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Getting More than Regulatory Compliance out of a Chemical Inventory System. Russell Furr Stanford University www.stanford.edu/dept/EHS/. Overview. Background Chemical inventory at Stanford Keys to a useful inventory Demonstration of functionality Current status of program. The Campus.

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Getting More than Regulatory Compliance out of a Chemical Inventory System

Russell Furr

Stanford University

www.stanford.edu/dept/EHS/


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Overview Inventory System

  • Background

  • Chemical inventory at Stanford

  • Keys to a useful inventory

  • Demonstration of functionality

  • Current status of program


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The Campus Inventory System

  • 8,180 Acres in six different gov. jurisdictions

  • 670 major buildings

  • 13 million square feet

  • ~700 research faculty

  • ~2,000 laboratories

  • $1.38 billion in planned capital construction between 2001-2004


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Chemical Inventory Drivers Inventory System

  • Hazardous Material Storage Permits (SARA Title III)

  • Fire and Building Code occupancy permits/compliance

    • Construction & renovation permitting

    • Facility and space planning

  • Various compliance and safety programs, including emergency preparedness


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The Chemical Inventory Problem Inventory System

  • Multiple laws and regulations with varied and conflicting requirements

  • Collecting inventory data

  • Linking inventory to reference data

  • Linking inventory to spatial data

  • Reporting aggregate quantities & multiple hazards

  • Making sense of the data


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Web-based Inventory at Stanford Inventory System

EH&S monitors &

supports database and generates reports as needed

Lab prints report

and/or updates

database directly

Secure web server and Oracle database server


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System Basics Inventory System


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Keys to Useful Inventory Inventory System

  • Easy to access

  • Easy to use

  • Provides value to the end user

  • Flexible implementation

  • Integration within programs and IT systems




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System Demo: Surplus Chemical Ordering Inventory System

Surplus Chemical Program

  • Surplus Chemicals picked up from lab and stored by EH&S

  • Labs search inventory for surplus chemicals

  • Email or phone EH&S and chemicals delivered free of charge



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System Demo: UBC Reporting Inventory System



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Current Status Inventory System

  • Ongoing Module Development

    • Incorporation of catalogue data

    • Linking with Procurement ordering system

  • Chemical Inventory Management System User Group for Higher Education

    • Shared use of inventory system technology, information and services

    • Contact Larry Gibbs at [email protected] for additional information


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