I worked at Texas Tech HSC when they implemented EHS Assist under a pilot program back in early 2000's. They hired a small team of temporary workers to go into the labs to inventory and bar code all of the chemicals on all of their campuses. It was a large task due to the size of the HSC. I know that they were still using it a couple of years ago and it seemed to be working for them. Victor Means is the Director who implemented the program and he's still there. You could probably call him up and get a good opinion of how it's worked for them. Here's a link to their contact information. He's listed under "Lubbock".
Pamela Burn / Senior Specialist / Environmental Health & Safety / Southern Research
pburn**At_Symbol_Here**southernresearch.org / O: 205-581-2741 / C: 205-876-3289
Does anyone on the list use "Environmental Health and Safety Assistant" by On Site Systems, particularly with respect to chemical inventories and SDSs?
I would appreciate feedback on the features and functionality of the platform as well as any "lessons learned" or obstacles encountered through the implementation process.
Thank you in advance,
Stephen Beaton MSc, CHO, CRSP
Chemical Safety Manager
Environmental Health and Safety Office
1391 Seymour St., PO Box 15000 Halifax, N.S. B3H 4R2 Canada
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