Dangerous Goods Storage for the Manufacturing Industry

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

Our fully compliant indoor safety cabinets, gas bottle cage, outdoor relocatable containers, bunds and outdoor miniseries cabinets are ideal for preventing costly accidents, explosions and fires in manufacturing environments.

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Indoor Large Capacity Safety Cabinets

Safety Cabinets

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

Gas Cylinder Storage

Gas Cylinder Stores

Gas cylinders are used across of wide range of industries including manufacturing, construction, hospitality, science, medical and maintenance. Gas cylinders must be stored correctly to ensure safety, and provide a secure enclosure for cylinder storage whilst complying with AS/NZS 1596 and AS4332.
Outdoor Dangerous Goods Drum Store Cabinet

Chemical Storage Containers

Relocatable, bunded DG 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. 

Dangerous goods risk assessment

More than a product

Prevent manufacturing accidents with a 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 whilst manufacturing products or storing hazardous materials. Walk away with actionable results and a simple implementation plan.


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Dangerous Goods Segregation Guide
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