if the flamablity rating is high, these products should be store in the fire safe.
non- flamable should be stored safely in areas where spilling leakage will not damage people and things.
don't bring in your own chemicals with out checking the MSDS and use instructions.
if the MSDS, or instuctions indicate VOC or ventalation requirements, the product must be used in the vented area.
Chemicals you might find in use are:
Liquids in Cans
PBBlaster (Aerosolized) - http://www.blasterchemical.com/images/msds/PBAerosol_Oct10.pdf
Liquid Wrench (various) - http://www.liquidwrench.com/msds/home.asp
Brake Cleaner (Aerosol) - http://www.berrymanproducts.com/Portals/0/1401,1405,1455N.pdf
Polyester Resin - http://www.performancefibers.com/PDFs/MSDS/SAL03_MSDS_Sheet.pdf
Synthetic Blend 5W30 - http://www.service-pro.com/documents/MSDS/motoroils/Syn5W30SAE.pdf
Synthetic Blend 10W30 - http://www.service-pro.com/documents/MSDS/motoroils/Syn10W30SAE.pdf
Full Synthetic 5W20 - http://www.service-pro.com/documents/MSDS/motoroils/SPFullSyn5w20.pdf
Full Synthetic 5W30 - http://www.service-pro.com/documents/MSDS/motoroils/SPFullSyn5w30.pdf
High Temp EP2 Grease - http://www.service-pro.com/documents/MSDS/lubs/Service%20Pro%20Hi%20Temp%20Grease%20MSDS.pdf
85W140 Gear Oil - http://www.service-pro.com/documents/MSDS/lubs/SP85W-140GearOil_MSDS.pdf
50/50 Antifreeze - http://www.service-pro.com/documents/MSDS/anti/AllMakesAllModels5050.pdf
PCB / Solder Supplies
glass cleaner - ah... digging
ceramic glazes - http://www.spectrumglazes.com/msds.html
wood - hard to find msds...
Argon Gas - http://www.weilerwelding.com/MSDS/argon.html
Acetylene Gas - http://www.weilerwelding.com/MSDS/Acetylene.html
Oxygen Gas - http://www.weilerwelding.com/MSDS/Oxygen.htm
Electrodes and Wire - http://www.hobartwelders.com/service/msds/