Dangerous Goods Storage for the Food & Beverage Industry

We work closely with hospitality and food manufacturing companies to ensure the safe handling and storage of dangerous goods in food and beverage related environments.

Our fully compliant relocatable outdoor storage containers, flammable cabinets, bunded containers and small lubrication stations are ideal for use in food related environments which require optimal hygiene.

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Stainless steel dangerous goods storage cabinets

Stainless Steel Dangerous Goods Storage Cabinets

STOREMASTA® stainless steel cabinets offer the greatest protection against corrosive spills and leaks when storing hazardous and dangerous substances.

Dangerous Goods Safety Cabinets

Safety Cabinets

Safely store dangerous goods indoors with STOREMASTA® heavy duty safety cabinet. The indoor flammable cabinet range is designed to protect workers, reduce fire risks and improve productivity by storing hazardous materials in a compliant manner. 

Chemical Bunding

Bunding

Storing IBCs, drums or containers on bunding contains major spills and leaks; protecting your staff and workplace from dangerous chemical accidents. Spill containment bund is an efficient solution for effectively handling, containing and decanting dangerous goods.

Dangerous Goods Risk Assessment

More than a product

Prevent accidents in the Food and Beverage Industry 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, contamination, explosions or fires. Walk away with actionable results and an implementation plan.


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Dangerous Goods Segregation Guide
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