Smart Innovators: Chemical Compliance Software

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Executive Summary

Despite the multi-decade history of legislation for chemical safety, chemical compliance remains a messy and complex issue to manage, with new regulations emerging around the world creating a ‘moving target’. Over the past five years, firms have had to monitor and manage their chemical information systems with increasing scrutiny to meet compliance requirements and manage hazardous chemical risks. This report helps decision-makers in regulatory affairs and EHS who are responsible for chemical compliance to better understand the challenges with which their peers are grappling and explore software solutions that may be best suited to help them overcome those issues.

Table of contents

Smart Innovators: Chemical Compliance Software
Firms Face Unrelenting Pressure To Identify And Control Chemical Management Risks

Assessing The Chemical Compliance Software Market
Chemical Compliance Software Providers Offer Thirteen Capabilities That Extend Into Services
Software, Content and Service Providers Battle For Mindshare In The Chemical Compliance Market

Integrated Platform Solutions Are Best Positioned To Capitalize On Growth

Table of figures

Figure 1. Defining Chemical Compliance
Figure 2. Chemical Compliance Software Capabilities
Figure 3-1. Chemical Compliance Software Capabilities Assessment
Figure 3-2. Chemical Compliance Software Capabilities Assessment 
Figure 4. Vendors Tackle Chemical Compliance From Varied Backgrounds
Figure 5. Integrating Chemical Compliance Into The Broader Information Management Landscape 

Organisations mentioned

Actio, Airsweb, Anthesis, Arcadis, Arizona Public Service, Arkema, Assent Compliance, Aston Martin, Bloomberg BNA, BOMcheck, Bosch, CGI, ChemADVISOR, Chemtel, Chemwatch, Chevron, China Ministry of Ecological Environment, CloudSDS, Cority, Cornell University, CVC, Dakota Software, Enablon, Enhesa, Enviance, ERM, EUPHOR, European Union (EU), Ford, GE, Gensuite, GreenSoft Technology, HSI, Indiana State University, Intelex, iPoint Systems, Jacobs-CH2M, Jaguar-Land Rover, Knoell, Mount Sinai, National Fire Protection Association (NFPA), OSHA, PepsiCo, Philips, ProcessMAP, Ramboll, Red-On-Line, Safetec, SafetyStratus, SAP, Siemens, SiteHawk, Sony, Source Intelligence, Sphera, thinkstep, Trinity Consultants, Total Parts Plus, UL, UL EHS Sustainability, UL Product Supply Chain Intelligence (PSI), US Department of Transportation (DOT), US EPA, VelocityEHS, Verisk 3E, The Wercs, West Fertilizer Company

About the author

Yaowen Ma

Senior Analyst

Yaowen is a Senior Analyst covering Verdantix research on EHS information management technologies, best practices and growth strategies. His current agenda focuses on EHS and sustainability services, quality management, supply chain stewardship as well as chemicals and product compliance. Yaowen has 4-5 years of experience delivering Verdantix research and advisory engagements. He holds a BA degree in environmental management from the University of Pennsylvania.

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