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While using chemical storage cabinets can vastly improve the safety of your workplace, choosing the correct signage for your storage unit is also an highly important consideration. Having the correct signage for your chemical storage cabinets is not only vital for employee safety but it is also a requirement under the Health and Safety (Safety Signs and Signals) Regulations 1996.

www.ehs.berkeley.edu/.../hazardous-materials/chemicalstoragebooklet.pdf

Storage Area Requirements Label storage areas according to the type of chemical family or hazard classification found there. Inspect storage areas at least annually, as required by Cal/ OSHA. Keep aisles, hallways, doorways, exits, and entryways clear. Keep storage areas well lit, appropriately ventilated, and at a consistent, cool temperature.

www.tdi.texas.gov/fire/documents/fmannfpa704.pdf

NFPA 704 Warning Placard Requirements Introduction Whenever large amounts of hazardous materials are being stored and used within SLAC, warning placards are required. These placards act as an immediate warning system for emergency service personnel, helping them identify the kinds of materials present and the dangers they pose1, 2.

worksafe.govt.nz/.../hazardous-substances/managing/hazardous-substances-signs

Signs that can’t be read or don’t accurately reflect the hazardous substances on site will not help to keep people safe. This means you must change your signs (as soon as practicable) if there is a change in the type, class, or quantity of hazardous substances present at the workplace that requires different information to be displayed.

www.dosh.gov.my/index.php/legislation/guidelines/chemical/617-03-guidelines-on...

Guidelines on Storage of Hazardous Chemicals 6.4 Design of Warehouse Buildings 18 6.5 Outdoor Storage 24 7 WAREHOUSE MANAGEMENT 27 7.1 Controlling Chemical Hazards In Warehouse 27 7.2 Warehouse Operation 29 7.3 Procedures for Receipt of hazardous Chemicals 29 7.4 Storage Plan 29 7.5 Chemicals Separation and Segregation 30

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Separate all chemicals, especially liquids, according to compatible groups. Follow all precautions regarding storage of incompatible materials. Post a chemical compatibility chart for reference, both in the lab and next to chemical storage rooms. Use appropriate resistant secondary containers for corrosive materials.

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www.hse.gov.uk/chemicals/guidance.htm

The Regulations place duties on operators of sites that hold dangerous substances in quantities above specified thresholds. Most are likely to be found in the chemical industry, but will also be present in other sectors. Chemicals (Hazard Information and Packaging for Supply) Regulations 2002 (CHIP)

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Ventilate indoor plant and storage facilities to limit the formation and extent of hazardous explosive atmospheres (this is an employer responsibility). Keeping COSHH Storage Areas Secure The level of security for storage areas depends on the potential consequences of a fire and the security already present.

www.graphicproducts.com/.../five-ways-to-meet-osha-requirements-for-safety-signage

Here are five ways to meet OSHA requirements for safety signage. 1) Understand ANSI and OSHA Requirements for Signage. 29 CFR 1910.145, OSHA’s guideline for signs and tags that identify hazards, outlines design requirements and specifies when safety signs must be used. These design elements are expanded upon in the ANSI Z535 standard, which ...