Vector SDS & Chemical Management makes it easy to manage your safety data sheet (SDS) collections and chemical inventory electronically. With thousands of common safety data sheets, our affordable, web-based system puts this important data at your fingertips, district-wide. Quickly find the SDS you need to maintain GHS and OSHA compliance and improve workplace safety.
Easy SDS access gives employees the knowledge to stay safe and avoid incidents
Scan QR codes for instant, mobile access to important hazard warnings
Easily organize and manage your SDS with a flexible organization hierarchy
Vector SDS & Chemical Management is designed to offer organizations the most effective way to store, organize, and access critical safety information.
Our web-based system can be quickly accessed from any internet-connected device, without requiring login information.
Using the advanced search feature, you can locate a specific SDS. Chemical safety information is never more than a few clicks away.
Print out online collections as neatly organized physical binders, secondary container labels, and location flyers with QR codes that include important hazard warnings.
Our subscription-based system includes thousands of searchable safety data sheets from chemical manufacturers.
Upload your own SDSs and additional documentation into the system for virtual management of your entire SDS portfolio.
Avoid costly fines and violations of the Occupational Safety and Health Administration's (OSHA) Hazard Communication (HAZCOM) standard with our affordable chemical management system.
All Safety Data Sheets, safety labels, and chemical reclassifications follow Globally Harmonized System (GHS) requirements.
Integrate your Vector SDS & Chemical Management system with Vector EHS Management software to track, manage, and analyze all your EHS activities within one system.
We are introducing specialized solutions to help you achieve the
operational readiness that’s critical to success.
"Having remote access to our SDSs through our [Vector] SDS System helped us save the life of a student who had ingested a hazardous chemical!"