Enviance, a leader in environmental, health, and safety software, today announces new user interface enhancements to SDS Vault, a SaaS-based solution for safety data sheet management that helps companies comply with a wide range of hazard communication standards and chemical inventory tracking requirements. Organizations must continue to improve their SDS management programs to meet the Globally Harmonized System (GHS) of Classification and Labeling for Chemicals Standards.
Organizations are subject to inspections and audits that put a high priority on verifying employees know how to quickly access information about the chemical hazards in their work environment. Employees have the right to make sure they are protected while using hazardous chemicals. These new user interface enhancements will help organizations better monitor and manage their chemical information.
Based on customer feedback, Enviance designed the new enhanced interface to improve usability, accelerate adoption, and increase productivity. In the enhanced interface, users will find a new top menu bar to streamline workflow and navigation as well as a more intuitive search function for a better user experience. This latest release also introduces a new set of training tools to promote user engagement with targeted micro-training opportunities available on-demand and key feature walk-throughs on the new enhancements.
“We are committed to continued investment in technology and software improvements that make it easier for Enviance customers to keep employees safe and meet compliance requirements,” said Amanda Smith, chief solutions officer at Enviance. “We are proud of our new interface, which enables users to more quickly find SDS and worker safety cards, create labels, track chemical inventory, and screen materials to prevent employees from being exposed to hazards.”
The user interface enhancements to SDS Vault are another example of how Enviance continues to help its customers better manage their chemical compliance initiatives and connected EHS programs. Enviance software has been operating in the cloud for the last 20 years, and the company is fully committed to customer success and the global growth of its EHS platform.
“A cloud-delivered, integrated platform is best positioned to meet the needs of customers trying to drive cost and risk out of their operations with a technology that future proofs their investment,” said Amy Stelling, CEO of Enviance. “While other software providers rely on third-party providers to deliver SDS content, we are one of a small number of SaaS EHS platform providers that includes SDS management in its platform strategy. Enviance was born in the cloud, and our latest release is further evidence that customers can rely on our 20 years of SaaS experience of improving EHS workflows and lowering operational costs.”
Enviance has been recognized as a leader in EHS software in the 2019 Verdantix Green Quadrant. You can also learn more about Enviance’s chemical management capabilities in “The 2018 Verdantix Smart Innovators: Chemical Compliance Software Report.” The report recognized Enviance for its market-leading and strong capabilities in chemical content database management, chemical inventory analysis and reporting, chemical labeling, compliance management, regulatory compliance library, and SDS management. Access the report here.
Based in Carlsbad, California, Enviance is a leader in environmental, health, and safety (EHS) software leveraging a SaaS approach to deliver its EHS platform anywhere, anytime, and enterprise-wide. Enviance software is in use with over 500 organizations across 30 industries with over 200,000 active profiles. Enviance also has over a million customers using its behavior-based office ergonomics software, RSI Guard, to improve employee health and wellness both stand-alone and connected to Enviance’s EHS platform. Enviance’s EHS platform simplifies integrating EHS into operations to better measure, manage, and report mission-critical EHS results.