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Simplify Your Chemical Management with Atlantic Training

Do you find that manually managing your safety data sheet (SDS) collection and chemical inventory is a hassle? Throw out the binders, we have the solution for you. 

Our web-based system makes it easy to access common safety data sheets and keep this critical information at your fingertips. 

What Are Safety Data Sheets (SDS)?

A Safety Data Sheet (SDS), also known as a Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS), is a document that contains critical information about the safety and health related to chemicals.

These documents generally include information such as chemical properties, health, and environmental hazards, protective measures, as well as safety precautions for storing, handling, and transporting chemicals.

Do I need SDS for my facility?

If you are an employer who works around hazardous chemicals, then you need Safety Data Sheets (SDSs).

Employers have a legal obligation to ensure that their employees are informed about the hazards of the chemicals they may be handling.

If you store, use, or transport chemicals, you may be required to maintain SDSs as part of regulatory compliance. 

Why should I use the Atlantic SDS Management System?

  • For starters, It's FREE with our training Content Library or Learning Platform, WAVE
  • Simplified Management: Easily organize and manage UNLIMITED SDSs with our powerful database allowing you to search on the fly. 
  • Printable Copies: Instant Access to SDS with print capabilities,
  • Mobile Friendly: mobile access to important hazard warnings.
  • User-Friendly MSDS Management System: Create, update, and manage your SDSs and chemicals online.
  • Extensive Library: Our database includes thousands of searchable safety data sheets from common chemical manufacturers. Additionally, you can upload your own SDSs into the system for the virtual management
  • OSHA & GHS Compliance: All Safety Data Sheets, safety labels, and chemical reclassifications follow Globally Harmonized System (GHS) requirements.