How would your business cope with an uncontrolled chemical spill that included flammable liquids? Would your work team know what to do? Who to contact? And what to wear? Any organisation that carries ...

    Flammable liquids safety: assessing chemical spill preparedness  
    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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    Should I keep a hard copy of my hazardous chemical register? 
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    Should I keep a hard copy of my hazardous chemical register? 

    Keeping a Register of all the hazardous chemicals you use, store, and carry at the job site is an essential requirement under Australia WHS legislation. But many of our clients ask us — ‘which is best...

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    Can I recommission a safety cabinet to store other hazardous chemicals or Dangerous Goods? 
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    Can I recommission a safety cabinet to store other hazardous chemicals or Dangerous Goods? 

    In this blog we’ll be looking at the 3 key reasons why safety cabinets should never be recommissioned. We urge you to only use safety cabinets that have been purpose built for the chemical hazard clas...

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    Flammable liquids compliance: 7 locations to include in your spill risk assessment 
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    Flammable liquids compliance: 7 locations to include in your spill risk assessment 

    Managing chemical leaks and spills is an essential requirement of Australian WHS legislation. In this blog we’ll be highlighting 7 different areas on the job site to include in your chemical spill ris...

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    How to stack and load a Class 3 Flammable Liquids cabinet 
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    How to stack and load a Class 3 Flammable Liquids cabinet 

    Have you just purchased and installed a shiny new flammable liquids cabinet? Train your handling staff and supervisors from the get-go in correct stacking and loading practices. You would be amazed at...

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    4 critical risk areas to assess when storing flammable liquids
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    4 critical risk areas to assess when storing flammable liquids

    We always recommend carrying out a risk assessment before commissioning or purchasing any Dangerous Goods storage equipment — especially flammable liquids cabinets. In this blog we’ll be looking at 4 ...

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    Why do I need a flammable liquids cabinet? 
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    Why do I need a flammable liquids cabinet? 

    Can’t I just put my Class 3 Flammables on a shelf or pallet?  Class 3 Flammable Liquids are Dangerous Goods and are highly flammable, explosive (at the right concentration levels), and capable of auto...

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    How flammable liquids cabinets reduce safety and compliance risk 
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    How flammable liquids cabinets reduce safety and compliance risk 

    Class 3 Flammable Liquids require careful management and storage and in this blog, we’ll be outlining 8 key ways an indoor safety cabinet — manufactured to Australia Standard AS1940:2017 – The storage...

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    Why does my flammable liquids cabinet have self-closing doors? 
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    Why does my flammable liquids cabinet have self-closing doors? 

    In Australia, safety cabinets for storing flammable and combustible liquids should have doors that automatically close, and are held shut with at least 2 x fail-safe catches. This is a requirement und...

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    What happens if I overload my flammable liquids cabinet past its capacity rating? 
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    What happens if I overload my flammable liquids cabinet past its capacity rating? 

    Flammable liquids cabinets in Australia have a capacity rating that must be displayed on the front of the cabinet and clearly visible whenever the cabinet doors are closed. In this blog we’ll be discu...

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    Flammable liquids management: learning from experts, evidence and experience 
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    Flammable liquids management: learning from experts, evidence and experience 

    This is our final blog in the Good Work Design and Flammable Liquids series, and today we’ll be discussing Principle 10 — learning from experts, evidence, and experience when developing safe work syst...

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