Regular scheduled service maintenance testing assessments and audits conducted by our SEPMAR qualified trained Technicians in attendance are an important part of any workplace safety program. Depending on the hazards, risks and environmental conditions schedules for some sites range from either every month or quarterly (3 monthly) and or bi-annual (6 monthly) schedules. They help to identify potential hazards and ensure that safety measures are in place to protect employees and visitors from harm. These scheduled attendances can also reduce your insurance costs, talk to your insurance company about this, here are also some other reasons why these various scheduled assessments or audits are important for the following needs:
Automated Dangerous Goods Storage Scheduled Maintenance Testing & Assessments:
As SEPMAR is a global manufacturer of these with a comprehensive understanding of relevant Australian & International Standards, proper storage in these fully automated dangerous goods is crucial to prevent major incidents, accidents, and injuries in the workplace. Again, some sites require scheduled attendances every month or 3 monthly or 6 monthly maintenances to ensure that the cabinet is functioning correctly to Australian & International Standards with fully automated self-closing and self-locking function, most requiring a dual door sequential closing system for one door with an overlapping safety seal to wait for the underlapping door to close first to form the correct safety seal with no human interaction. Our SEPMAR qualified Technicians trained in this will also help to identify issues with storage facilities such as leaks, spills, or inadequate ventilation. also correct storage requirements for different types of dangerous goods are being followed.
Emergency Safety Shower, Eye/Face Wash Stations Scheduled Maintenance Testing Inspections:
Emergency Safety Showers are essential safety equipment in workplaces where risk range from hazardous chemicals to simple dust contaminants in eyes can be very painful or serious loss of vision if a nasty chemical splash occurs. These regular scheduled maintenance inspections by our qualified SEPMAR Technicians with some sites again ranging from monthly to 3 monthly or 6 monthly schedules where correct manufacturer parts used will honour manufacturer warrantee and ensure that the equipment is in good working condition and ready to use in case of an emergency. Also, with service maintenance there is a requirement to change consumable parts, some brands need 3 to 7 filters to be replaced. Qualified Technicians will also identify any damage or wear and tear on the equipment, any environmental issues and ensure that it is installed and maintained correctly.
Pallet Racking Scheduled Inspections: Pallet racking is used to store heavy items in warehouses and other workplaces. Depending on the hazards, risks and environmental conditions schedules for some sites range from either every month or 3 monthly and or 6 monthly attendance inspections can identify any damage or wear and tear on the racking, which can cause it to collapse and cause serious injuries. Inspections can also ensure that the racking is installed and maintained correctly.
Workshop Storage Assessments: Workshops often contain a range of hazardous materials, tools, and equipment. Again, depending on the hazards, risks and environmental conditions schedules for some sites range from either every month to 3 monthly and or 6 monthly assessments can identify any potential hazards, such as improperly stored chemicals, blocked exits, or unsecured tools. Assessments can also ensure that safety procedures are being followed, such as using personal protective equipment (PPE) and following safe work practices.
Spill Response Kit Servicing: Spill response kits are essential for responding to spills of hazardous materials. Again, depending on the hazards, risks and environmental conditions schedules for some sites range from either every month to 3 monthly and or 6 monthly servicing can ensure that the kit is fully stocked and in good working condition. Servicing can also identify any expired or damaged items that need to be replaced.
These regular scheduled service maintenance testing assessments help to identify potential hazards, ensure that safety equipment is in good working condition, and ensure that safety procedures are being followed. By conducting maintenance, assessments or audits, workplaces can help to prevent accidents and injuries and promote a culture of safety and reduce your insurance costs.
To book in an assessment of your workplace, get in touch with SEPMAR today.
Some cabinets have 7 to 14 moving parts consisting of high-tension springs and levers requiring regular calibrations and adjustments to function correctly to Australian Standards.
The SEPMAR brand has a unique patented dual door sequential closing system with just one moving part made of ally means no faulting and no spark risk. Trials on remote sites with limited access using SEPMAR cabinet and their computer machined generic parts means any damaged parts required will fit in the same place in every cabinet should damage occur ensuring easy part replacement.