" above and OSHA comments on generic MSDS's in the previous section).
The requirements of both small and large companies are covered by the program.
That really depends on how SDS's are handled at your organization.
While many companies go bankrupt, their assets and product lines are usually acquired by other manufacturers. If you know or can determine the web site of the company, enter that in the Wayback Machine and you may be to browse your way, for example, to the MSDS's that Solutia had in 2004 (they were bought by Eastman Chemical in 2012).
If all else fails, see if you can find an SDS for an identical formulation from another manufacturer (see "Do I have to keep every SDS that I receive?
You may run into some issues if the material is no longer manufactured or has been reformulated, so some effort may be required.