STOREMASTA is one of Australia’s leading provider of Dangerous Goods Storage and Management Solutions
STOREMASTA is one of Australia’s leading provider of Dangerous Goods Storage and Management Solutions. For almost 30 years this Australian owned company has been helping industry leaders in the resources and mining sector reduce risk and improve efficiencies in the storage and management of dangerous goods.
BHP, Newcrest and Rio Tinto are just a few of the organisations throughout Australia, NZ and South East Asia that STOREMASTA has been assisting with their end-to-end Dangerous Goods Management Systems.
Where STOREMASTA really stand out is the quality of their services and storage products, which are all manufactured in Australia and rigorously tested to meet (and exceed) the Australian Standards. Whether you need safety cabinets to store your explosives, gas cylinders and corrosives; or a safe dispensing system for hazardous chemicals and fuels you can guarantee that STOREMASTA will have you covered. With warehouses in every state and field auditors on hand, you’ll appreciate the time they take to build relationships and learn about the risks and hazards unique to your worksite.
STOREMASTA consultants are highly trained with real-world experience in the field. Combining their technical knowledge of WHS Legislations and Dangerous Goods Standards in Australia, the field auditing team uses the STOREMASTA methodology; Identify – Assess – Control – Sustain. This methodology for managing dangerous goods helps organisations to reduce risk and improve efficiencies in the storage and management of dangerous goods.
After you contact STOREMASTA, their team of professionals follow their systemised methodology to manage the dangerous goods risks identified at your worksite.
Why not get in contact with STOREMASTA today and request a consultation. The field auditing team are ready to get the risks associated with the Dangerous Goods at your worksite safely controlled. STOREMASTA enable you to confidently get on with business knowing you comply with Australian WHS Regulations and Dangerous Goods Standards.
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