For nonprofits, faith-based institutions, and purpose-driven organizations, it’s all about serving the core mission. MSDSonline gets this. However, part of honoring the communities nonprofits serve means keeping people safe from potential onsite chemical hazards. Furthermore, it’s important to note that nonprofits are just as vulnerable to OSHA citations for noncompliance as any other kind of business. Because of this, it’s key to their mission for nonprofits to take HazCom compliance very seriously.
Nonprofits and mission-based institutions can take many forms, and this can sometimes make hazard communication especially challenging in these settings. From healthcare providers, to community centers, to educational and religious institutions, these organizations all have a duty to protect their employees from chemical hazards and provide them with government-mandated right-to-know information.
At MSDSonline, our suite of safety and compliance solutions are trusted by thousands of organizations — including some of the world’s largest nonprofits — to ensure that employees stay safe and that workplaces remain compliant. Our solutions help institutions with their biggest safety and compliance challenges — like managing their safety data sheet library, tracking chemicals across facilities and storage locations, and complying with local, state, federal and international standards. . We know what it takes to give nonprofits the tools they need to enhance workplace safety, without sacrificing performance for value. Users can:
- Search the MSDSonline database
- Assign and manage products to multi-level locations
- Generate and print barcodes and labels
- Flag and manage banned chemicals
- Cross reference chemical against local, state, federal, and international lists
- Access nearly 100 courses covering a full range of EH&S topics
- And much more!
Mercy Ships is a great example of a faith-based, global nonprofit finding compliance success with MSDSonline.
Since 1978, Mercy Ships has brought cutting-edge medical care to people in the developing world through the operation of its fleet of hospital ships. It has over 1,600 employees and volunteers from over 40 countries, and operates in locations all over the world. Keeping these ships safe and adequate supplied with medical, sanitation, and other equipment is a complex job. Mercy Ships uses the HQ Account from MSDSonline to keep everything running smoothly. Originally managing their SDSs with paper binders, Mercy Ships made the switch to MSDSonline in 2007 and never looked back!
Learn more about Mercy Ships and their positive experience with MSDSonline by visiting their online case study. You can also view other case studies — including ones for industries like chemical manufacturing, general manufacturing, and healthcare — by visiting our Case Studies page.