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DANGEROUS GOODS STORAGE SOLUTIONS
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What are flammable substances? ...Flammable substances are substances that will ignite in the presents of an ignition source and continue to combust. All flammable substances including solids, liquids and gases must be stored in a safe and compliant manner.
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What are flammable substances?
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STOREMASTA will be closed on ANZAC Day 25th April 2018.

STOREMASTA recognises that this year is the 100th Anniversary of the ending of World War I (1914-1918).

We also acknowledge the sacrifices of those who have served, and those who are still serving.

STOREMASTA re-opens as normal Thursday 26th April 2018.

“LEST WE FORGET”
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It's important to have a risk management process in place to mitigate the risks associated with flammable liquids. This eBook will provide you with detailed information on how to use our methodology to manage the risks associated with flammable liquids. Download Now 👇.
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Flammable liquids are volatile substances that can cause severe fires and environmental damage. To avoid these risks, flammable liquids must be handled in a safe and complaint manner.
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Is kerosene a flammable liquid?...read our latest blog to find out the ADG Codes dangerous goods classification for kerosene.
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Flammable liquids must be stored in a safe and compliant manner to reduce the risks that they pose upon the workplace. Safe storage can be achieved by adhering to the requirements outlined in AS1940.
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Not all classes of dangerous goods can be stored in flammable liquids storage cabinets. To avoid violent chemical reactions between incompatible chemicals, read our blog to find out what substances you can store in flammable storage cabinets.
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Flammable liquids are liquids that give off enough flammable vapours, at temperatures below 60 °C, to ignite in the presents of an ignition source. To avoid the risk of fires, these vapours must be controlled with a ventilation system.
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Do flammable cabinets need to be self-closing?.... If a flammable liquids storage cabinet doesn't have self-closing doors, it wont fulfill its purpose of reducing the risk that flammable liquids have upon the people and property of your organisation.
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If flammable solids come into contact with water, they will emit flammable gases which are susceptible to ignition. To reduce the risks associated with flammable solids, Class 4 safety cabinets must be vented in accordance with AS/NZS 5026-2012.
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