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The Chemical Inventory & CoSHH add-on module works with the Risk module to manage all your chemical information in a single location, accessible to all your employees.

The CoSHH element of the module lets you create, share and manage CoSHH assessments throughout your organisation.

Our Chemical Inventory Software has both R Phrase and GHS Classifications built in, and lets users:

  • Manage supplier data, storage & usage information
  • Store or link (M)SDS sheets
  • Create and assign actions

The CoSHH Assessment Software lets users:

  • Monitor and manage the risks associated with hazardous chemicals
  • Create fully-configurable task or substance based CoSHH risk assessments
CoSHH and Chemical | Add-On Module
Key features

Key Features

  • Risk Assessments

    Task or substance based CoSHH risk assessments

  • Save Time

    Utilise assessment templates to minimise repetition and save time

  • Assessments

    Create and track action plans arising from your assessments

  • Module Integration

    Chemicals and CoSHH are integrated with other Effective modules to ensure your solution saves time and removes duplication

  • User Configurable

    CoSHH Assessment questions are completely user configurable

  • Share Information

    All chemical information is captured in one module; and can be shared across the organisation

  • Attachments

    Attach safety data sheets and risk assessments associated with the chemical

  • Manage Usage

    Record and track monthly chemical usage across multiple sites.

  • Classifications

    R Phrase Classifications and GHS Classifications built in

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