SDS RiskAssist™ V2.0

Rillea Releases SDS RiskAssist™ Version 2.0

Rillea Technologies continues to disrupt how people use WHMIS with the release of version 2.0 of its award winning SDS Management Web Application – SDS RiskAssist™. This revolutionary app was recently awarded a 2018 Readers’ Choice Award from Canadian Occupational Safety magazine. Version 2.0 makes it even faster and easier to organize, access and utilize […]

COS Readers Choice Award

SDS RiskAssist™ Wins 2018 Canadian Occupational Safety Readers’ Choice Award

Readers agree: SDS RiskAssist™ is the better way to manage chemicals in the workplace Rillea Technologies is thrilled to announce that our SDS RiskAssist™ web app has won a 2018 Readers’ Choice Award from Canadian Occupational Safety magazine. SDS RiskAssist™ is revolutionizing chemical management practices by making it quick and easy to organize, access and […]

SDS RiskAssist™ Phone View

Your Conversion to WHMIS 2015

Do you draw straws to decide who updates your WHMIS binder? You’re not alone but help is on the way! Health Canada has amended the Hazardous Products Act and Regulations to prompt an update from WHMIS 1988 to 2015. I hear you groan about more regulations but this change is actually a good one for occupational […]

Showcase to City of Kingston and Queens

Happy 2nd Birthday Rillea Technologies!

In honour of Rillea’s 2nd birthday, we are publishing this article, which chronicles our history and was originally published by the Office of Partnerships and Innovation Queen’s University, May 29th, 2018 Rillea Technologies: Chemical Safety in the Palm of Your Hand Lisa Hallsworth can remember the incident that inspired her to create Rillea. Back in […]

Protected Worker

Are You Meeting Your Chemical Regulatory Requirements?

The main purpose of Ontario’s Occupational Health and Safety Act (OHSA) is to protect workers from health and safety hazards on the job. For chemical hazards, the OHSA requires employers to ensure 3 activities are completed: Chemicals in the workplace are clearly identified Worker exposure to chemicals is controlled Workers receive enough information about chemicals […]


Are You a Chemical Bystander?

The bystander effect is a well documented social phenomenon that explains why, when confronted with an emergency, people do not act. In simple terms it states that the more people there are in the area when an emergency occurs the less likely an individual is to help. Two factors lead to this effect. The first […]