When you have to deal with all the minutiae of chemical inventory management —container tracking, regulatory reporting, reconciliation, inspections — it can be easy to get lost in the weeds.
Of course, you don’t do all this work for nothing. There’s a bigger picture here, and losing sight of that can lead to nitpicking, frustration, exhaustion, and dissatisfaction.
You do all this work to keep people safe. To protect people’s jobs. To help your organization produce lifechanging drugs and technologies, or to support the brightest minds in pursuing answers to the most challenging questions humankind has to answer. And yes, sometimes you do it to help people understand how to extract vanilla from cow dung.
Work with chemicals always has some type of inherent, unavoidable risk. The only way to ensure 0 risk is to work with 0 chemicals. Clearly, this isn’t an option. Instead the priority must be identifying and mitigating risks as much as possible.
If it can't help you achieve goals like these, then it's time for a change.
We believe managing chemical inventory, risk, health, and safety already involves more than enough challenges. You can’t have your chemical inventory software be one of those challenges as well.
ChemTracker is the best solution I've encountered for managing laboratory chemical inventory and chemical reporting. It's exciting to know this system is supporting laboratory operations across the world!
Sarina Schwartz-Hinds Manager, Chemical Solutions | SciShield
Rachel Jordan Manager, Implementation Services | SciShield
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