Dangerous Goods Cabinet Inspection
DG Cabinet Servicing
Will your Dangerous Goods cabinets protect your team in the event of an emergency?
Dangerous Goods cabinets are often poorly maintained or being used inappropriately, creating greater risks to the workplace. Our DG Cabinet Inspection service will test the performance of your units against the requirements of the Australian Standards as well as ensuring they are being used appropriately to reduce the risks associated with storing Dangerous Goods.
How it works
Our competently trained Environmental Technicians will conduct an inspection on each of your DG Cabinets, identifying any non-conformances with the relevant Australian Standard (AS 1940, AS 3780, AS 2714 & AS 4452) using our 38 point checklist. Where required and if possible, all non-conformances will be rectified and replacement parts and signage fitted. Each unit is cleaned and an inspection tag fitted that is stamped to record the date of inspection.
We will subsequently provide a written report documenting the result of the inspection. The report uses a colour coded system to identify areas that are Verified (green), Rectified (blue) and Non-compliant –action required (red).
Each report will include before and after photos of the unit in operation, results of the inspection, and if applicable the actions that are required to achieve compliance.
Any significant issues will be brought to the attention of the site contact before leaving site.
Our staff will send the report and review the required actions with the designated site representative.