Have you conducted a chemical risk assessment and determined the need for Class 3 Flammable Liquids storage? Then we congratulation you on taking the steps towards chemical compliance! To make this pr...

    What Are The Flammable Liquid Storage Cabinet Requirements?
    6 Questions We Get Asked All The Time About Flammable Liquids Storage
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    6 Questions We Get Asked All The Time About Flammable Liquids Storage

    We get asked plenty of questions about the correct installation and use of flammable liquid storage cabinets. So, we thought we’d use this blog to answer 6 frequently asked questions about flammable l...

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    Compatibility Of Class 3 Flammable Liquids With Other Classes Dangerous Goods
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    Compatibility Of Class 3 Flammable Liquids With Other Classes Dangerous Goods

    Are you aware of the risks involved with storing flammable liquids with incompatible  dangerous goods? If you’re carrying chemicals in your workplace, you must consider how incompatible classes of dan...

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    3 Ways to Control Ignition Sources at Your Flammable Liquids Store
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    3 Ways to Control Ignition Sources at Your Flammable Liquids Store

    Flammable liquids are found at just about every workplace. From fuels to common cleaning agents, solvents, paints, waxes and polishes, Class 3 Flammable Liquids are commonly used chemicals that are es...

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    How Many Flammable Cabinets Can I Have In One Area?
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    How Many Flammable Cabinets Can I Have In One Area?

    If you’re storing Class 3 Flammable Liquids in your business, one of the questions you may have to consider is, ‘How many flammable cabinets can I have in one area?’ And while there is no simple one-w...

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    How To Write Operating Procedures  For Your Flammable Liquids Store
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    How To Write Operating Procedures  For Your Flammable Liquids Store

    Did you realise that purchasing a flammable cabinet is only the first step in minimising your chemical and compliance risk? During follow-up audits and risk assessments, we often see  cabinets that ha...

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    Risk Vs Hazard: Understanding The True Risks Of Using Flammable Liquids In The Workplace
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    Risk Vs Hazard: Understanding The True Risks Of Using Flammable Liquids In The Workplace

    Flammable liquids are volatile substances that require careful, comprehensive strategies to make sure that they’re safely used, stored and handled. We’ve created this blog to help you understand and e...

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    Engineering and Isolation Controls To  Support Your Flammable Liquids Store
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    Engineering and Isolation Controls To  Support Your Flammable Liquids Store

    Do you fully understand all the chemical hazards that may be present in your workplace? As Dangerous Goods Storage Specialists, one of our primary goals is to help our customers better understand what...

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    How Good Work Design Can Improve Operational Costs, Productivity and Flammable Liquids Safety
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    How Good Work Design Can Improve Operational Costs, Productivity and Flammable Liquids Safety

    Could your business benefit from embracing the principles of good work design?  

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    Class 3 Flammable Liquids Storage Requirements For Outdoors
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    Class 3 Flammable Liquids Storage Requirements For Outdoors

    Is your business carrying larger quantities of flammable liquids? Then it’s important that you’re familiar with the outdoor storage requirements of Class 3 Flammable Liquids. As these dangerous goods ...

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    What Are The Class 3 Flammable Liquid Storage Requirements For Indoors?
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    What Are The Class 3 Flammable Liquid Storage Requirements For Indoors?

    When your business is carrying flammable liquids, it’s important that you not only understand the chemical and physical properties of these substances, but how to handle and store them in a safe and c...

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    How To Identify Spill Risk When Storing Class 3 Flammable Liquids
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    How To Identify Spill Risk When Storing Class 3 Flammable Liquids

    Managing spill risk is an essential requirement under Australian Work Health and Safety  Regulations. Your workplace must have effective measures in place that will contain any possible chemical leaks...

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