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4 Warning Signs That a Chemical Inventory System May Not Be Able to Meet Your Needs

Posted by Matt Segal on Feb 27, 2019 10:13:00 AM

When you’re reviewing different chemical inventory systems, you need to be able to spot the bad ones quickly.

Not knowing which red flags signal potential problems can lead to a lot of wasted time, money, and energy. Much like buying a car, if you're not careful, you could end up with a lemon.

To help you weed out the wrong system, here are four must-check warning signs to look for when you're purchasing chemical inventory software.

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Topics: Chemical Safety, Why Software Matters

The Advantages of a Good Chemical Inventory System

Posted by Matt Segal on Feb 20, 2019 11:18:04 AM

Maintaining an accurate chemical inventory is a never-ending job, and one with little margin for error.

That’s why a chemical inventory system is a must for any organization looking to take control of their chemical inventory.

A good chemical inventory system offers a number of advantages that will help you simplify chemical ordering, storage, use, and reporting while reducing the potential for human error. While there may be different ways of reaching these effects, if your system isn’t hitting these notes, it should be a sign that something isn’t working right.

Here are three major advantages of a good chemical inventory system:

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Topics: Chemical Safety, Why Software Matters

How to Unlock Resources for Your EHS Software Purchase

Posted by Kris Richards on Nov 8, 2018 3:47:18 PM

A few months ago, we met with the EHS director at a university research program (let's call him Greg).

As we talked with Greg about how hard it was to keep up with the pace of research and how much time EHS staff and researchers were spending on administrative tasks, it became clear that his university had outgrown its current software system.

Then Greg brought up a problem that almost all universities and research institutes experience, and one that's also easily solvable:

"We just don't have the funding we need for new software," he said. "How can we get senior management to give us more resources?"

Our advice: The resources are already there, you just need to know how to unlock them.

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Topics: Unlock More EHS Resources, Why Software Matters

Why EHS Software Implementations Fail (And How to Avoid It)

Posted by Kris Richards on Jun 11, 2018 11:16:00 AM

It's a common scenario: a software project overruns the budget, drags on forever, or gets canceled before it ever gets completed.

Over half of major software projects fail to deliver on their promises, according to a report by the Standish Group.

In nearly every case, the reasons for failure are avoidable. How do we know? 98% of BioRAFT implementations are successful.

Below, we'll show you the main reasons EHS software implementations fail, and how to set yourself up for success:

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Topics: Why Software Matters

10 Reasons to Digitize & Centralize Laboratory EHS Data

Posted by Kris Richards on May 24, 2018 10:54:00 AM

Running a safe and efficient research program requires getting really good at how you use your resources and how you spend your time.

One of the best ways to do that, as many organizations, universities, and research institutes have found, is by using software to digitize and centralize their EHS data.

They're able to complete tasks faster, identify gaps in their safety programs, and enable researchers to focus on their research — because they have a single source of truth for their researchers and EHS management.

Not convinced yet? Let's look at 10 reasons to digitize and centralize your laboratory EHS data, according to industry research and our customers.

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Topics: Digitize EHS, Why Software Matters

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