ChemieClass New Internet Portal

Orbit of logistics makes the easy handling of chemicals and sure a new generally accessible Internet portal for chemical substances facilitates orders, reduce hazards and provides information at your fingertips home free. Under the name of ChemieClass installed orbit logistics Europe GmbH, Leverkusen, currently a web-based project to the classification and assessment of chemical substances. Target is an international standard for all chemicals with a standardized data structure. The portal should benefit both industrial and commercial users, as also schools and universities. The core of the project of ChemieClass is the Chemikalienklassifizierungs – and review portal (CKP), which already includes on the platform over 80,000 chemicals. To complete this database, users should like in wikipedia similar to working with and further develop the content. Target is a data classification according to ISO 13584 with standardized reviews of chemicals, to facilitate a convenient interchange of data.

The orbit of logistics project Besides the database for chemical substances CKP consists of two other applications are interesting especially for schools and other educational institutions: the hazardous materials management for schools (GMS), which is a hazardous substance database for all over Germany. A cross-schools Exchange is possible via the Web portal and the procurement system for chemical order (PSC), which is used to obtain school chemicals and document. The programs used in schools are associated with considerable administrative effort. The hazardous material management for schools GMS of orbit of logistics, however, works with a convenient, Web-based database application, which will be automatically updated. Hazardous substance labels with the software can be also easily, print lists and reviews as well as perform calculations and make inventory. As a basis for the chemical order PSC orbit of logistics by large companies to obtain C articles already has a qualified catalog system, used.