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Safe Work Australia seeks feedback on new GHS rollout

06 June, 2019

Safe Work Australia is seeking feedback as it looks to adopt version seven of the Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labelling of Chemicals.

Avery GHS Chemical Labelling

01 August, 2018

Avery GHS ultra-resistant chemical-grade labels provide users with a Best Practice Risk Reduction position.

Avery Ultra-Resistant Labels

01 June, 2018

Avery's Ultra-Resistant Labels are engineered to take on harsh industrial environments, delivering maximum performance for outdoor applications.

Avery DIY Asset Management Labels

01 April, 2018

Avery DIY Asset Management Labels are engineered specifically for the task of labelling.

Avery industrial labels

15 November, 2017

Avery industrial labels are designed to enhance safety and productivity, preventing a host of problems caused by using standard paper labels that are not designed for industrial applications.

Asbestos petition presented in Geneva

04 May, 2017

A global petition against the asbestos industry has been delivered to the president of the COP Rotterdam Convention.

BradyJet J5000 colour label printer

29 March, 2017

The BradyJet J5000 colour label printer creates photo-quality colour labels for indoor use in a single pass, while reducing label supply inventory and waste.

Pall Mall Orange Glow safety sign range

29 November, 2010

The Orange Glow range of safety signs is available in both A-frame and safety cones. The colouring of the safety signs is bold, instantly noticeable even in areas of low light rating. Its glow effect attracts instant attention.

Floorsafe International line-marking paint

28 September, 2010 by

The Floorsafe International line-marking paint has been designed for roads, factory floors, parking areas, crossings and steps.

BaySpec 1st Guard Raman analyser

28 September, 2010 by

The handheld Raman analyser 1st Guard from BaySpec is designed to identify hazardous materials, unknown chemical substances and industrial-grade materials, allowing personnel to quickly and accurately identify unknown chemical substances on the spot.

Pro Quip colour-coded jerry can range

28 September, 2010

Pro Quip has expanded its range of colour-coded jerry cans for fuels and liquids which is now being implemented by all emergency services. This can assist users to be aware of what colour relates to what fluid, with each colour identified by a clear colour-coded tag and sticker confirming the contents.

ShopSignarama online design and ordering service

02 June, 2010 by

The ShopSignarama online service can streamline the designing and ordering of signs, allowing users to fully customise their signs in a matter of minutes and to order them 24 hours a day.

Retractable safety barriers

23 September, 2009 by

The range of Q Director Stackable Retractable safety barriers is finished in brushed stainless steel with 2 m long webbing belts in black, red or blue. Each base is covered in a long-wearing carpet, so when stacked they will not scratch or chip the units underneath.

Ground signage

09 June, 2009 by

Concrete Graphics ground signage is printed on an aluminium foil backing which moulds to the surface of the ground and forms to grooves and crevasses, giving the appearance of painted concrete.

Addition of explosives to Dangerous Substances Act

22 September, 2008

The Tasmanian government has passed legislation scheduling some explosives as 'security- sensitive dangerous substances' under the Security-sensitive Dangerous Substances Act 2005 (SDSS), tightening the regulations and requiring those with unrestricted access to those products to now obtain SDSS permits.

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