Flammable liquids are Class 3 Dangerous Goods and produce flammable vapours that can ignite at room temperature. Many flammable liquids also emit other hazardous fumes which can be toxic and corrosive...

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    Flammable Liquids Compliance Obligations (Part 1) legislative framework in Australia 
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    Flammable Liquids Compliance Obligations (Part 1) legislative framework in Australia 

    Many business owners, managers and supervisors get a little uneasy when they hear the words ‘legislation’ or ‘compliance’. Not because they are doing anything wrong — running a complex operation that ...

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    Installing a flammable liquids cabinet in the warehouse 
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    Installing a flammable liquids cabinet in the warehouse 

    Warehouses are often hazardous working environments and great care must be taken if you decide to install a flammable liquids cabinet in an area that may already contain incompatible substances, ignit...

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    How a flammable liquids cabinet reduces chemical spill hazards 
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    How a flammable liquids cabinet reduces chemical spill hazards 

    It is a requirement of both Australian Safety Standards and the WHS Regulations to prevent chemical spills - this includes Class 3 Flammable Liquids. In this blog we’ll be looking at the types of haza...

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    4 Essential steps for keeping flammable liquids in the laboratory 
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    4 Essential steps for keeping flammable liquids in the laboratory 

    Laboratories are often hazardous environments that contain numerous chemical, biological and safety hazards. The presence of Class 3 Flammable Liquids can increase the risks even further if the labora...

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    How to install a flammable liquids cabinet 
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    How to install a flammable liquids cabinet 

    If you’ve just purchased a flammable liquids cabinet — or even if you’ve been using them for years — read this blog. We walk you through the essential steps when installing a flammable liquids cabinet...

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    What’s the difference between an indoor and outdoor flammable liquids cabinet? 
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    What’s the difference between an indoor and outdoor flammable liquids cabinet? 

    One of the most common questions our team of Field Auditors get asked is … ‘should I store my flammable liquids indoors or outside?’ And like most Work Health and Safety questions, the answer is … ‘th...

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    Conducting a post-installation check on your flammable liquids cabinet 
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    Conducting a post-installation check on your flammable liquids cabinet 

    You’ve just purchased a shiny new cabinet for your Class 3 Flammable Liquids… but is it installed correctly? Is it in the right place? Is it being used correctly? If the answer is no, there is a possi...

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    Housekeeping essentials to keep your flammable liquids cabinet compliant 
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    Housekeeping essentials to keep your flammable liquids cabinet compliant 

    A flammable liquids cabinet manufactured to Australian Safety Standards is a sophisticated hazard control measure that can withstand temperatures of up to 850°C. But the dual skinned walls and high-te...

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    Does my flammable liquids cabinet require a safety shower or eyewash station?
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    Does my flammable liquids cabinet require a safety shower or eyewash station?

    One question we are regularly asked by our clients is ‘Do I need to install a safety shower or eyewash station next to my flammable liquids cabinet?’. And this blog is the long answer to that question...

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    4 places never to put your flammable liquid storage cabinet
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    4 places never to put your flammable liquid storage cabinet

    Ever bought sunscreen then forgotten to take it to the beach? Ever driven the car without a seatbelt? Just the same as these everyday examples, your high-tech and sophisticated flammable liquid storag...

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    Training your workers to use a flammable liquid storage cabinets correctly
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    Training your workers to use a flammable liquid storage cabinets correctly

    You’ve just purchased and installed a brand new flammable liquids cabinet. Don’t be like so many organisations we see who allow this sophisticated equipment to fall into disrepair which negates  the s...

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