Tag: Chemical Data Management

EPA Makes Additions to the Toxics Release Inventory for 2019 Reporting Year

Jul 2018

Author: Katie McGee

Categories: Chemical Management, Regulatory News

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The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has officially added 13 specific nonylphenol ethoxylates (NPEs) to the Toxics Release Inventory (TRI) in a rule that was published in the Federal Register on Tuesday, June 12th. Although this is being added as a category, it only includes the 13 specifically listed substances with CAS numbers. These additions will…

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SiteHawk’s New Look!

Jun 2018

Author: SiteHawk

Categories: News & Updates

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Today, around 52% of all website traffic runs via mobile phones, and the number of mobile users in the world is expected to pass the five billion mark by 2019. From web conferences during a flight to running reports on a smart phone, businesses, just like consumers, are mobile. Your business needs tools that partner…

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SiteHawk Analytics – Transforming Data into Action

Apr 2018

Author: Chris Barfield

Categories: Chemical Management, Product Development, SDS Management

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On April 30, 2018, SiteHawk releases the latest version of SiteHawk Communicator, the leading global solution for chemical data management. SiteHawk Communicator 8.16 includes a new robust tool, SiteHawk Analytics, that provides a deeper look into your organization and provides useful operational insights via chemical data reporting. Organizations are flourishing with data, but the challenge…

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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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SiteHawk Exclusive – The EHSQ Maturity Curve Applied to HazCom & Beyond

Feb 2018

Author: Matt Adams

Categories: Chemical Management, General Information, HazCom Compliance

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February’s edition of the Synergist included the article Solving the Right Problems, by SiteHawk Senior Solutions Engineer Matt Adams. In the article, Matt introduces the concept of the EHSQ Maturity Curve, a construct describing organizational progression from regulatory compliance, through proactive insight into a state of leadership and stewardship. Matt’s argument that EHSQ activities should…

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Solving the Right Problems – The EHSQ Maturity Curve

Feb 2018

Author: Matt Adams

Categories: General Information, Product Sustainability, Regulatory News

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A Simple Model to Take Your Organization Beyond Compliance How sustainable is my company? How sustainable is my site compared with our operations in the future? Is there a product recall right around the corner? I have budget for one more person: should I hire a risk expert or a data scientist? Environmental, health and safety, and quality…

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SiteHawk Inventory Training Center Introduced at The Hermitage in Nashville, TN

May 2017

Author: Kimberly Williams

Categories: Chemical Inventory Services, Chemical Management

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SiteHawk recently partnered with The Hermitage, home of President Andrew Jackson, to provide a SiteHawk Inventory Training Center for the Chemical Inventory Services team in Nashville, TN. A Brief History of The Hermitage If you’ve spent any time in Nashville, Tennessee, you most likely know that all directions start with, “Take Old Hickory.” Old Hickory…

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Increase in OSHA Fines

Jul 2016

Author: SiteHawk

Categories: Chemical Management, SDS Management

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For the first time in 25 years, OSHA increases fines for violations by as much as 78%. Effective August 1, 2016, the new maximum fine per violation will be $12,471 (the max has been $7,000 since 1990). By Congressional directive, federal agencies such as OSHA are adjusting civil penalties to account for inflation; penalties will continue to…

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New partnership, new possibilities for EHS management programs

Dec 2014

Author: SiteHawk

Categories: Chemical Management, GHS Solutions, HazCom Compliance, SDS Management

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Recently, SiteHawk announced a new partnership with Intelex, a leading environmental, health, safety (EHS) and quality software provider–the SiteHawk Intelex partnership bridges the gap between chemical data content and EHS management applications. The data that SiteHawk collects from SDSs now feeds into Intelex’s applications such as water quality, industrial hygiene, occupational health, and risk management. This…

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OSHA Responds to Petition to Extend Deadline for Formulators

Nov 2014

Author: SiteHawk

Categories: Chemical Management, GHS Solutions, HazCom Compliance

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Industries Request OSHA Extend Deadline Recently, OSHA responded to nine industry organizations who filed an August, 2014 petition requesting the agency reopen the rulemaking proceedings for the Hazard Communication Standard (HCS)– the industries request OSHA extends deadlines of June 2015 for formulators to meet HCS 2012 compliance requirements. Under HCS 2012, manufacturers and distributors are required…

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