IACS to Launch The International Safety Data Sheet Service™
Posted July 20, 2017

Work has already begun to implement the first phase of The Chemical Safety Initiative™, with over 1,400 manufacturers and distributors of substances that are supplying their safety data sheets to help to develop the worlds first and free single source supply of all safety data sheets to downstream users. This is the beginning of Dale's plan to remove the financial barrier that restricts the safety of people and impacts the safety reputation of businesses that use chemicals.

IACS Support SDS Compliance

Posted January 12, 2016


IACS are providing our support by way of recommendation to a great new service provided by The National Safety Centre.


Dale is focused on helping improve chemical safety across the globe. He fully supports the inclusion of a free Safety Data Sheet health check service provided by the NSC to help chemical manufacturers and suppliers to comply with SDS legislation and to ensure that downstream users of chemicals get the best safety information possible. Dale particularly loves their free SDS Distribution Service™, free to all providers of chemical substances.

Find out more by clicking here.

Elite Speaker Training in Thailand
Posted December 22, 2015


As part of Dale's continuous professional development towards promoting chemical safety, he completed his elite speaker training in Thailand. Dale said the experience was incredible, it is a beautiful country and he met with some inspirational people who were also on the same training course with Andy Harrington.


National Chemical Safety Week™ 2016

Posted September 17, 2015


It's time to act to save those that are at risk of injury. This year will see the launch of National Chemical Safety Week™, the first of it's kind. Currently in the planning and development stage. Our focus will be dedicated to reducing the number of children poisoned by hazardous chemicals in their own homes.


Currently the figure stands at 68 children every day being victim to the habits of their unknowing parents, in their own homes. These are only the cases that are severe enough to require hospital treatment. This has to stop and IACS are acting now to save our children in 2016 by educating parents to change their old habits.


Visit www.nationalchemicalsafetyweek.com.

Panama Business Retreat

Posted May 19, 2015


Sometimes it helps to relax and unwind to help focus the mind. Dale travelled to Panama to meet with a network of entrepreneurs to learn how his beliefs and how he choose to apply his thoughts, will ultimately govern his results. This retreat was crucial in his quest for a safer world.


In Panama, Dale made new discoveries about international safety, how he can now use his mind to better improve results, and how to feed crocodiles in Panama canal. What an adventure he had from which he is sharing his discoveries with all that he knows, who want to listen.

USHA's Spring Conference 2015

Posted April 23, 2015


Dale presented at the USHA Conference 2015 and introduced 40 universities to chemical safety compliance software.


The Universities Safety and Health Association (USHA) is an organisation for the promotion of safety and health in higher education.


Dale was asked to attend by USHA inaugural sponsors Sevron to present The Book on Chemical Safety and to introduce chemical risk assessment software.


The event was lots of fun!

Dale's Book Launch in Toronto

Posted April 11, 2015


Dale travelled to Toronto, Canada for the launch of his new book, The Book on Chemical Safety and to introduce his new 'The Books on Safety' publication. Dale has vowed to put into print the best knowledge from around the world to focus on niches of safety with his own unique twist.


His book launch was an astounding success with around 450 people present with star appearances by renouned success coaches Jack Canfield and Laurel Langmeier. Dale can be seen on the right with his publisher Raymond Aaron (left) and Jack Canfield (right).

Upcoming Events


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Events are currently on hold whilst the association develops it's membership community.