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We are now required by EHS to keep a detailed inventory of our laboratory chemicals (through ChemTracker).   
We are now required by EHS to keep a detailed inventory of our laboratory chemicals (through ChemTracker).   
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To access Chemtracker:
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To access ChemTracker:
# Go to the [https://informit.mit.edu/ehs-ms/tools_inventory.html EHS-MS Tools] site and click on the "ChemTracker User Login" link (requires MIT certificates).
# Go to the [https://informit.mit.edu/ehs-ms/tools_inventory.html EHS-MS Tools] site and click on the "ChemTracker User Login" link (requires MIT certificates).
# Click on the "ChemTracker Application Access Page" for consortium members.
# Click on the "ChemTracker Application Access Page" for consortium members.
# Find the row for MIT and click on "ChemTracker V3."  This will take you back to an EHS site which will require a username (GREGSTEP) and password (GREGSTEP).  This should log you into the ChemTracker application.
# Find the row for MIT and click on "ChemTracker V3."  This will take you back to an EHS site which will require a username (GREGSTEP) and password (GREGSTEP).  This should log you into the ChemTracker application.

Revision as of 12:44, 17 January 2008

Chemical Inventory (ChemTracker)

We are now required by EHS to keep a detailed inventory of our laboratory chemicals (through ChemTracker).

To access ChemTracker:

  1. Go to the EHS-MS Tools site and click on the "ChemTracker User Login" link (requires MIT certificates).
  2. Click on the "ChemTracker Application Access Page" for consortium members.
  3. Find the row for MIT and click on "ChemTracker V3." This will take you back to an EHS site which will require a username (GREGSTEP) and password (GREGSTEP). This should log you into the ChemTracker application.
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