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With products manufactured in Melbourne, our business model allows us to deliver goods from the production line direct to the end users door. No assembly needed – your items will arrive securely packaged & ready to use (framed bund covers excluded).
Wholesale Safety Storage Australia gives a 100% guarantee to meeting Australian Standards on all products we supply.
Spill Kit: Oil & Fuel Outdoor – Economy Plus 135L Absorbent Capacity$375.00 + GST
Polyethylene drum bund with removable grate – 4 drum$425.00 + GST
Forklift Gas Cylinder Cage – Q/T/TS size – 2 x Bottles$940.00 + GST
Aerosol Storage Cage – 220 Can$1,340.00 + GST
Collapsible Bund – 2 x IBC or 2 x Pallets (1568L)$1,380.00 – $1,830.00 + GST
Polyethylene IBC Containment Bund$1,640.00 + GST
250 Litre Indoor Flammable Liquids Cabinet (Economy)$1,645.00 + GST
160 Litre Indoor Chemical Storage Cabinet/Corrosive Substances Cabinet$1,785.00 + GST
CONTACT US TODAY : 1300 903 933 | OFFICE@WSSA.COM.AU
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Top 10 tips for safely storing your dangerous goodsEvery business that handles uses or stores dangerous goods by government and local body regulations must provide and use adequate dangerous goods storage cabinets or areas. Any of the dangerous goods that could react with other substances if they come into contact, need to be stored separately. Dangerous goods must be stored safely and properly to deduce any risk to property, people and the environment. They must be stored in containers that contain spill sumps large enough to hold their contents inside properly designed storage cabinets.
Dangerous goods must be stored so they do not pose a danger to people, property or the environment. The common work place habit of storing small amounts of dangerous goods on or under workbenches or on top of cabinets should be discouraged or disallowed as it potentially poses a danger in the event of a dangerous goods spillage or natural disaster where other dangerous goods could react with wrongly or inappropriately stored dangerous goods
By following these basic top tips for storing your dangerous goods you can ensure your work place is less likely to experience an accident, disaster or personal injury due to any dangerous goods kept there. Fires in industrial, manufacturing businesses and even homes are often caused or amplified because of inappropriately stored dangerous goods.
Taking the time to check your work place or home to identify and store any dangerous goods may save you, your family or your work mates from serious physical injury or property loss such as fire or chemical damage.