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Approximately 150,000 workplaces in New Zealand use hazardous substances.

Add to that schools with their laboratory and art work chemicals, clubs, lifestyle block owners, and craftspeople, if you fall into any of these categories you may become liable should an accident occur under the changes to NZ Health and Safety Legislation.

In 2013 ,712 people were hospitalised in New Zealand through accidental poisoning from pestisides alone. Under the new changes to NZ Health and Safety Legislation you could find yourself liable.

Commercial cleaning products, adhesives, paints, acids, solvents and bases, fertilisers, flammable goods, explosive goods, all need to be stored safely.

Once your cabinet is installed it is prudent to inform the fire service and your insurance company of the location and contents of your cabinet. Storing dangerous goods correctly in a safety cabinet is not only the safest option but also a management tool for keeping an inventory of dangerous substances that are locked away which should become a part of your weekly health and safety agenda.

 

NEW LAW CHANGES

Many people and employers have a lackadaisical attitude to storing hazardous materials, until they have an accident. This can not only cause health issues and potential deaths, but can also result in crippling liability claims against the business.

With the new Health and Safety regulations of 2016 it has become even more vital to ensure all hazardous materials are stored safely.

PROTECT YOUR STAFF

agbe Industrial’s hazardous goods storage cabinets are the most effective way of storing hazardous goods, protecting yourself, your staff, clients, friends and family.

Your staff are the driving force behind your business, let them work efficiently with less time spent trying to minimise hazards by providing the correct cabinets and allowing them to concentrate on what is important, getting the work done.

PROTECT YOUR PREMISES

Many insurance companies now insist your premises is protected, installing our cabinets not only protects your premises and equipment, but can greatly reduce your insurance preniums, and ensures your claims don’t get denied when an accident happens.

Once your cabinet is installed it is prudent to inform the fire service and your insurance company of the location and contents of your cabinet. Storing dangerous goods correctly in a safety cabinet is not only the safest option but also a management tool for keeping an inventory of dangerous substances that are locked away which should become a part of your weekly health and safety agenda.

PROTECT YOURSELF

Everyone has the right to go home after a hard day of work to enjoy time with their family. You are no different, even as a business owner, your family should be assured that you are working in a healthy and safe environment.

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