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  • A register has been set up listing all chemicals on site, In chemwatch or similar.

  • Hard copy SDS are available for all chemicals on site.<br>Critical Risk Ref. 9.3

  • Risk assessment requirements have been identified, and risk assessment conducted as required.<br>Critical Risk Ref. 9.1

  • Chemicals are stored in designated storage areas and containers when not in use, with sufficient bunding to contain potential spills/leakage.<br>Critical Risk Ref. 9.5

  • Auditors to conduct visual versification that sources of ignition are segregated from flammable chemicals.<br>Critical Risk Ref. 9.4

  • Chemicals have been reviewed for comparability, and storage areas separated if required.<br>Critical Risk Ref. 9.4

  • Where chemicals have been decanted, there containers are labelled accordingly (unknown chemicals should be isolated with 'caution, unknown substance, do not use' and disposed as per local waste management requirements)<br>Critical Risk Ref. 9.2

  • The controls listed on the SDS's have been included in the safe working methodology (i.e. PPE requirements of the SDS are in the SWMS or JHA) and emergency response equipment is a available (i.e Eyewash, spill kit p, fire extinguisher etc)

  • Where activities being undertaken on site include the use of chemicals, the control measures identified in controls such as SWMS, risk assessment or SDS are being applied.<br>Critical Risk Ref. 9.1

  • Conduct interview with workers to ensure awareness of the requirements in relation to the use of chemicals on site including the availability and use of SDS.<br>Critical Risk Ref. 9.1 & 9.2

  • Where quantities of chemicals on site exceed prescribed threshold amounts, manifests have been prepared and emergency control arrangements prepared and communicated as required.

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