Application: The safety document storage holders in either polyethylene or aluminium are ideal for storing any important documents such as SDS', Instruction Manuals etc. and keeping them safe from the elements.
Specifications - Polyethylene
Made from rugged and robust polyethylene, this safety document storage holder has been designed to keep important documents safe from the elements and on hand when required immediately.
- Front opening box with hinged top allows easy storage and removal of documents.
- High visibility yellow ensures the safety document storage box is prominent in your workplace.
- Each box includes three self adhesive labels: MSDS, Emergency Information and Instruction Manual.
- All polyethylene construction is weather and water resistant, UV stable and compatible with a range of chemicals.
- The safety document storage holder features a small locking ring which can be secured or locked to prevent unauthorised access to contents.
- Use in workshops large and small and wherever chemicals are stored handled or dispensed.
- Ideal for worksites, caravans, boats, trailers and vehicles for storing important documents, licences or even personal effects.
- Document storage holder enables fast and easy access to documents in one location.
Specifications - Aluminium
- Labels included with each document holder:
- "SDS Safety Data Sheets" and "Instruction Manuals"
- Waterproof and lockable.
- Fully Lockable
- All polyethylene construction available, resists most chemicals.
- Aluminium construction available for a super tough, robust option.
- SDS Holders need to be placed at the entrances of any site storing dangerous goods.
- Mount on cabinets, equipment or walls for quick access to information at point-of-use.
Use a safety document storage holder for items such as:
- Safety data sheets
- Instruction manuals
- Technical data sheets
- Records and logs
- Operating instructions
- Need to know information
- Emergency plans and procedures
Did you know…?
The Occupational Safety and Health Regulations 1996 (WA) require manufacturers and suppliers to determine whether a chemical they supply is hazardous. If the chemical is classified as hazardous, then a Safety Data Sheet (SDS) must be supplied which is then readily accessible to users of the chemical. This access should be as close to the work area as reasonably practicable.
A SDS must be written in English, must contain certain information and must be less than five years old. SDS should not be confused with a product specification sheet, which provides information on characteristics of the product and directions for use.
An SDS holder keeps these important documents secure and readily available to users whilst protecting them from moisture, dirt etc.
Polyethylene - SDSHPE
Metal - SDSHA
Aluminium - SDSHA
There are price differences between the different materials. See website for more details.
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