To remain compliant with OSHA is top of your mind and takes precedence in your business.
While you may have binders explaining how to care for, prevent accidents, and treat worst-case scenarios, you admit, you could use a better system.
1. It Saves Time
Time is the most valuable asset for your small business. Spending time looking through SDS management sheets to see what’s missing or what needs to be added is a major time-waster. You could be spending that same time on more valuable safety measures.
An SDS management system does that job for you, saving you days, if not weeks, of time over the course of one year.
2. Saves Money
Switching to an SDS management software saves time, and with that comes money savings as well. When your company can spend less time on work but get the same value, they can concentrate on bigger and more important company goals.
Having your employees focus on time-intensive tasks you could automate isn’t a sound model for an effective business. Using an SDS management system ensures your best employees use their time wisely on tasks while you automate the rest.
3. Reduces Risk
Remaining compliant with SDS can be a mounting worry for many businesses. However, using an SDS management system can eliminate that concern. Here are a few ways that an SDS management software system can help reduce the risk for your small business:
- Ensures you’re up-to-date with your safety data sheets for OSHA compliance
- It helps you avoid compliance issues and penalties
- SDS materials are available everywhere, providing better safety
The ability to remain compliant, avoid penalties, and provide better safety for your workers are amazing benefits.
4. It’s Efficient
When you automate systems within your business, you save time and money. Because SDS management software is updated automatically (in most cases), you’ll never have to worry about compliance or penalties. Also, because the information is kept in one database, you never have to worry about lost or missing materials.
Not to mention, workers can access SDS on the go, so there’s no need to make multiple binders to stash around the office, job sites, etc.
5. It’s Sustainable
Not only is SDS management software efficient, but it’s also sustainable. It’s better for the environment. You’ll be saving on paper and ink for those expensive binders year after year.
On top of that, your SDS management system can help you gain insight into the chemicals you’re using and which chemicals could be eliminated from your supply chain altogether.