General steps to update HazCom inventory
1)The New Hazcom Inventory
system uses NMSU name and nmsu password to access the associated
chemical permit and inventory. Please note that the Permit Holder can
give permission to other NMSU employees (lab, shop, custodial workers)
to update the chemical inventory in the system for them. Please see
2) The web login is via Chemical Inventory navigator tab
(left margin) on our safety web site at
* The EHSAWeb or HazCom Chemical Database link in the text on
Chemical inventory page goes to
* the logon page at
* again the System recognizes NMSU email name and associated
password for access.
3) On the entry page the user can access the Inventory, a Summary Report or to Register a worker
(permit holder only)
4) The INVENTORY drop down dialog box,
o the radio buttons are used to show items added to
inventory at certain date, by name, by location or by specific
o in the upper screen select ALL ITEMS to display the inventory list on the
bottom of screen.
o in the inventory list on the lower screen select HIGHLIGHT to bring an
item to top of list.
o on the inventory display, select SELECT to edit the
selected chemical in the chemical permit
o on the inventory display, select DELETE to remove an
item from the chemical permit.
o use the ADD button to add an item to
chemical permit. You can search and select new chemicals from the
catalog or add a new item.
NOTE: In order to add to a room
or building on your existing chemical
permit, please email me with building & room information.
5) The REPORT drop down dialog box will provide a pdf summary
o by PI, building and room (see attached)
o by storage location room building
6) The PERMIT WORKER REGISTRATION
o The permit holder can use the PERMIT WORKER REGISTRATION
selection to allow a lab researcher or other employee access to help
with the inventory.
o Complete the form with their name, email and training
(training to include Employee Hazcom Safety class (minimum) and Lab
Standard (for lab areas))
o Once you have added them, the information is routed to
me to import the new worker into the system and allow them access
with their username & password.
o Please send me a separate email to remind me to check
and add them to your chemical permit.
7) When the inventory is up to date,
print the summary and place it with the MSDSs for the area as part of
the Right to Know/Hazcom requirements.
8) More information on the NMSU HazCom
and safety training
respectively are at