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Hazardous Substance Cabinet

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Holds 14 ltr., Manual-Close, 90cm x 46cm x 90cm
As Low As £208.05 (Ex. VAT)
Hazardous Substance Cabinets comply with the control of hazardous substances in all working environments.  Read More

PRICING (Based on quantity)

£219.00
(Ex. VAT)
£208.05
(Ex. VAT)

Description & Specifications

Hazardous Substance Cabinets comply with the control of hazardous substances in all working environments.
  • Enables the separate storage of hazardous substances as demanded by the CoSHH regulations
  • “No snag” handles with 2-point locking
  • Spill-retaining, galvanised shelf is adjustable to accommodate various container sizes
  • Integral liquid-tight sump in base of cabinet collects and controls leaks and spills
  • New regulation labels enclosed allow the cabinet to be identified to suit regulations or liquids
  • Additional Shelves and Support Stand available separately
Dimensions 90cm W x 46cm D x 90cm H
Locking Mechanism Keyed (2 Included)
Outdoor Use Not for Outdoor Use
Shelves 1 - Adjustable Shelf
Sold as 1 each
Weight 39 kg
Composition 0.9mm Mild Steel Cabinet with Galvanised Shelf
Capacity 14 ltr.
Door Style Manual-Close
Type For Flammables

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Additional Information

  • HS(G) 51
    Provides guidance on the control measures you could adopt for the safe storage of containers containing flammable liquids. It sets out the steps which need to be taken to control the risks of fire and explosion. The guidance applies to all storage locations whether in the open air, or in specifically designed buildings, rooms or cabinets.
  • The Control of Substances Hazardous to Health Regulations 2002
    Known as the COSHH Regulations, they provide a legal framework to protect people against health risks from hazardous substances used at work. All employers have to consider how COSHH applies to their work by assessing the risks, deciding what precautions are needed, preventing or controlling exposure, ensuring that control measures are used and maintained, monitoring exposure, and ensuring that employees are properly informed, trained and supervised.
  • The Dangerous Substances and Explosive Atmospheres Regulations 2002 (DSEAR)
    Dangerous substances can put peoples' safety at risk from fire and explosion. DSEAR puts duties on employers and the self-employed to protect people from risks to their safety from fires, explosions and similar events in the workplace, this includes members of the public who may be put at risk by work activity. Dangerous substances are any substances used or present at work that could, if not properly controlled, cause harm to people as a result of a fire or explosion. They can be found in nearly all workplaces and include such things as solvents, paints, varnishes, flammable gases, such as liquid petroleum gas (LPG), dusts from machining and sanding operations and dusts from foodstuffs.

Disclaimers

Flammable Cabinets Notice

50 litres is the maximum volume of any flammable liquid with a flash point below 32°C that may be stored in a flame-resistant cabinet within a workroom, regardless of the total cabinet capacity.