Guidelines and Advantages of Using Denios Chemical Storage Units
Denios Engineering offers Hazardous material solutions to many companies out there, should you ever need a chemical storage facility or services. Below are some guidelines that are recommended by Denios Engineering to be used in all of their Hazmat storage units.
All chemicals received into stock should be dated upon receipt.
The stock from the previous delivery has to be used first before embarking on the stock that has just arrived.
Stocktaking should be done at least once a year.
Chemicals should be stored separately and in protected areas away from other items that might need storage.
This storage unit should be put far away from where people are working.
The cabinets or storage areas have to be labeled to know where each chemical has to be placed depending on the toxicity level.
It is a requirement to label all of the chemical products and tag them before storage. Information such as what the bottle contains, the date it was received, and when it is expected to expire, should be captured.
Flammable chemicals should not be put in standard home use refrigerators.
Avoid storing chemicals directly on the ground, even on a temporary basis inside the storage unit.
These units usually have shelves that can store these chemicals up to eye level. This is to allow easy visibility in case there is corrosion of the chemical containers or even if the chemicals have expired without necessarily having to place them on the floor to do this.
Shelves of the Denios chemical storage units have a lip around all sides to prevent any bottle from toppling and falling down which might lead to further damages.
The other benefit is that they have metal shelving that holds the flammable chemical products to reduce fire dangers.
All chemicals should be put far away from the sink in this storage unit. This is because some chemicals might become explosive once they get into contact with moisture or water.
This storage unit should be put up away from where there is a huge population of people most of the time.
The Denios chemical storage unit, lockers or cabinets should be secured when not in use.
All chemicals should be stored in a cool and dry place as a general rule of thumb.
All the bottles inside the storage unit, have to be closed tightly. This is an essential housekeeping practice alongside ensuring all chemicals are placed in the right container.
The Denios chemical storage unit should have emergency toll free numbers in case of an accident.
The storage unit must have a smoke detector as well as a fire extinguisher in the location it is situated.
Personnel working with any hazardous materials inside this Denios storage facility should be trained in the storage and handling of those materials in the following areas, spill procedures, first aid disposal procedures, etc.