Guide to Flammable Goods Storage Cabinets

Guide to Flammable Goods Storage Cabinets

The improper storage and handling of flammable materials is one of the leading causes of industrial fires. To minimise risks to personnel and works...
Guide to Flammable Goods Storage Cabinets

Guide to Flammable Goods Storage Cabinets

The improper storage and handling of flammable materials is one of the leading causes of industrial fires. To minimise risks to personnel and works...
How To Safely Store Dangerous Goods

How To Safely Store Dangerous Goods

Dangerous goods pose significant risks to a worksite’s staff, property and environment, and must be stored in secure, compliant and purpose-built c...
Seven Summer Safety Tips: Minimise Dehydration, Maximise Productivity

Seven Summer Safety Tips: Minimise Dehydration, Maximise Productivity

As we approach the beginning of summer, it is important to ensure that your worksite has strategies in place to address dehydration risks and ensur...
Considerations when choosing the best brand of dangerous goods storage cabinets

Considerations when choosing the best brand of dangerous goods storage cabinets

When choosing the best brand of dangerous goods storage cabinet for you, selecting a premium brand will help to ensure better productivity, safety ...
Does your worksite need a safety shower and eyewash station?

Does your worksite need a safety shower and eyewash station?

Safety showers and eyewash stations help ensure the health and safety of your employees, providing on-the-spot first aid treatment following contact with hazardous chemicals or debris.
Six questions to consider when buying a dangerous goods storage cabinet

Six questions to consider when buying a dangerous goods storage cabinet

When purchasing a dangerous goods storage cabinet, there is no one-size-fits-all and it is important to choose a solution with the correct profile, size, and safety features for the desired application.
Drive Safety Using the Hierarchy of Control

Risk Management and the Hierarchy of Control

When implementing worksite risk management measures, managers and WHS duty holders are required to identify hazards and manage associated risks. These risks should be managed using the Hierarchy of Control.
N95 and P2 masks can be used to protect against coronavirus

N95 and P2 masks can be used to protect against coronavirus

Can the N95 / P2 masks be used to protect against the coronavirus? As we continue to navigate the COVID-19 pandemic, wearing a face mask has been w...
Guide to Hard Hat Accessories - What can I wear with my hard hat?

Guide to Hard Hat Accessories - What can I wear with my hard hat?

We often receive questions about what is and isn't appropriate to wear on or under a hard hat. So we've put together some tips to help you decide. ...
Safety Shower Modesty Screens and Worksite Protection

Safety Shower Modesty Screens and Worksite Protection

Speakman Safety Showers have developed solutions for two common concerns on sites with emergency safety showers and eyewashes.  These two concerns ...

Are you looking for an Outdoor Flammable Goods Storage Cabinet?

Justrite Flammable Goods Cabinet Weatherproof option for 160L Cabinet   Our range of Justrite Dangerous Goods storage cabinets are designed for in...

Quick Tip 1:- Your Flammable Goods Cabinet must be lockable

The following excerpt from Australian Standards clearly states the reasons why it is essential for all Flammable Goods Cabinets to be lockable. AS1...

Does the SE590A - 45L or SE590A - 106 L Portable Emergency Eyewash comply with Australian Standard 4775

SE590A - 106 L Portable Eye and Body Wash In accordance with AS 4775 Safety Deluge Showers and Emergency Eye/Face Washes are required to have th...