Flammable Liquids Compliance meeting Australian Safety Standards

August 12, 2019

We’ve reached Part 5 of our series on flammable liquids compliance. In the last 4 blogs we’ve reviewed the legislation and Codes of Practice underpinning chemical safety in Australia, now we’ll be explaining the legalities when applying Australian Safety Standards. The overall aim of these blogs is to provide you with the knowledge and resources you need to comply with WHS legislation — and minimise the chemical hazards at your job site.  The world’s first Standards were issued during the industrial revolution (late 1800s). They were technical documents to ‘standardise’ the construction and safety of high-precision machine tools and general factory operations.   Standards have developed a lot since then, and (now in the 21st Century) they clearly set out things like construction specifications, safety equipment, and working procedures. Their primary purpose is to ensure the world’s products, services, systems, and workplaces are safe, effective and reliable.

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