Make Safety Data Sheets (SDS) and chemical safety information available when and where your employees need them with the Ecesis Chemical Management Software and SDS Mobile App. Efficiently manage chemical approvals and inventories as well as regulatory reporting information.
Chemical Management Software and SDS App Features
New Chemical Review - Users may submit chemicals for review and approval. Once submitted, product information proceeds through an automated workflow to obtain the required approval(s).
SDS Management - Manage your safety data sheets in a centralized database and quickly search and view SDS using our website or Mobile SDS App.
SDS Archiving - Maintain historical safety data sheets and inventory data in accordance with OSHA requirements for the maintenance of exposure records in accordance with 20 CFR 1910.1020.
Chemical Inventories - Track chemical locations and quickly generate and view real-time lists of on-site and area-specific chemicals. Export facility-specific chemical inventories to an Excel spreadsheet along with a zip file of associated SDS.
Offline Availability - Upload SDS and chemical safety information to mobile devices to make them accessible in remote locations.
Barcode Lookup - Use your mobile device's camera to scan a manufacturer's UPC code or QR code to retreive SDS and chemical safety information.
Reportable Quantity Tables - A complete copy of EPA's List of Lists is incorporated, which allows users to quickly generate lists of Reportable Quantities (RQ's) for on-site chemicals and determine if a spill is reportable.
On-Site Quantity Tracking - A number of features are included to facilitate identification and listing of on-site chemicals that contain EPCRA 304, 312, and 313 chemicals. These lists help ensure complete and accurate regulatory reporting under Tier I/Tier II, Toxic Release Inventory (TRI), and Extremely Hazard Substance (EHS) regulations.
Inventory Confirmation - Using our Mobile EHS App, users can instantly verify area-specific hazardous chemical inventories and view chemical-specific data, such as reportable quantities while in the field. This information may also be accessed by scanning a manufacturer's barcode.