Dangerous Goods Storage for the Construction Industry

We work closely with construction companies and workers to ensure the safe handling and storage of dangerous goods.

Our fully compliant gas cylinder storage containers, lubrication stations and dangerous goods storage containers are ideal for preventing costly accidents, explosions and fires on rough construction sites.

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Site Storage Cabinets

Site Storage

Securely store tools, equipment and dangerous goods in these relocatable cabinets ideal for construction and mining sites.

Outdoor dangerous goods storage cabinets

Outdoor storage

Relocatable, bunded DG storage containers are suitable for storing dangerous goods outdoors. STOREMASTA® relocatable chemical storage containers are designed to increase storage efficiency and safely store volatile materials outside.

Certified Lift Bins

Liftable Storage

Moving parts, rigging gear, small machinery and waste materials around multi-storey sites is easy and risk free with STOREMASTA® lift certified products. The range includes liftable storage cabinets, tool chests, dry goods boxes and parts cages.

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More than a product

Prevent construction accidents with an onsite dangerous goods risk assessment

Our end-to-end dangerous goods risk assessments are a great way to guarantee that you are complying with Australian regulations and are not liable for any spills, explosions or fires which occur on construction sites. Walk away with actionable results and a simple implementation plan.


Recommended Resources

Dangerous Goods Segregation Guide
A PRACTICAL EBOOK

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