On Saturday the 28th of January 2023, we will update iChemistry with minor feature and stability improvements, alongside the following more significant changes explained here below.
New field in handling instructions: Hazards identification
We have added a new field to the risk assessment's handling instructions! You will be able to quickly transfer all available information from section 2 (Hazards identification) of the safety data sheet, from the product(s) that you are creating a risk assessment for. You can edit the information manually, to make sure only the relevant information is visible on the safety sheet. All to create a safe working environment for the end user of the chemical product.
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All administrators in iChemistry when adding consumption and storage amount in the inventory module will have a new option to limit which units should be available to choose from. Perhaps you want your users to only be able to enter the storage amount in liters or kg, then you can restrict the system to only these units.
Have a look at Settings > Units after the 28th of January!
Traffic light Intersolia
Did you know that iChemistry can help you flag products with red, yellow and green icons, all to help the users to get a quick heads up on which products should be handled with extra care? For example, products that are classified as lethal, extremely corrosive, or carcinogenic will be marked with a red status. It is called the Traffic light function, and we have updated the predefined criteria with this release. To learn more about this function, read this article:
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You can also setup your own customized criteria for the Traffic light function. If you want to discuss these options, please contact your sales executive or firstname.lastname@example.org
Activity safety sheet (revision- and published date)
Now the revision number and publication date will be clearer on the activity safety sheet. It helps you to keep track of which versions you have printed and when they were last signed/published.
New list for Norway: Grenseverdier for forurensninger i arbeidsatmosfæren
We added a new list of occupational exposure limit (OEL) values adapted for Norway and it is now available for the Norwegian market. It will be shown in the Overview and also generate an extra warning in the risk assessment if you are creating risk assessments for products on the OEL list.