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"SDS Sanity Check – Getting on the Same Page as Your Vendors"

Sep 2017

Author: David Williams, Vice President of Industry & Innovation

Chemical exposure and management is a paramount concern for EHS industry leaders. But let’s be honest. SDS information is not always clear about the hazards represented by a material or its ingredients. How do EHS leaders identify problematic documents and acquire the information necessary for effective decision-making about the materials on site, exposure and worker…


"SiteHawk Empowers EHS Professional to Leverage Chemical Data Management and Drive Operational Excellence"

Aug 2017

Featured: The Silicon Review

Driven by consumers, cost effect and regulatory mandates, companies continue to elevate the importance of Environmental Health and Safety in every industry. Understanding chemical data is crucial to align EHS processes with corporate initiatives, manage business strategy and reach EHS goals. SiteHawk is the solution to making these efforts a reality. For 24 years, SiteHawk…


"Chemical Reaction: How GHS Impacts Workplace Safety"

Sep 2015

Featured: Engineered Wood Journal

Author: Kim Stier, Chief Industry and Innovation Officer

According to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), Hazard Communication (HazCom) violations are ranked among the 10 most frequently cited workplace violations.

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"When Data Doesn’t Matter – A Realistic Application of Analytics"

Oct 2017

Speaker: David Williams

View Recorded Session Analytics, widgets, dashboards and business intelligence–EHS leaders are using data to shift from a focus on compliance to discovering ways to utilize chemical data and strategically support corporate initiatives. But how do you know what data matters to meet your goals? SiteHawk offers a primer, helping organizations unlock the internal questions that…


"Chemical Approval as a Best Practice"

Jun 2016

Efficient Chemical Approval procedures are essential to any productive workplace. Introducing new materials without proper preparation and review can alter processes, break compliance and endanger lives. The first step in implementing best practices concerning the introduction of new chemicals in a workplace is gathering the data necessary to understand how to meet a company’s structural…


"Threshold Reporting & Quantity Management"

Sep 2016

Threshold reporting demands the evaluation of chemical data by material, area, and quantity—the what, where, and how much of potentially hazardous chemicals. Understanding regulations, hazardous materials, and associated data is necessary for effective regulatory reporting, and many data management systems map qualifying chemicals and areas. However, companies must find the right tool for the right…

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Alaska’s Tier II Reporting Journey

Mar 2018

Author: Laura Patrick

Categories: Community Right-to-Know, Regulatory News

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Tier II Reports are provided to local fire departments, Local Emergency Planning Committees (LEPC) and State Emergency Response Commissions (SERCs) annually to provide information to these agencies in case of chemical related emergencies. Over the past several years, more and more states have transitioned from requiring printed Tier II forms or using Tier2 Submit to…


Chemical Approval Process

Feb 2018

Author: Roy Abhishek

Categories: Chemical Management

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Across all industries, studies show that EHS influences not only the health and safety of employees, but has a direct effect on business profitability. To drive greener initiatives and more effective product development, chemical approval processes have risen as the front line fail safe procedure for ensuring businesses monitor the chemicals onsite and the ingredients…

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