CSC's Right-to-Know Department (RTK) has been providing quality services to our clients since 1984. Our RTK program provides a cost-effective solution to the time-consuming task of complying with OSHA's Hazard Communication Standard (HazCom) and EPA's SARA Title III Emergency Planning and Community Right-to-Know Act (EPCRA) requirements. The goal of these laws is to prevent chemical induced injuries and illnesses by making employees and citizens aware of the hazards, safe handling practices, and emergency response procedures of the chemicals in their workplaces and neighborhoods.
CSC's (M)SDS/OSHA Management (MOM) system provides a revolutionary new way for companies to handle the tedious and costly management of SDSs and OSHA HazCom reporting, tracking and maintanance. HazCom is the single most-cited OSHA regulation facing industry, hospitals and educational institutions today. With MOM you can be assured that your workers have real-time information on all regulated chemicals at your facilities. This contributes to a healthy and safe workplace.
Staying competitive in today's market requires that companies focus on their core competencies and reduce costs associated with non-core but necessary business functions. Complying with OSHA's HazCom requirements and EPA's SARA reporting mandates are time consuming and expensive. Compliance becomes even more daunting as the quantity of chemicals utilized and/or the number of facilities increases.
CSC's MOM system provides a web-based compliance, chemical tracking and reporting program that requires only an internet connection, browser and password to access all necesary information from the corporate level down to the work area. There is no software to purchase and learn, no data entry required, and the MOM system improves compliance and tracking. In addition, the system assists purchasing in reducing the costs associated with buying redundant chemicals at multiple facilities.
The benefits of the MOM system are many, including:
Additionally, CSC's MOM system supports your overall safety program by providing specific chemical information across work areas, products and regulations. For example, CSC's program easily identifies all products containing carcinogens, or all products containing chemicals on the OSHA List of Highly Hazardous Chemicals, 29 CFR 1910.119, Appendix A at your facility. Access to your chemical information in this way and a solid RTK program are both crucial to implementing a successful safety program.