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VelocityEHS

Remote-access tool helps users manage chemical safety

This company recently launched its enhanced SDS/Chemical Management mobile app (photo), which gives users the ability to access critical chemical safety information, including Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS), product details, container information, scan barcodes, QR codes and UPC codes. It also lets users access previous scans (even when Internet access is not available), and keep track of important inventory details related to what chemicals are stored on site, where they are stored, and in what quantities, from any remote location. This significantly improves users’ ability to manage chemical inventories onsite, says the company. By combining its popular eBinder app and Chemical Inventory Scanning app functionality into a singular SDS/Chemical Management mobile app, employees now have easy on- and offline access to safety data sheets, as well as the ability to quickly scan chemical container bar codes and manage inventory information, from the palm of their hands while in the field. The app syncs directly to users’ online MSDSOnline Accounts, so changes made from any location are automatically reflected both in the online account and the app, ensuring that employees always have consistent, up-to-date information related to hazardous chemical-inventory information. — VelocityEHS, Chicago, Ill.

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