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Dotmatics and 3E Company announce strategic alliance

Informatics software provider Dotmatics has announced a strategic partnership with 3E Company, a provider of environmental health and safety (EHS), compliance, and information management services.

The partnership will enable Dotmatics, and 3E customer’s to access a range of integrated applications designed to optimise scientific information management, chemical and formula risk analysis, environmental compliance, and workplace safety.

‘3E and Dotmatics are jointly committed to improving employee and workplace safety,’ said Stephen Gallagher, CEO, Dotmatics. ‘Our alliance with 3E helps make that vision a reality by offering our joint customers easy access to the data and integrated applications they need to conform to regulations at the federal and international levels.’

Dotmatics will integrate 3E Online-SDS, Safety Data Sheet (SDS) management software and Ariel, substance-level chemical regulatory content with several of its applications. Dotmatics and 3E have designed this collaboration to streamline access to accurate and up-to-date chemical property data, hazard information.

The partnership also aims to improve compliance as users will be able to easily access accurate and up-to-date EH&S regulatory content to track their obligations under regulations such as the Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labelling of Chemicals (GHS) and Registration, Evaluation, Authorisation, and Restriction of Chemicals (REACH). Finally, these applications will help to reduce risk by having an accurate, accessible system in place to more efficiently monitor laboratory chemicals and associated regulations, hazards, and safety information

‘Our collaboration with Dotmatics underscores our commitment to serving the life sciences community, which faces unique challenges in accessing accurate chemical hazard and safety information while conforming with a myriad of EH&S regulations,’ said Edmund Webecke, president, 3E Company.

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