Using barcode technology, you can track every container as it arrives onsite, through to disposal. Place barcodes onto containers and use ‘action’ barcodes to record movements of chemical containers throughout your organisation in your Chemwatch system.
Catalogue your chemicals, and place ‘orders’ for chemicals from your organisation’s central stores. You can also perform stocktake and reconciliation of your chemical storage areas.
SiSoT comes with the functionality to create barcodes for affixing to chemical containers, as well as the ability to generate documentation such as waste contractor forms. It also works in conjunction with other Chemwatch modules to give you a comprehensive chemical management system.
Create barcodes in your Chemwatch system or use pre-printed barcodes from third party suppliers
Unique barcodes for every chemical container
SiSoT barcode generation rules can be customised - use random generation, or specify parameters
Use action barcodes - perform SiSoT functions just with a barcode scanner
Available for a number of barcode formats, including EAN, QR, and more!
Shop 'Til You Drop
Place ‘orders’ for chemicals from your central chemical stores
Accept full or partial orders depending on stock levels
Receipts in and out
Order history and status available
Item easily dropped into appropriate storage folder in your Chemwatch system after being physically received
Stocktake and Reconciliation
Audit your chemical stores - perform stocktake and reconciliation on your chemicals
Ability to stop users from editing folders in your Chemwatch system for the set period whilst a stocktake is in place
Mark found and lost chemicals and take note of unapproved or undocumented chemical container movements
Chemicals In, Chemicals Out
Comprehensive tracking, view container receipts in and out
Create waste documentation
System updated to reflect current location of the container each time it is moved
Ability to tag chemicals if required
Visual representation of types of chemical storage and use locations - easily identify:
Administrative locations (eg faculties)
Storage locations (central stores, buildings)
Temporary storage locations (loading bays), and
Use areas (laboratories, factory floor, R & D areas)
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