Dangerous Goods Storage for the Transport Industry

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

Our fully compliant lubrication stations, chemical storage cabinet, outdoor relocatable containers, gas cylinder stores, bunds and outdoor miniseries cabinets are ideal for preventing costly accidents, explosions and fires in the transport industry.

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Vehicle Storage Boxes

Vehicle Storage Boxes

The STOREMASTA® Contractor Security Storage range features lockable, heavy duty vehicle storage boxes. These boxes are ideal for tradespeople looking to securely store tools on worksites or in vehicles.

Lubrication Stations

Lubrication Stations

Customisable, heavy duty stores which dispense liquids on remote mining, construction, defence and excavation sites.

Chemical storage containers

Outdoor Stores

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.

Dangerous Goods Risk Assesment

More than a product

Prevent transport accidents with a dangerous goods risk assessment

Our end-to-end 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 during dangerous goods storage or handling. Walk away with actionable results and a simple implementation plan.


Recommended Resources

Dangerous Goods Segregation Guide
A PRACTICAL EBOOK

How to segregate incompatible classes of dangerous goods

Segregate the 9 different classes of dangerous goods in a way which will reduce risk to people, property, and the environment.

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Preserving the scene after an incident involving hazardous chemicals
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Using a causation model when investigating HAZCHEM incidents
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HAZCHEM Alert: understanding workplace accidents, incidents and dangerous events
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HAZCHEM Alert: understanding workplace accidents, incidents and dangerous events

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4 steps to running an effective HAZCHEM incident investigation
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4 steps to running an effective HAZCHEM incident investigation

An effective HAZCHEM incident investigation quickly gets to the root causes of a workplace incident and identifies ...

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