Identify problematic chemicals in your supply chain for safer products

Are you getting the full picture of the chemicals you use? There could be hidden chemical hazards that you’re not even aware of entering your products and processes. Get a firsthand look at how to identify and address these hazards with our trusted solution and its new features!

This webinar took place on Tuesday, 23 April 2024 at 10:00 EDT / 16:00 CET and is now available as an on-demand recording.

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Be confident in your sourcing decisions & sustainability claims

Increase supply chain transparency to avoid hidden compliance risks

Reduce the hassle of sourcing supplier data

What’s in it for you?

Whether you need better transparency into your chemicals for compliance, to make safer sourcing and formulation decisions, or to help build a more sustainable brand and protect your workers and your customers, we have the tools to help.

Learn how our Supply Chain Connect offering supports you by:

  • Simplifying your requests to suppliers for their chemical information
  • Providing easy-to-use tools for your suppliers to respond, while protecting their information
  • Maintaining an open line of communication about changes to formulations and assessment results
  • Understanding the toxicological impact of the chemicals in your products and processes

Plus – Ask our speakers your questions during the live Q&A

Webinar speakers

Betsy Murry

Betsy Murry

Director Product and Programs
Enhesa Sustainable Chemistry

Betsy is the Director of Products and Programs for Enhesa Sustainable Chemistry. Over the past 7+ years, Betsy has worked with our clients across the supply chain to support implementation of our sustainable chemistry solutions, advise on supply chain engagement, and best practices. This information and feedback from our customers has been invaluable in the development and improvement of our Sustainable Chemistry solutions. Coming from a background in the education space and in various start ups, Betsy is great at navigating and simplifying challenging problems and finding workable and scalable solutions both internally and externally.

Mike Bjork

Mike Bjork

Sales Director
Enhesa Sustainable Chemistry

Since joining Enhesa in 2023, Mike has curated strong relationships with multinational companies spanning dozens of verticals, all with unique perspectives on sustainable chemistry. He is a trusted advisor who collaborates closely with internal and external stakeholders to create synergy across numerous departments. Because of his diverse years of experience in supply chain, logistics, and eCommerce, Mike has developed the innate ability support companies in solving some of their most complex challenges.

Nina Janjetovic

ESS Manager
Enhesa Sustainable Chemistry

Ever since joining Enhesa in 2018, Nina has worked with clients from various sectors helping them achieve their environmental and sustainability goals. Having a legal background, Nina is able to provide that mix of business and law and offer tailor-made solutions for companies on the path to sustainable chemistry. In this regard, Nina works closely with our clients across the supply chain, helping improve communication and transparency, bring sustainable solutions and improved processes.

The team has saved me so much time because I can just take 5 minutes, submit a request, and know that you guys have it 100 percent.

Lisa Clerici Under Armour

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You can only assess the chemicals you know about.

Supply Chain Connect is your next step towards seamless supply chain transparency, giving you a better view of potentially hazardous chemicals and giving your suppliers the assurance they need to engage fully with your processes – all within our trusted platform and built on over a decade of experience supporting large brands and their supply chains.

Save time and money as you make more informed, confident R&D decisions to avoid regrettable solutions and costly recalls. You’ll be able to screen against our extensive database of chemical hazard data, including: 

  • 500+ regulatory and advisory lists 
  • 4500+ verified chemical hazard assessments 
  • Data on 23 toxicological endpoints 
  • Data for more than 300,000 CAS RNs 

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