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Dangerous Goods Segregation Chart

A practical segregation chart

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Separate incompatible chemicals with our dangerous goods segregation chart

To reduce the risk of violent chemical reactions, it's important to segregate incompatible dangerous goods. 

Violent reactions between incompatible dangerous goods can cause fires, explosions and produce pugnet toxic and corrosive gases. These violent reactions can harm people, destroy property and pollute the environment. You can protect your organisations people, property and environment by isolating incompatible dangerous goods using our dangerous goods segregation chart. This dangerous goods segregation chart will allow you to:

  • Identify which Classes dangerous goods must be isolated and stored in separate storage cabinets
  • Identify which Classes of dangerous goods must be segregated by at least 5 meters.
  • Identify which Classes of dangerous goods must be kept apart by at least 3 meters.
  • Identify which classes of dangerous goods may be compatible or react dangerously. These substances require consultation with safety data sheets to determine their compatibility.
  • Identify which classes of dangerous goods are compatible and can be safely stored together.

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