The Chemical industry is one of the most regulated in the world, and for good reason. Chemicals can be dangerous and can have serious consequences if not handled properly. For this reason, new laws and regulations have been introduced to ensure safety in the handling of chemicals. The new precursor law, which came into force recently, requires companies in the Chemical industry to implement a system for chemical control and traceability.
Navision: A Key Solution for Compliance with New Regulations in the Chemical Industry
The good news is that Navision’s adaptation can help chemical companies comply with this new law effectively and efficiently. Navision is a business management system that can automate much of the control and tracking of chemicals, making it much easier for companies to comply with new regulations.
The use of Navision for the control and traceability of chemicals allows companies to:
- Automate the tracking of chemicals from the time they are received to the time they are used or sold.
- Keep a detailed record of all chemicals, including their composition, origin and destination.
- Track the amount of chemicals used, and reduce the risk of deviations.
- Track chemical returns and rejections and reduce the risk of their use in unauthorized operations.
- Comply with notification and reporting requirements in a timely manner.
- Navision’s adaptation also enables companies in the Chemical industry to automate chemical waste management. This can help them minimize their environmental impact and comply with environmental regulations.
In conclusion, the new precursor law has made it even more important for companies in the Chemical industry to implement an effective chemical control and traceability system. Navision’s adaptation can help companies comply with these new regulations effectively and efficiently. By automating the control and monitoring of chemicals, companies can reduce risks and improve safety when handling chemicals.