When you’re in an industry that works with hazardous chemicals, workplace chemical safety becomes of utmost importance. Chemical Safety International works with businesses that manufacture, distribute or use hazardous chemicals in the workplace to ensure that employees and property are safeguarded from potential danger. The range of industries we work with and provide chemical management services for is wide and varied, and can include areas such as petroleum, car manufacturing, mining, the Department of Environment and Primary Industries, manufacturing, science and more.
We develop, implement and maintain best-practice chemical safety management systems that comply with all relevant regulations. Chemical Safety International provides a variety of services to ensure the safety and wellbeing of people in the workplace and protection of the environment. These services include emergency response in the event of chemical exposure, chemical safety training and awareness (the latter coming soon), detailed chemical labelling, and Safety Data Sheets, among others.
A key element of hazardous chemical management is the authoring of Safety Data Sheets (SDS). These documents are an essential component of the chemical labelling and packaging process and are required for any manufacturer or importer/exporter of potentially dangerous chemicals. Previously known as a Material Safety Data Sheet, the SDS details information about the properties of a hazardous chemical, what it is made of, and the risks it poses to workplace health and safety, such as whether it’s carcinogenic or flammable. It also outlines safe handling methods, so the document should always be referred to when assessing risks in the workplace. Chemical Safety International is able to author your SDS as part of our chemical management services. We’ll ensure it is compliant with current Work Health and Safety regulations and contains all the information you need.
Chemical Safety International Safety Data Sheets are unique in that our data is completely evidence and knowledge based as opposed to simply entering figures into a template and producing an automatically generated document. Our processes are entirely manual rather than automated, so you know that we’re working to meet your specific requirements. We also have detailed knowledge of the SDS requirements of different countries, allowing us to cater to the international market as well.
When it comes to managing chemicals safely, Chemical Safety International has the knowledge, the experience and the services you need to ensure optimal workplace chemical safety. To discover just what we can do for you, give us a call today on (03) 9875 6900 or contact us online.