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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    How to use flammable liquids cabinets to meet the requirements of WHS Regulations 
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    How to use flammable liquids cabinets to meet the requirements of WHS Regulations 

    Indoor Flammable Liquids cabinets that have been manufactured to comply with the Australian Safety Standards offer a superior level of protection from liquid chemicals, vapours and fumes. In this blog...

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    5 Manual handling practices to improve flammable liquids safety 
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    5 Manual handling practices to improve flammable liquids safety 

    Manual handling containers of Class 3 Flammable Liquids and other Dangerous Goods present a complex range of hazards. So, in this blog we’ll be looking at 5 important strategies for minimising manual ...

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    Inspection checklist essentials for your chemical storage cabinets 
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    Inspection checklist essentials for your chemical storage cabinets 

    Dangerous goods and chemical storage areas require careful monitoring and supervision to ensure they remain effective and safe. In this blog we’ll be presenting a list of essential items to include in...

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    HAZCHEM storage: flammable liquids, corrosives and toxic chemicals 
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    HAZCHEM storage: flammable liquids, corrosives and toxic chemicals 

    Many commercial and industrial worksites carry a range of flammable liquids, corrosives and toxic chemicals — all of which require careful segregation to avoid fires, explosions and dangerous reaction...

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    4 Reasons to do a risk assessment before purchasing a flammable liquids cabinet 
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    4 Reasons to do a risk assessment before purchasing a flammable liquids cabinet 

    A flammable liquids cabinet should never be an off-the-shelf purchase and we always recommend carrying out a risk assessment during the selection process. It’s important to remember that chemical safe...

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    Why organic peroxides and flammable liquids need strict segregation controls 
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    Why organic peroxides and flammable liquids need strict segregation controls 

    Class 5.2 Organic peroxides are widely used on industrial and manufacturing worksites for a range of applications — often involving fibreglass and resins, reinforced plastics, cosmetics, food manufact...

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