General requirements and safety solutions are illustrated below for proper chemical storage.
- Chemicals must be stored away from heat and direct sunlight. Sunlight and heat might deteriorate storage containers and labels and could possibly ignite the chemical being stored.
- Segregate incompatible chemicals. Incompatible materials can be stored separately with a solid partition wall or a separate storage building.
- Keep your storage maintained with the proper ventilation system or temperature control systems
- Keep flammable storage in a proper flammable storage container
- Properly label the chemical storage with the correct expiration date
- Ensure that a secondary containment sump is being utilized in the case of a chemical spill or leak
- Thorough research must be completed before putting a chemical in a chemical storage building
- Shelving and racks should have enough clearance when storing hazardous materials
- Do not stockpile chemicals
- Monitor your chemical inventory accordingly
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