FAIRFIELD, CA--(Marketwire - Sep 6, 2012) - ChemSW, Inc. and Lab Manager Magazine will host a webcast on How to Find and Fix the Top 8 Chemical Management Errors on Tuesday, October 9, 2012 from 9:30am-10:30am PT / 12:30pm-1:30pm ET.
Effective inventory management involves getting the right inventory to the right place at the right time. For the lab, that means having the right compound at the right workbench in the right amount when the material needs to be used for research.
"When a lab's chemical inventory management is out of control," explains Jon Webb, Technical Specialist/Inventory Consultant for ChemSW and webinar presenter, "the inventory data is inaccurate and chemicals won't be on hand or in the correct location -- causing confusion on the lab bench and often non-compliance with numerous regulations."
Companies that utilize chemicals in their labs and their manufacturing processes must manage those chemicals in a safe environment. To do this, a system for managing information about the chemical inventory and safety data should be established and maintained.
Attendees will learn how to:
- Optimize chemical safety and inventory data
- Automate audit trails and regulatory reports
- Manage and mitigate the amount of chemicals on-site
- Reduce inventory management costs
Hosted and moderated by Lab Manager Magazine, the live webinar will feature an in-depth presentation by Jon Webb in which he will discuss how to find and fix the eight most common chemical management errors to ensure consistent, accurate, real-time chemical data that streamlines lab workflows while lowering costs.
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Founded over two decades ago, ChemSW is a leading provider of chemical and biochemical inventory management systems, MSDS systems, safety inspection software, and other chemistry laboratory software and services. ChemSW's wide range of products enables organizations to efficiently manage assets and processes. ChemSW supports over 15,000 customers in more than 40 countries throughout the world. For more information, visit www.ChemSW.com or call +1 707-864-0845.