Work Safe Australia have recently released an new chemical storage guide for workplaces.
“In this guide we go into some of the common health and safety risks of storing chemicals and ways to manage those risks. We have included a handy storage checklist that sets out the standard precautions everyone should take and a detailed chart that will tell you which types of chemicals to separate and by how far,” said Director of Chemicals Policy, Dr Paul Taylor.
The guide was developed in consultation with representatives from national work health and safety regulators, unions and industry groups.
To find out more about complying with work health and safety requirements in your region, contact your local WHS regulator.
You can read and download the guide by clicking here.
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