Generic Facility Sign-Up

As Acme Company’s preferred (M)SDS management vendor, SafeTec is able to extend discounted group pricing to all individual Acme Company facilities. And, because of our master contract with Acme Company, there’s no need for your facility to maintain an individual contract with us. If you’re thinking about updating your (M)SDS management system, getting started is simple and easy!

To get started:

1. Sign-up: complete the sign-up form below. Your SafeTec Account Manager will follow-up and confirm your registration.

2. Send us your documents: send a copy of your existing (M)SDS collection, along with a one page facility profile page to:

By mail:

Attn: MSDS Updates
Safetec Compliance Systems
7700 NE Parkway Drive
Suite 125
Vancouver, WA 98662

Electronically:

For electronic (M)SDSs, send to msdsupdates@safetec.net

Note, paper (M)SDSs are 100% acceptable and you can even ship them in their existing binders!

3. Pricing and invoicing: Pricing is set as a simple, per document fee which includes SafeTec working with your suppliers to obtain the most current (M)SDSs annually. SafeTec will invoice Acme Company quarterly, and Acme Company HQ will bill you back, which means no POs are required.

4. Access your documents online: Once you’re online with the SafeTec system you won’t have to maintain binders any longer. Our system allows you to download your (M)SDSs and store them electronically as a back-up.

Although participation is voluntary, all Acme Company locations were strongly encouraged to take advantage of this opportunity.

 

More information:

To learn more about this program, please contact your SafeTec Acme Company Account Manager:

Direct: XXX.XXX.XXXX
Fax: XXX.XXX.XXXX
Phone: XXX.XXX.XXXX xXXXX
Email: name@safetec.net

 

As Acme Company’s preferred (M)SDS management vendor, SafeTec is able to extend discounted group pricing to all individual Acme Company facilities. And, because of our master contract with Acme Company, there’s no need for your facility to maintain an individual contract with us. If you’re thinking about updating your (M)SDS management system, getting started is simple and easy!

To get started:

1. Sign-up: complete the sign-up form below. Your SafeTec Account Manager will follow-up and confirm your registration.

2. Send us your documents: send a copy of your existing (M)SDS collection, along with a one page facility profile page to:

By mail:

Attn: MSDS Updates
Safetec Compliance Systems
7700 NE Parkway Drive
Suite 125
Vancouver, WA 98662

Electronically:

For electronic (M)SDSs, send to msdsupdates@safetec.net

Note, paper (M)SDSs are 100% acceptable and you can even ship them in their existing binders!

3. Pricing and invoicing: Pricing is set as a simple, per document fee which includes SafeTec working with your suppliers to obtain the most current (M)SDSs annually. SafeTec will invoice Acme Company quarterly, and Acme Company HQ will bill you back, which means no POs are required.

4. Access your documents online: Once you’re online with the SafeTec system you won’t have to maintain binders any longer. Our system allows you to download your (M)SDSs and store them electronically as a back-up.

Although participation is voluntary, all Acme Company locations were strongly encouraged to take advantage of this opportunity.

 

More information:

To learn more about this program, please contact your SafeTec Acme Company Account Manager:

Direct: XXX.XXX.XXXX
Fax: XXX.XXX.XXXX
Phone: XXX.XXX.XXXX xXXXX
Email: name@safetec.net

 

Facility Sign Up:

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