Tools for Chemical Management Success
Make CHAMP part of your operations to improve chemical safety competency
With Chemscape’s Chemical Hazard Assessment and Management Program (CHAMP) you receive the tools for successful chemical management.
Elevate the level of occupational health standards for your company. Keep workers healthy, safe, and productive.
Your CHAMP Toolkit:
Search for ingredients in your inventory that match regulatory and health lists that matter to your operations and local jurisdictions with this chemical risk assessment tool.
Workplace or Secondary Chemical Labels
Get GHS compliant labels fast and linked to your chemical approvals. Our labels exceed minimum standards and include hazard controls.
SmartChart Hazard Communication Poster
Use Hazard Communication Charts with icons for a visual reminder of chemical hazards and controls by product or task as part of your chemical management system.
Chemical Management Tool-box Videos
Access a library of over 40 training videos on workplace chemical hazards and best practices to protect your workers’ health.
CHAMP provides an effective orientation to the chemical management system including six e-learning modules for end-users and chemical requestors up to chemical approvers.
Guidance documents authored by Industrial/Occupational Hygienists on workplace best practices with checklists for chemical hazard assessments.
Exposure Control Plans
Create Exposure Control Plans for designated substances like Benzene or Silica to meet regulatory and workforce demands with CHAMP’s chemical hazard tools.
Industrial Hygiene Service
CHAMP clients are supported with set-up and implementation by Certified Industrial Hygienists. Additional consulting services are also available if desired.
Keep workers healthy, safe, and productive
“We are starting to truly understand the chemicals we have on-site and how our people are using them. With the calculations done on the back end of the CHAMP tool, the health hazards are clear, and solutions are identified on how to help keep our employees safe when using chemicals.”
Dustin Thatcher, Heartland Petrochemical Complex