Dangerous Goods License
Under certain circumstances companies may require a dangerous goods license from the government for the storage of chemicals classified as dangerous goods.
The critical activity is the volume of the dangerous goods you are storing and the type of products that can affect the criteria at which you need a licence.
The more severe the dangerous goods hazard measure the lower the licensing volume threshold.
Some high danger chemicals have a threshold of just 500kg for the license requirement.
At higher volume levels you may also be classified as a major hazard facility (MHF) with additional responsibilities.
We can explain and advise on whether your business is currently operating above or below dangerous goods licensing requirements.
There can be prosecution and severe fines if a business operates above the license threshold without the necessary government regulatory approval.
We are able to provide support and guidance in the dangerous goods license application process through government accredited dangerous goods consultants who we work with on this activity.
They visit your site, audit your current facilities, procedures and systems and then help in the submission of necessary paperwork.
This will ensure you meet all the necessary controls before you submit your license application.
Please Call General Manager Craig Watt on 0434 928178 to discuss your particular needs.