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KEEP YOUR WORKPLACE SAFE
Discover the Workplace Health and Safety Regulations, compliance, and the Australian Dangerous Goods Codes of the dangerous and hazardous substances found in your workplace to keep your team safe.
Protect Your Employees and Meet Australia Standards with Safety Storage Lockers and Cabinets for Flammable Goods
When you work with flammable or dangerous goods in your workplace, you can’t leave anything up to chance. Having a safe place to store those materials is essential to the safety of your employees, the protection of your property, and your overall peace of mind. Luckily, with flammable storage lockers from Wholesale Safety Storage Australia, you can maintain a safer workplace with minimal hassle and no worries about noncompliance with Australian standards.
Need Spill Containment Bunds? Wholesale Safety Storage Australia Has a Spill Pallet and Drum Bund for Your Needs
Wholesale Safety Storage Australia wants to help your facility keep employee and visitors safe, the environment healthy, and your company compliant with regulations. We offer a variety of spill bunds to be used as secondary containment to ensure leaks, drips, and spills are confined before they cost your company.
Dangerous Goods Storage: From Indoor to Outdoor and Liquids to Batteries, Wholesale Safety Storage Australia Provides Smart Ways to Store Dangerous Materials
Storing materials classified as ‘dangerous goods’ under the Australian Dangerous Goods (ADG) Code isn’t always easy. On the one hand, these materials often prove to be essential for businesses in their day to day operations. Things like batteries or pesticides cannot easily be removed from the equation for these enterprises. On the other hand, safe storage of these materials is essential to reach compliance with relevant Australian standards.
Comply with Australian Standards with Corrosive Chemical Storage Cabinets from Wholesale Safety Storage Australia
If your business uses, stores, transports, or otherwise handles corrosive substances, then you are required to abide by AS 3780-2008 (‘The storage and handling of corrosive substances’). Passed in 2008, this Australian standard sets ‘minimum acceptable safety requirements’ for facilities in which you may store corrosive chemicals. Corrosive substances are defined that meet the Class 8 classification criteria under the Australian Dangerous Goods (ADG) Code.
Store Toxic or Corrosive Chemicals with Chemical Safety Cupboards from Wholesale Safety Storage Australia
Handling chemicals is dangerous. Many chemicals are toxic, corrosive, flammable, or perhaps even all three. Contact of these chemicals with the skin or eyes can lead to serious and irreversible injury. Spills can be catastrophic and can significantly damage surfaces or other materials. For good reason, handling chemicals on a worksite or in the workplace must be done with utmost care.