Enhance the efficiency and effectiveness of your chemical safety program with ChemTracker. Powered by a proprietary, hand-curated chemical database, this authoritative source of chemical hazard and regulatory information is trusted by researchers and EHS professionals alike.
By simplifying the chemical inventory process, ChemTracker ensures reliable chemical data while also lowering risk. Provide SDS access without manual setup with the SDS Module. Plus, you can generate complex regulatory reports in seconds rather than weeks, making researchers and EHS teams more productive.
Increase reporting accuracy with a well-maintained chemical regulatory database that has been built, verified, and managed by chemical and regulatory experts over the last 25 years.
Spend less time on reporting by instantly knowing if a chemical on hand falls under applicable federal and local regulations (e.g. CFATS, fire code, EPA, Tier II).
Eliminate your tedious and time-consuming manual reporting tasks by using ChemTracker’s powerful regulatory report engine.
Avoid excess ordering for laboratories and EHS teams and reduce costs for subsequent hazardous waste disposal.
Reduce your workload with a proprietary database of hand-curated chemicals and mixtures — all with known regulatory implications, fire code information, and hazard details.
Lower risk by gaining complete visibility into the location of hazardous chemicals across your organization and ensure chemicals are properly segregated using the storage group recommendations for every chemical in the database.
Are you used to reports taking hours or days to complete? With the ChemTracker chemical database, it takes just seconds.
Looking for Chemicals That Fall Under Specific Regulations?
No problem. ChemTracker can help with these and many other regulations:
OSHA regulated carcinogens list | RCRA | International Building Code (IBC) class assignments | NFPA ratings | DOT hazard class| Storage group | EPA SARA 312 | EPA 40 CFR 63 | ITAR | OSHA Particularly Hazardous Substances (PHS)
With just a few clicks, you can get a report with the total amounts of chemicals under each IBC hazard category per control area, in the units needed for the applicable maximum allowable quantity (MAQ). Your researchers can enter data in metric units, and ChemTracker will convert the numbers to imperial units. And with the ChemTracker chemical database, hazard class assignments and density data are built in. That means no more of the tedious and unreliable manual data entry that other inventory systems require.
Search and view a comprehensive SDS database library of almost one million unique Safety Data Sheets.
The SDS Search module provides a convenient and easy to use interface for anyone at your organization to find and view Safety Data Sheets. Allow your researchers to search through a comprehensive library of Safety Data Sheets. This library includes data from almost one million SDS documents. Searches can be done by CAS number or Chemical Name. This module will connect to the ChemTracker Module for quick SDS searches This search tool is available to anyone at your organization who can log into BioRAFT, with no need to create special accounts or permissions.
Real-time reporting with total amounts of every chemical by laboratory, space, building, department, or site
Chemicals, mixtures, products, and kits searchable by chemical name, CAS number, or product code
Converts units using density data to go from metric to imperial or between mass and volume in just a click
A centralized system with a simple user interface
Supports barcodes and RFID tags
Easy to export inventory list into a digital file
Simple management of user permissions to ensure security of chemical inventory
Manage difficult-to-track chemicals such as compressed gases, kits, and mixtures
Easy to use on desktop, tablet, and mobile devices.
No one ever looks forward to reporting season. But with ChemTracker, you'll have a powerful system designed to handle the complex requirements involved in creating reports. Many of your peers couldn't imagine going through another reporting season without ChemTracker. We think it could benefit you as well. Ready to learn more?