirements of Special Provision “A45”. Effective January 1, 2004, all lithium batteries will be regulated as Hazardous Material by the International Maritime Organization (IMO) if you transport more than 24 cells or 12 batteries in a single package. This information can be found from the material safety data sheet. A copy can be requested from HAZMAT Central. “The MSDS contains details about every type of HAZMAT such as boiling points, fl ash points, and the correct way to dispose of the material,” said Logistics Specialist Seaman Juan Cortes-Ramos, who works in HAZMAT Central aboard ... An MSDS is required to be available for all hazardous substances that may be used (ie. handled, stored or transported) in the workplace. The MSDS has to comply with the National Code of Practice for the Preparation of Material Safety Data Sheets.