If you work around corrosives and other unsafe products, it is essential that you store them in a safe and secure location. Most people consider safety cabinets, which can come in many forms. It’s best to determine what products you have, what their classification is, and what product you need most. In some cases, you may need multiple cabinet types. These can include corrosive, flammable, or dangerous goods cabinets. All of them should be tested for the appropriate AS Standards to ensure that you are compliant with all laws in your areas. This way, you prevent the need for legal counsel or the payment of fines.
Safety cabinets come in three fours. The flammable cabinets should use an electrostatic powder coat finish, dual ventilation vents, and have self-closing/latching doors. They should also be ASAS1940-2004 compliant, have adjustable shelving and leak-proof containment sumps. They’re designed for any liquids that are flammable, such as fuel. Corrosive-substance cabinets should be similar to the flammable version, but have polyethylene drip trays and be AS3780-2008 compliant. You can also find polyethylene cabinets that are made of 100 percent poly with liquid-tight sumps, dual ventilation, and the ability to be chemically inert. They should meet or exceed AS3780-2008 standards, as well.
At EcoSpill, they know that the safety and security of your facility are paramount. They also know that you must keep your employees safe, especially when they work around hazardous chemicals and ingredients. Therefore, they offer three types of safety cabinets, all of which are designed to protect your stored products and keep them from getting knocked over or spilled. If spillage does occur, they also offer spill kits and the training required to use them correctly, ensuring that you are always prepared for anything, so visit them now and see how they can help.