Hazardous chemicals register

With the Quentic Hazardous Chemicals software module

Create your hazardous chemicals register the smart way with Quentic. Meet your documentation requirements while saving time and money. You can find information on individual substances quickly and easily, and streamline your workflow with standardized testing and approval.

With Quentic, managing hazardous chemicals has never been easier.

Find the information you need

  • Populate your index with standardized data on all hazardous chemicals
  • Get the most important information on a chemical at first glance
  • Look up chemical substances, CAS and EC numbers, and REACH descriptions
  • Customize your index with powerful filter and export features
  • Assess hazardous chemicals and document the results
  • Authorize approved chemicals for use
  • Prohibit chemicals above a certain concentration level, or in a particular area of your company

Ban and authorize

Monitor your usage

  • Create maps of where hazardous chemicals are being used and stored
  • Track stock levels and consumption
  • Keep your storage legally compliant with automatic checks
  • Create unique indexes for different areas of your company
  • Compile pictograms, H-phrases, EUH-phrases, and P-phrases
  • Create hazardous chemical labels at the click of the mouse
  • Print your labels in various formats and sizes

Identify your chemicals

Start strong with Quentic

Predefined chemical substance lists are available on request. You can customize your lists according to chemical prohibitions, CLP, or REACH. You can also import your existing chemicals.

Dealing with suppliers?

You can even use Quentic to manage your suppliers' safety data sheets.

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“We have found a viable solution for our hazardous chemicals management, which perfectly supports both the old as well as the new Hazardous Substances Ordinance. Our non-hazardous chemicals are now centrally recorded in Quentic and the data can be accessed by all authorized people at any time.”