Installation Guide for Relocatable (Corrosive)

Relocatable positioning and installation guide 

  1. Unit can be lifted by crane or forklift when empty (must not be relocated
    when fully loaded
  2. Location of your relocatable dangerous goods stores must be according to
    regulatory requirements applicable, such as separation distances to protected
    and public places
  3. Vegetation that could become a fire hazard shall be kept short
  4. A safety shower shall be installed within 10m where packages are opened,
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  5. Unit must be mounted on suitable footings, sitting level and supported under
    each base plate
  6. If the surface is not level you may acquire PVC packers to level up the unit,
    ensuring all base plates are supported
  7. Fix unit down using anchors (T16150GH Tru-Bolts) Ramset Stud Anchors
    Installation Guide
  8. Ensure all doors operate smoothly

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To ensure you sustain compliance you will need to periodically review your control measures and carry out maintenance.


More information can be found in the below blogs:
Assessing off site risks to your hazardous chemical stores
SUSTAIN: 5 actions for maintaining chemical hazard controls
How to Clean the Spill Containment Sump of an Outdoor DG Store

Walter Ingles

Walter Ingles Compliancy Specialist

Walter is STOREMASTA’s Dangerous Goods Storage Specialist. He helps organisations reduce risk and improve efficiencies in the storage and management of dangerous goods and hazardous chemicals.


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