Hundreds and thousands of chemical products are in use at any given business facility. Keeping track of these chemicals, their usage, disposal, and reordering can be a monumental task that is necessary for controlling purchasing and scrap costs, as well as environmental and regulatory compliance.
Enter tcmIS®, or Total Chemical Management Information System—a web-based chemical lifecycle, environmental, and SDS management platform that catalogues your entire chemical product inventory and provides robust reporting features, chemical gatekeeping, and supply chain visibility at each stage.
By providing key data regarding your chemical supply chain, tcmIS® helps users make informed purchasing decisions, manage shelf life, and reduce waste and scrap. With a few clicks, users can produce real-time, custom reports for a wide range of fields. It also simplifies the arduous task of environmental and regulatory compliance, congregating the information required to adhere to reporting requirements.
HAZCOM or Hazardous Communication standards require employers to provide their workforce with safe handling knowledge for hazardous chemicals used at their facilities. However, the standard Safety Data Sheets (SDS) available for these chemicals are written in technical language that is difficult to understand for the average person. Also, sifting through endless pages of technical jargon is time consuming and ineffective for employee training.
MAXCOMTM is a web-based platform that helps facilitate safe work practices by providing user-friendly online safety training, and easy-to-understand Safe-Use-Guides for workers who handle hazardous chemicals. MAXCOMTM training modules provide employees with 24/7 access to information about the chemicals they use, in a format they can understand. It helps organizations remain compliant to environmental, health and safety requirements, while also improving employee safety.
To learn more about MAXCOMTM please visit maxcomonline.com. For MAXCOMTM support, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or by telephone at +1 800-524-7096