Category: SDS Authoring

EPA Releases Latest Public Version of the TSCA Inventory – Finally!

Apr 2018

Author: Katie McGee

Categories: GHS, Regulatory News, SDS Authoring

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The EPA has FINALLY (we have practically been camped out on the EPA website like black Friday shoppers waiting outside the store) released the latest public version of the TSCA Inventory.  The Inventory is released twice a year, usually in the January/February and June/July timeframes.  This year the release of the Public Inventory is critical…

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Canada’s HPR Concentration Range Amendment Set to Go Live – With One Change

Apr 2018

Author: Katie McGee

Categories: Canada GHS, Chemical Management, SDS Authoring, WHMIS 2015

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A few months ago we shared a proposed amendment to Canada’s Hazardous Products Regulations.  Health Canada has announced that the proposed change is set to be officially published in the Gazette, Part II next week. The concentration ranges that were detailed in the earlier post remain the same in the final amendment. One change was made to allowances…

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Full Formula – SiteHawk Adds Support for Ingredient-Level Data in SDS Management Solution

Oct 2017

Author: Chris Barfield

Categories: GHS, HazCom Compliance, SDS Authoring, SDS Management

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On October 1, 2017, SiteHawk released the latest version of SiteHawk Communicator, the leading global solution for chemical data management. SiteHawk Communicator 8.10 includes new functionalities to regulate comprehensive full formula ingredient data within SiteHawk and provide tools to ensure workplaces have access to the chemical data necessary to maintain compliance and promote safety. View,…

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SDS Authoring – Man vs. Machine

Jul 2017

Author: Sheila Westerveld

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How accurate are Safety Data Sheets authored using only software to determine classifications? Some software companies tout that you can create and publish Safety Data Sheets in minutes instead of days or weeks, without regulatory or chemical expertise. While many of the SDS authoring processes can be automated, classification of substances and mixtures is still…

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SiteHawk Releases Version 8.6 of SiteHawk Communicator – Featuring SDS Version Comparison

May 2017

Author: Erika Scrimpshire

Categories: Chemical Management, HazCom Compliance, Product Development, SDS Authoring, SDS Management

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On May 7, 2017, SiteHawk released the latest version of SiteHawk Communicator, the leading global solution for SDS and chemical data management. SiteHawk Communicator 8.6 is the fourth major product release in 2017 and includes new functionality to help users perform SDS version comparison, providing an easy to read differential analysis. Simple, Easy, SDS Version Comparison…

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SDS Authoring Innovation – Multiple Agency Support on a Single SDS

Apr 2017

Author: Ruth Donlon

Categories: GHS Solutions, HazCom Compliance, OSHA Compliance, SDS Authoring, WHMIS 2015

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Global disributors are reducing costs and improving efficiency – without sacrificing compliance standards or introducing risk – by having a single product SDS adhere to multiple agency standards, a multiple agency SDS. REQUEST INFO The Concept – OSHA, WHMIS and even EU CLP on a Single SDS At SiteHawk, we are seeing an increase in the number of…

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SDS Authoring Risk Alert: OSHA Requires Checking Full Range of Data Sources for Hazards

Apr 2017

Author: Ruth Donlon

Categories: HazCom Compliance, OSHA Compliance, SDS Authoring, SDS Management

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OSHA regulations call for firms to “identify and consider the full range of available scientific literature and other evidence concerning the potential hazards” when authoring an SDS (§1910.1200 (d) (2)). SDS Authoring Risk Unfortunately, many organizations expose themselves to significant risk by only checking one or two common sources. When they cannot find an endpoint…

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SiteHawk Presents at Ignite Performance Intelex User Conference in Toronto

Apr 2017

Author: Dave Williams

Categories: Canada GHS, Chemical Management, Events, GHS Solutions, HazCom Compliance, SDS Authoring, SDS Management, WHMIS 2015

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“Without the data, the tools are pointless and without the software the data is unmanageable.” -Tim O’Reilly Mr. O’Reilly was spot-on. Today, most companies engage multiple software systems and under-utilize countless data sources. At the Ignite Performance Intelex User Conference 2017 in Toronto, SiteHawk led a breakout that focused on the data conundrum and how users…

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OSHA Signals Potential HazCom Changes

Apr 2017

Author: Katie McGee

Categories: HazCom Compliance, OSHA Compliance, Regulatory News, SDS Authoring, SDS Management

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Although many organizations are still wrestling with the operational implications of the adoption of GHS in OSHA 2012, OSHA has recently signaled that the agency may consider more HazCom changes in the next round of rulemaking. Are HazCom Changes in the Works? OSHA HazCom is based on Revision 3 of the UN GHS purple book. In a meeting…

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SDS Management Update – A New & Improved Localization for Korea

Apr 2017

Author: Erika Scrimpshire

Categories: GHS Solutions, HazCom Compliance, SDS Authoring, SDS Management, WHMIS, WHMIS 2015

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SiteHawk is pleased to announce the release of an improved translation for the Korean version of our SDS management solution, SiteHawk Communicator. This enhanced localization was performed by native speakers to provide a more accurate and user-friendly interface for SDS management in Korean. SiteHawk Communicator is offered in 26 languages and there are data sets…

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