Originally presented on June 29, 2021
Is your chemical inventory up to date? Are you using the correct software to manage it? Does your organization need to implement a new program, and how can you be sure it will run smoothly when you roll it out?
If you store and use hazardous chemicals on your site, you need to keep an inventory for those materials. Every business and industry has specific driving factors and requirements for such inventory, and it's important to understand how to best fulfill these requirements for your organization. From needs assessment and software selection, to program rollout and maintenance, questions are guaranteed to arise. Triumvirate is here to answer those questions for you.
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Roan Biron is Triumvirate’s Systems Project Manager for EHS Technologies. As the industry turns to software more and more to fulfill compliance needs, they have been providing guidance to laboratories in many deployments of technology solutions. Roan hails from Virginia Tech where they hold a BS in Business Information Technology. With a background in business IT, they understand the perspective of software developers trying to build and support software products. And with years of in-the-field experience in EHS operations and compliance, they also get the ins and outs of how laboratories operate. They have years of experience taking the lead to plan, develop, launch, and manage chemical inventory and SDS programs for TEI partners, as well as other EHS programs that utilize software-specific solutions, like waste tracking and training management
Ian Lanza is the National Director of Onsite Support Services at Triumvirate Environmental where he is responsible for leading the company's onsite programs. Ian has designed and rolled out service programs all over the country including hazardous waste generator programs, regulated medical waste programs, waste minimization programs, chemical inventory programs, and EHS training systems. Ian and his teams’ partner with the world's premiere biotech and pharmaceutical, healthcare, and higher education institutions to build value through sustainability, safety, and environmental programs.