Managing incompatible goods
Find out what workplaces should consider in the storing of incompatible hazardous chemicals.
Information on techniques used to separate dangerous goods, including the use of distance or inert materials, cut-off storage, and detached storage.
Use our segregation tool for dangerous goods to better minimise the risk of storing incompatible hazardous chemicals/goods.
In managing incompatible hazardous chemicals, workplaces should also think about including spill clean-up equipment, non-dangerous goods, and situations involving small quantities of hazardous chemicals.
- Last updated
- 04 April 2017
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