HAZCHEM SAFETY: essential emergency and safety equipment

WALTER INGLES | February 22, 2019

Do you have emergency equipment in place at your worksite that will be always available during  a chemical emergency? If you use, store, or handle hazardous chemicals you’ll need emergency response equipment to deal with any type of accidental spill or exposure incident. This blog looks at some of the essential emergency equipment required under WHS Regulations and Australian Safety Standards.

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