Royal Haskoning Selects The Wercs as its Global MSDS Authoring Solution
News Jan 12, 2012
With this extensive partnership between Royal Haskoning and The Wercs, clients are ensured of the highest level of services for consultancy and engineering using the best software for the authoring, management and distribution of globally compliant material safety data sheets (MSDS) and hazard communication documents.
Royal Haskoning will utilize The Wercs software tools to support their outsourced SDS Generation services. After nearly a two year search and evaluation of prospective software partners, The WERCS was selected to replace their current software solution. With GHS (Global Harmonized System), CLP (Classification, Labelling and Packaging of chemicals) and REACH deadlines driving the need for updated MSDSs throughout the chemical industry, producers, importers or distributors of hazardous substances can rely on the outsourced services provided by Royal Haskoning to meet classification, labelling, workplace safety cards and SDS requirements.
“We have selected The Wercs based on the company’s global reputation and robust software functionality” states Leo van den Biessen, Senior Consultant for Industry & Energy related business at Royal Haskoning. “After an in-depth audit of The Wercs software functionality, and expandability, as well as customer references, we determined their company provided the most robust global software available. We are confident in utilizing and recommending The Wercs solution to meet the highest customer’s requirements.”
Lou Desorbo, president of The Wercs Ltd. notes, “Partnering with Royal Haskoning continues the depth of capabilities we offer throughout Europe and enhances The Wercs continued expansion and support throughout the globe.”
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