Dangerous Goods Signage

Collection: Dangerous Goods Signage

Do you have clear and compliant Dangerous Goods signage for every hazardous substance you carry at the jobsite? To meet the requirements of WHS Regulations and Australian Safety Standards you must display proper dangerous goods diamonds for each primary and subsidiary risk.

When you purchase a Storemasta Hazard Sign or DG Diamond, you know you’re on the path to dangerous goods safety and compliance.

Chemical Safety Signage

Storemasta offer a wide range of Dangerous Goods Class Signs. Each sign is hardwearing and manufactured right here in Australia. The range includes everything from Class 1 Explosive signs through to Class 3 Flammable Liquids signs and Class 9 Miscellaneous Dangerous Goods signage.

Safety Signage

We also offer a wide range of mandatory signs and Hazard Signs including No Smoking signs, Danger signs, GHS symbols. Storemasta also stocks Emergency Eyewash and Safety Shower Signage, so your staff can easily identify emergency decontamination facilities in the event of an accident.

Safety signs are often lost, broken or misplaced — especially on a busy outdoor worksite where loads and machinery are always on the go. Is your signage still fully compliant? It might be time for a replacement.

Expert Advice on Dangerous Goods Signage

If you need to order a new Dangerous Goods Sign or Hazard Sign, we’re here to help. Reach out to our Dangerous Goods Storage Consultants today for further assistance with purchasing or replacing Dangerous Goods Signage in your workplace.

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    Australian Government Defence
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    Big River Pork
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    Blue Lion Moving Services
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    Burnet Institute
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    CT – Catholic Education
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    Deakin University
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    Snowy Hydro
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Get the answer with FAQs.

What are the requirements for Dangerous Goods Signage?

You are required to have the relevant Dangerous Goods Signage, otherwise known as placards, installed in entry ways to alert people to the chemicals and hazards in that area. You should install compliant Dangerous Goods Signs in areas that store, handle or manufacture dangerous goods.

Are there different dangerous goods class signs?

Yes. For every class and division of dangerous goods, there is a corresponding Dangerous Goods Sign. These signs are in the shape of a diamond and are required under law. All dangerous goods classes from Class 1 Explosives to Class 9 Miscellaneous Dangerous Goods have an applicable sign, with extra signs required for sub risks and divisions.

How do I know what signage to use?

Refer to your safety data sheet and the applicable Australian Standard to determine the Dangerous Goods Signs and Safety Signs required for your workplace. You must always placard your workplace with the relevant Dangerous Goods Diamond. You may also be required to add additional Hazard Signage to alert people of hazards in the area, such as ‘No Smoking, No Ignition Source’ signs or ‘Corrosive Material’ signs.