Tag: Chemical Inventory

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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Chemical Inventory: Do It Safely, Completely

May 2017

Author: Kimberly Williams

Categories: Chemical Inventory Services, General Information, HazCom Compliance, OSHA Compliance

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In a previous blog post, The EHS Professional’s Secret Weapon, I described how a chemical inventory can drive down operating costs, reduce risk, and minimize the chance of regulatory non-compliance. Now that I’ve convinced you of the need to perform an inventory, I’m going to provide some best practices and explain the basics of how…

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The Annual Chemical Inventory – The EH&S Professional’s Secret Weapon

Apr 2017

Author: Kimberly Williams

Categories: Chemical Management, HazCom Compliance, OSHA Compliance

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What secret weapon addresses worker safety, product safety, and compliance, as well as helps with risk mitigation and cost reduction? The answer is the annual chemical inventory. To comply with hazard communication regulations, we all know that annually conducting a complete inventory of chemicals used in your workplace is a must. By comparing the physical…

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A Few Tips to Get a Grip on an Accurate Chemical Inventory

Feb 2013

Author: Kimberly Williams

Categories: Chemical Management, SDS Authoring

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Aside from being more organized there are a few immediate practical rewards you’ll see: 1) you will establish a solid baseline for creating material approval and control procedures, 2) ensure MSDS compliance, and 3) automate regulatory reporting that is efficient and accurate.

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