By Tony Diamantidis, Sr. Director, Chemical Safety Software
Chemical Safety Software works around the clock to make our EMS chemical management software as user-friendly as possible-often resulting in great improvements in how hazardous data is managed and maintained. But how do you get started?
I have worked with many companies in virtually every industry sector about implementation, and I have been relentless with our team to constantly design tools that help customers get great results immediately.
Below is a tree that summarizes some of the key aspects you should consider when starting an EMS implementation.
The most important takeaway from this is the importance of defining what your needs are and implementing EMS to meet those needs with the participation of every stakeholder in the organization.
I invite you to read the blog I recently wrote on best practices at http://chemicalsafety.com/best-practices-for-chemical-management-2016-breakthroughs/.
I welcome your comments.