When it comes to (M)SDS management the two biggest challenges are to acquire the (M)SDS and to keep it up to date. Simply provide us with a list of (M)SDS in which you have an interest and we do the rest! Our project teams search the web or make direct contact with the Vendor. All SDS have a life-cycle – we ensure that you receive (M)SDS updates as they become available.
Chemwatch maintains a team of Emergency Response Experts, available 24/7 in 150 Languages, GLOBALLY. This service is operated by an experienced team of Toxicologists, Environmental scientists and Medical Doctors with 24/7 access to the worlds largest library of Chemical information. One number is (generally) available worldwide, subject to carrier restrictions.
Chemwatch’s team of chemists, occupational hygienists and safety specialists author more than 4000 SDS monthly on behalf of its clients.
Each SDS is compliant with local or regional requirements and undergoes extensive peer review prior to release. With any change in Regulation or Classification, the SDS undergoes an automatic update.
SDS are supported under a Professional Indemnity Policy. In probability we produce more (M)SDS than any other organisation, making prices are extremely competitive.
Each Chemwatch cloud application is supported by online support. Direct phone support (Helpdesk), Chat-line, and video interactive support is available for all Subscribers.
IT Support is available 24/7, 365 days a year. Chemwatch Service Level Agreement (SLA) covers every detail when it comes to support, escalation process, availability, etc.
With a world-wide network of employees, located in 20 Countries, Chemwatch prides itself in quick and in-depth support to all Clients.
As a registered training organisation under the Department of Education, Employment and Workplace Relations, Chemwatch is well-equipped with skills, experience and learning resources to provide your staff with the knowledge to handle chemicals safely. In addition to the Software training, Chemwatch also offers the Follow Basic Chemical Safety Rules Course (AHCCHM101A), officially accredited to provide you with knowledge and understanding of chemical labeling, transportation, handling, storage, and personal protective equipment requirements.