If you’ve implemented any type of substitution control in your Class 3 Flammable Liquids storage and handling areas we recommend carrying out a follow-up risk assessment and review within a few weeks ...

    Reviewing the substitution controls in your Class 3 Flammable liquids storage and handling areas 
    What Is Meant by Safety and Health in the Workplace? 
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    What Is Meant by Safety and Health in the Workplace? 

    This week we’ve published a Guest Post by Alert Force — The Health and Safety Training People. Alert Force is a Registered Training Organisation (RTO) who provides accredited WHS training in confined ...

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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 

    One of our primary aims here at STOREMASTA is helping our clients and customers better understand the chemical hazards they are facing before installing flammable liquids cabinets and decanting equipm...

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    Choosing spill bunding for your flammable and combustible liquids 
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    Choosing spill bunding for your flammable and combustible liquids 

    What’s the first thing that comes to your mind when you think of a chemical spill? A major oil spill affecting the coastline, ocean birds and marine animals? Activists and politicians pointing fingers...

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    Reviewing the elimination controls in your flammable liquids store
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    Reviewing the elimination controls in your flammable liquids store

    You’ve carried out a risk assessment on your flammable liquids storage areas and you’ve eliminated a number of chemical hazards. But this doesn’t mean the job is done and you can throw out your paperw...

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    How long should I wait before reviewing flammable liquids control measures? 
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    How long should I wait before reviewing flammable liquids control measures? 

    A lot of people forget that flammable liquids cabinets, chemical decanting equipment, and items of PPE are actually hazard control measures and not an off-the-shelf purchase. This high-tech equipment ...

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    Setting up an efficient indoor flammable liquids store 
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    Setting up an efficient indoor flammable liquids store 

    Read this blog if you are about to setup a new flammable liquids store, or want to assess your existing setup for efficiency and compliance. Flammable liquids are not only hazardous to human health, b...

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    Personal Protective Equipment and Flammable Liquids storage 
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    Personal Protective Equipment and Flammable Liquids storage 

    If your workplace keeps or handles any type of flammable or combustible liquids you must provide suitable Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) for workers, contractors, and other site personnel. This i...

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    Flammable liquids compliance: 5 quick ways to minimise chemical spill risk 
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    Flammable liquids compliance: 5 quick ways to minimise chemical spill risk 

    Chemical spills interrupt production, place your workers at risk, cause fires and explosions, put you in breach of Australian WHS Regulations and can seriously damage the reputation of your business. ...

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    Key administrative controls for your flammable liquid’s cabinet 
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    Key administrative controls for your flammable liquid’s cabinet 

    If you’ve recently installed a brand new safety cabinet for your flammable and combustible liquids please read this blog. It contains important information for ensuring your workplace is fully complia...

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    Is it ok to decant my chemicals from a flammable liquid’s cabinet? 
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    Is it ok to decant my chemicals from a flammable liquid’s cabinet? 

    Decanting from the flammable liquid’s cabinet: yes, or no? It’s one of the most common questions we get asked by clients who are setting up safe chemical storage systems — and our answer is always the...

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    Flammable liquids safety: using jerrycans and portable containers
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    Flammable liquids safety: using jerrycans and portable containers

    Did you know that common flammable liquids like petrol, kerosene and turps can be ignited by static electricity? And we’re talking simple things — like the remote control from a keyless entry system, ...

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