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Welcome to

30 Years

of Experience

Thank you for visiting SEPMAR, a WA specialist in the storage and transportation of dangerous goods.

Our name stands for ‘Safety Equipment, Preventative Maintenance and Repair’, and we’re fully equipped to provide Dangerous Goods Cabinets along with expertise regarding the handling and storage of potentially hazardous materials.

SEPMAR is a Western Australian owned and operated company, we were established in 1995 in Perth and have gone on to become a regional leader in the manufacture, supply, installation, maintenance and repair of Dangerous Goods Cabinets and other high-quality products.

In our three decades of operation, we’ve built a strong network of relationships with many Australian companies and a reputation that speaks for itself.



Darren McKercher


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S.E.P.M.A.R.s history dates back some 30 years, originally conducting supply, servicing and training of portable fire fighting equipment. From that experience with the safety industry it was identified that there was a void in technician support for companies using safety cabinets that automatically self-close and lock.

These cabinets had from 7 to 14 moving parts that would make this self-closing, locking function work, these other brands of safety cabinets construction were restrictive to the user and when subject to consistent force this would cause damage and faulting of that closing action.

The user would also be decanting the contents from these safety cabinets and usually nearby would be safety showers and or eye wash stations which contain filters and valves that would become blocked or seize due to various elements. The dispersion of water had to be accurate and measurable to correctly isolate the affected area of a person contaminated requiring first aid.

S.E.P.M.A.R. was formulated in 1995 to specialise in this niche field of safety equipment where our role was to support the companies using this particular safety equipment wanting to guarantee that their safety showers or eye wash stations would work in case of an emergency and the safety cabinets function correctly on a daily basis to prevent the risks of spills, contamination, combustion causing explosion or exposure to naked sparks causing fire.

We are proud to work with these companies


Resulting from repetitive repairs to other brands of safety cabinets with their many moving parts S.E.P.M.A.R. invented (patented) their unique single action only one moving part dual door sequential closing system for the effective closing of insulated double doors fitted with over and underlapping safety seals.

S.E.P.M.A.R. further enhanced this by using alloy parts at contact points to reduce the sparking risk of iron metal contact points currently used by other brands. The free moving non-restrictive action of S.E.P.M.A.R.s device used with external spring bound pin hinges allowed for the doors to open 270 degrees while other brands would only allow for 90 to 180 degrees.


S.E.P.M.A.R. has expanded our manufactured product distribution Australia wide, as well as to New Zealand and internationally with the ability to supply complete sea container freight loads to a wholesale market direct to the clients port of choice.<p>
S.E.P.M.A.R. is a family owned and operated company with a combined safety industry experience of 60 years and uses trade qualified local Australian and international companies.


  • S.E.P.M.A.R. safety cabinets are manufactured to Australian Standards 1940 – 2004
  • Shower eye wash equipment to AS.4775 – 2007 – Fire Resistant File Cabinets and Storage items are manufactured by an approved CNACL, No. 0179 also AL National Certificate, No. 062 and MA National Certificate, No. L0465 company Transport Segregation Units, approval number: 30594
  • Tested by certified Engineers for N.A.T.A. (National Australian Testing Authority) requirements of the specification for Segregation Devices Supplement 3 to the ADG Code 6th Ed. (FTE Test Report number: 4399)
  • Fire equipment manufacture to Australian Standards 1851