WestRock Facilities Sign-Up

SafeTec has been selected as WestRock’s preferred (M)SDS Management system provider since 2012. As a preferred vendor, SafeTec is able to extend discounted group pricing to all individual WestRock facilities. And, because of our master contract with WestRock’s Home Office, 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 to schedule a kick-off meeting.

2. Give us 15 minutes: To introduce our process and capture key information, we’ll schedule a 15 minute kick-off meeting to ensure a seamless transition.

3. We’ll index, convert & upload your (M)SDSs: Once we’ve collected your (M)SDSs, we’ll start indexing data and uploading digital files to your new electronic library.

4. Train your team: We’ll provide you with a custom WestRock’s training video.

5. 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.

6. 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 WestRock’s Home Office quarterly, and Home Office will bill you back No POs are required.

Although participation is voluntary, all WestRock’s locations were strongly encouraged to take advantage of this opportunity.


More information:

To learn more about this program, please contact your WestRock Account Manager Paul Stenbak:

Direct: 541-743-2452
Fax: 267-295-2570
Email: traceyr@safetec.net


WestRock Facility Sign Up

WestRock Facility Sign Up

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