Global Safety Management (GSM), a SaaS-based compliance company that provides tools for companies to easily create, manage, and deliver mandatory product safety information and labeling has announced the successful close of a fundraising round from Florida Gulfshore Capital, Mosley Ventures, the FAN Fund, and other investors. Existing investor Fidelis Capital also participated.
GSM focuses on the creation, management, and delivery of mandatory Safety Data Sheets (SDS) and their associated challenges through its cloud based products, SDS Publisher (a patent pending product that allows users to quickly create SDS), and SDS Manager (a management tool to ensure that end-users always have immediate access to the full range of current and accurate SDS).
“In an increasingly complex regulatory environment, Julie and her team have developed a powerful solution for the rapid, real time production and management of Safety Data Sheets,” said Richard Molloy from Florida Gulfshore Capital. “We are excited to collaborate with and support them as they work to build a great company in an exciting and critical category.”
“GSM has had the good fortune of having a great pool of investors,” said Julie MacGregor, GSM’s CEO and founder. “They bring incredible talent and expertise in several areas, including operations, marketing, and software development, which GSM will be able to leverage for increasing success. We are excited that they have joined us on our path to disrupt the chemical safety documentation world with our patent-pending technology.”
Based in Tampa, Florida, Global Safety Management is making the workplace safer with disruptive technology that is fundamentally changing the way companies handle chemical and product safety information and labeling. One of these documents is the Safety Data Sheet (SDS), which is required by regulations in the US and world-wide. Without compliant SDSs and labels, companies cannot sell their products. Additionally, OSHA mandates over 5 million businesses in the US to make these same documents “readily available” and keep them “up to date” for the safety of their employees. Using GSM’s patent-pending technology, manufacturers can create compliant SDSs in less than 10 minutes instead of more than 3 hours, without needing regulatory expertise. SDSs can also be sent downstream through the supply chain with a simple click of the mouse.