Environmental Health & Safety
To access Chematix, please copy and paste the following link into your web browser: https://www.rochester.chematix.com/Chematix
Chematix is a chemical management software package designed for the academic environment. Staff, students and Principal Investigators at the University of Rochester will be using Chematix to:
- Manage chemical inventories
- NEW FOR 2017 Complete annual chemical inventory reconciliation
- Manage chemical waste
- Manage laboratory inspections
- Obtain Safety Data Sheets (SDS) using the MSDSonline link located on the Chematix homepage
Chematix is also be used to assist the University community in managing laboratory risks and to provide real-time data in the event of an emergency.
NEW FOR 2017 - All labs with Chematix inventories at least one year old must use Chematix to reconcile their inventory with the barcoded containers in the lab. Click here for additional information - reconciling inventories
To Get Started...
- First, your lab must be set up in Chematix. Each lab room must be loaded into Chematix and assigned to a Principal Investigator. If your lab has not been set up in Chematix, then you must complete the Chematix Registration form. Click here for the Chematix Registration Information Form - this document must be completed and sent to EH&S for entry into Chematix - Registration form
- Second, the PI must assign a Chematix Supervisor and the users on a per room basis. Instructions are found at the following link: http://www.safety.rochester.edu/labsafety/chematix/pdf/AddRemoveUser.pdf
- You are now a new user! To find out more about how to do things in Chematix, such as generating a waste card, transferring a chemical from one lab room to another, searching for chemicals in your department, or adding a new chemical to your lab, use the links below:
Contact Environmental Health & Safety at firstname.lastname@example.org with your Chematix questions. Please be sure to include the word "Chematix" in the subject line.
QUESTIONS or COMMENTS?
Contact EH&S at (585) 275-3241 or e-mail EH&S Questions.
This page last updated 2/23/2017. Disclaimer.