PEOPLE & TIME ARE YOUR MOST VALUABLE ASSETS!
SDS RiskAssist™ digitizes safety data sheets & instantly re-orders the data the way a safety consultant would so that you can make informed decisions about chemicals management. It also compares your chemical collection to select local exposure regulations so that you can quickly assess where your biggest risks are. Company directives can easily be added to 1-page summaries and communicated clearly to employees via the SDS RiskAssist™ web app, when and where they need it.
Using SDS RiskAssist™ is like you and your workers have a chemical safety consultant in your pocket!
SDS RiskAssist™ PROVIDES SECURE, CLOUD-BASED ACCESS ACROSS MOBILE AND DESKTOP DEVICES.
"SDS RiskAssist™ turned the MSDS binder from a non-functioning collection of documents to a functioning system for better occupational and environmental health and safety."
"SDS RiskAssist™ is a risk-based tool to help prioritize work associated with handling hazardous materials."
"SDS RiskAssist™ is revolutionary in the chemicals management solutions sector. So much more than a document management system, SDS RiskAssist™ empowered us to easily see the college's entire chemical collection by area and prioritized hazard. It has allowed us to justify the removal of over 300 obsolete and unnecessary chemicals as well as easily completing flammables reporting to the fire department. We have also been able to identify areas to reduce chemical/WHMIS training costs. SDS RiskAssist™ is an indispensable tool to have in our occupational health and safety toolkit!"
"SDS RiskAssist™ allows me to provide cost-effective, thorough WHMIS eduction and chemical-specific training to my clients and they love that fact that their "WHMIS Binder" is now an app on their phone! The one-page summary is a real bonus! In a few quick clicks, they get the chemical hazard and safe handling information they need in clear, simple language. I've even seen my clients sharing the SDS RiskAssist™ knowledge with their kids!"
“SDS RiskAssist™ allowed us to gain an overview of the city’s chemical-related hazards in a very efficient and cost effective way. It will allow the City of Quinte West to provide precise, relevant chemical-specific training to employees in all departments while meeting the requirements of the Occupational Health and Safety Act thus ensuring good chemical-related workplace safety.
SDS RiskAssist™ grants our employees access to their department catalogue of Safety Data Sheets at any time electronically through the E-Binder. The One-Page Summary gives quick and accurate information pertaining to safe use including specific PPE, Incident Response, Special Instructions, storage and proper disposal of all hazardous products in their departments. This benefits employee health and wellness, builds employee morale and is great for our business and the community.”
"After trying to teach people to read an MSDS or SDS for 30 years, I found that it is impossible to show them how to get the needed information. SDS RiskAssist™ simplifies that whole process and gives people exactly the information they need."
"At Queen’s University, student safety and learning are priorities. While chemicals associated with anatomy labs can be hazardous, we have invested heavily into infrastructure to ensure students can work and learn safely in these labs by following proper protocol and wearing necessary personal protective equipment. SDS RiskAssist™ helps our lab personnel and teaching assistants to share clear, consistent knowledge with students about the hazards, procedures and personal protective equipment needed to maintain safety."
“SDS RiskAssist™ absolutely deserves all the awards it has received to date! With the help of this cost-effective platform, we have been able to gain much better awareness about the chemical products that we manage. Our directors are very happy with the improved level of knowledge and oversight. So much so that they requested mobile access for themselves! The platform is intuitive and is a great resource for our staff, who find it much more accessible than binders or an online document repository. Visiting the site is becoming routine and the chemical-handling information is clear and consistent.”