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 TierI/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.