Now you’ve purchased and installed eyewash facilities and an emergency shower, how are you going to keep the equipment operational and compliant?

    How To Keep Your Emergency Eyewash and  Shower Equipment Compliant
    5 Deadly Mistakes Staff Make When Handling Flammable Liquids
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    5 Deadly Mistakes Staff Make When Handling Flammable Liquids

    While flammable liquids are recognised as hazardous and volatile chemicals, many workplace accidents involving these Class 3 Dangerous Goods could have been prevented.When working with flammable liqui...

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    HAZCHEM Essentials: Safety Data Sheets (SDS)
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    HAZCHEM Essentials: Safety Data Sheets (SDS)

    This blog is all about Safety Data Sheets (SDSs): exactly what they are, how to use them, and the best way to store them on the job site. An SDS contains essential information about the chemical prope...

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    How to conduct a chemical safety review audit?
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    How to conduct a chemical safety review audit?

    A chemical safety review audit examines chemical hazards — plus the control measures you have introduced to bring the risk to an acceptable level. This blog walks you through the hazard review process...

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    Keeping Oxidisers and Flammable Liquids Apart 
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    Keeping Oxidisers and Flammable Liquids Apart 

    Class 5.1 Oxidising Agents are materials and substances that can release oxygen. They present a compatibility issue and storage risk for flammable liquids as they can trigger a spontaneous fire in man...

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    HAZCHEM Storage: Flammable Liquids, Corrosives and Toxic Chemicals
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    HAZCHEM Storage: Flammable Liquids, Corrosives and Toxic Chemicals

    How is your business handling its HAZCHEM storage requirements? While countless workplaces carry a range of flammable liquids, corrosives and toxic chemicals, it’s important to remember that these com...

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    How to Assess Chemical Hazards in the Workplace
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    How to Assess Chemical Hazards in the Workplace

    Assessing the risks and dangers of the chemical hazards at your workplace is a critical step in safety management. Chemical hazards can cause fires, explosions, asphyxiation, burns and respiratory dam...

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    Do Flammable Cabinets Need To Be Locked?
    What are the Regulations for Chemical Bunding?
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    What are the Regulations for Chemical Bunding?

    The term ‘chemical bunding’ refers to bund products which are used to create an effective spill containment solution. If you’re focused on creating a safer workplace, implementing  the right chemical ...

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    Flammable Liquids Compliance: Preventing Leaks and Spills
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    Flammable Liquids Compliance: Preventing Leaks and Spills

    When you’re working with flammable liquids, the containment and management of chemical leaks and spills is a key consideration. Under Australian WHS legislation, businesses that use, handle or store C...

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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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    Class 3 Dangerous Goods Storage Requirements For Indoors and Outdoors
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    Class 3 Dangerous Goods Storage Requirements For Indoors and Outdoors

    How are you storing your Class 3 Dangerous Goods? According to the Australian Dangerous Goods Code, Class 3 Flammable Liquids are defined as liquids that will ignite in the presence of an ignition sou...

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