Tesla to Implement Chemical Safety’s EH&S Software

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Tesla, the World’s Most Innovative Car Company, to Implement Chemical Safety’s SaaS Chemical Tracking Software.

San Francisco, CA – Bay Area based SFS Chemical Safety, Inc. announced today that Tesla Motors has selected its flagship mobile and cloud-based EH&S software, Environmental Management Systems (EMS Software), to manage its chemical inventory tracking and waste disposal activities.

“Tesla makes the world’s most environmentally friendly car,” said Tony Diamantidis, EVP of Chemical Safety. “Chemical Safety’s EMS product represents the leading edge in mobile and software-as-a-service (Saas) environmental health and safety technology. It’s a great fit for environmentally progressive companies and Tesla is leading the pack in this area.”

SFS Chemical Safety introduced its next generation cloud-based EH&S software in 2014 as a comprehensive solution to address chemical inventory tracking, hazardous waste management, environmental regulatory compliance and reporting. EMS Software is complemented by a series of mobile solutions for iPads, iPhones, and Android tablets that incorporate barcode technology to efficiently track hazardous materials.

Mr. Diamantidis goes on to say “some of the world’s largest segment leading organizations in manufacturing, research and education rely on Chemical Safety’s EMS software product to efficiently and cost-effectively manage chemical safety and compliance. These organizations include SRI International, the US Department of Energy, the US Navy, NASA, the US EPA, Stanford University, L’Oréal, Gilead Sciences and now Tesla, whose CEO, Elon Musk, is arguably one of the world’s greatest visionaries. It’s a privilege to work side-by-side with Tesla, one of the world’s most innovative companies.”

About SFS Chemical Safety, Inc.

SFS Chemical Safety, Inc. (Chemical Safety Software) is a San Francisco Bay Area based technology company founded in 1988 with offices in the US, Europe and Asia. It’s first release of Environmental Management Systems (EMS) was developed in partnership with the University of California, Berkeley, and the Department of Energy’s Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (LBNL).

For more information, please visit www.chemicalsafety.com or click below to see a video of Chemical Safety’s technology solutions.

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