A 6 step guide to chemical handling training
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A 6 step guide to chemical handling training

Jan 9, 2018 Posted by Walter Ingles

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Maslow's hierarchy of needs calls for safe dangerous goods storage

Employee motivation is a vital element of achieving organisational goals. From countless studies conducted by experts such as Abraham maslow, we have learned that you can’t just “motivate” someone. To bring about motivation in the workplace, the managers of the business must firstly understand motiv...
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A 6 step guide to chemical handling training

Hazardous chemicals can destroy health, cause severe injury, harm the environment and damage property. 
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What are Organic Peroxides?

An organic peroxide is an organic compound with two oxygen atoms joined together. Benzonyl peroxide and hydrogen peroxide, commonly used as bleaching and maturing agents for treating flour, are two examples. The Australian Dangerous Goods Code provides the
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7 manufacturing trends for 2018

Technology is rapidly changing the way every industry works, and the manufacturing industry is no different. We’re entering a new industrial revolution, where internet, computing, and scientific advances are making waves across manufacturing – transforming the way we produce goods.
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What are oxidising agents?

Oxidising agents are substances with the ability to oxidise other substances. Under the Australian Dangerous Goods Code, which classifies oxidising agents as “Class 5.1”, they are defined as:
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Weld on mate! A guide to flashback arrestor inspection and testing

Safe storage and handling is critical for keeping and transporting compressed gases. In particular, flashback is a very real danger when welding with oxy acetylene torches.
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What are Flammable Liquids?

If you work with any kind of liquids, whether it be in a manufacturing facility, laboratory, or anything in between, you probably already have an idea of which liquids need special attention for handling, storage, and disposal. One example that comes to mind is flammable liquids.
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GHS labelling of hazardous goods in Australia

When it comes to managing risks of hazardous chemicals in the workplace, we must take every precaution to protect the people who use them, the environment and our property. Hazard communication through labels and safety data sheets is essential for reducing costly accidents and serious health risks ...
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4 hazards associated with waste oil extraction

Changing the oil in your machines is an important task that must be carried out on a periodic basis. Failure to carry out this essential chore can result in expensive machine damage. This necessary task is very tedious and it can create a lot of problems in the workplace. These problems include; Bod...
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How to transport dangerous goods

Dangerous goods put people, the environment and property at risk if they are transported incorrectly - so transportation of hazardous chemicals is an important responsibility that requires plenty of planning and consideration.
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Examples of flammable liquids and their flash points

If you work with dangerous or hazardous goods, you need to know exactly how to store them safely. Class 3 flammable liquids are particularly likely to cause workplace fires and explosions, so it's important to store them in carefully controlled environments. In this article we take a look at the rol...
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How to segregate different classes of dangerous goods

How to segregate the 9 different classes of dangerous goods in a way which will reduce risk to people propoerty and the environment. 

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