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Safety Signs - For Perth Workplaces


All Safety products have a wide range of safety signs available for your business. The MAXSafe signs are designed to meet AS 1319 which provides outlines on specific parameters for Safety Signs in an occupational environment.


MAXSafe Safety Signs are manufactured in Australia using only the best quality materials: colorbond metal, Australian made poly and UV treated corflute.

Combined with this, all signs are printed using UV resistant inks. This improved the longevity of the sign and allows them to be placed in all different types of locations.

9 Reasons To Choose All Safety Products

  1. We offer a huge selection of products and can deliver all across Australia. We can usually get most orders to you within 24 hours within Perth.
  2. We have links with some of the best accredited Australian suppliers of medical supply equipment and fire safety products.
  3. Our prices are substantially lower than our competitors this is due to having very low overheads, a clear delivery procedure and we are able to purchase our stock at lower prices. We pass these savings to our customers.
  4. Our network of websites are easily found online and we ranked highly by Google.
  5. Express delivery within Australia
  6. All Safety are able to work with councils, retail businesses, architects and builders to supply large orders at wholesale prices.
  7. Our team have an excellent knowledge of the products we sell. If you have any questions then just ask.
  8. Its easy to buy products at our online store. Just browse the categories and select your product.
  9. Our business is constantly evolving and we are always adding new products to our range. If you feel we are missing any item then we would be pleased on investigating stocking this.

Work place safety

Everyone has the right to a safe work environment, no matter what workplace they operate in. All work environments must undertake constant risk assessment and comply with safety regulations and this applies in particular to the mining, manufacturing and construction industries, as they present a higher risk work environment. The city of Perth is positioned as a hub for many fly-in fly-out mine workers, as well as playing host to numerous construction projects, which means there are a significant number of people employed in these industries in Western Australia. 

The most common safety item to be found in the workplace is personal safety equipment which includes eye protection, ear plugs, sunscreen, hard hats and gloves, to name a few. These 'tools of the trade' are specifically designed to help keep you safe while at work.

 It is the shared responsibility of management and employees to ensure safety regulations are followed. WorkSafeWA provides further guidelines to assist employers in providing adequate safety equipment for their employees and encourages workers to constantly think about safety as they operate machinery and go through their daily tasks. With practice, both employees and employers can integrate assessing safety into their everyday routine, thus making the workplace a safer place for everyone. 

If you would like to contact us about workplace safety products for your business then please call 1300 210 409

To purchase workplace safety products online please visit our online shop: click here

The importance of an emergency car safety kit

We all know that things can happen in a split second − one moment you are driving along humming to tunes and the next moment a kangaroo has jumped in your path or your car breaks down, forcing you to pull over to the side of the road. It is in these moments that you need to be prepared, and that's where having an emergency car safety kit in your vehicle can be invaluable because chances are a break-down will occur outside cities like Perth, on isolated roads in the middle of nowhere, in inclement weather, with poor mobile reception.

If you are forced to pull over to the side of the road, the items in your emergency car safety kit will help to ensure you remain safe until help arrives. A typical kit is comprised of a number of key items, including a first aid kit, a reflector warning triangle, a high-visibility vest, gloves, clear safety glasses, seat belt cutter, window hammer, torch and a red flashing warning light.

An emergency car safety kit is truly a blessing in disguise, normally stowed away in the boot and forgotten about, but don't leave home without one because there may come a day when you sigh in relief for its existence. The Boy Scouts surely had it right with their motto: 'Always be prepared.'

Please view our car safety kits for purchase on our online store please click here

Prepare your Home for an Emergency such as Cyclone, Storm or Bushfire

Living in Australia we are all exposed to vast range of natural hazards and emergency situations which it is important to be prepared for.

One of the most important steps you can take to help prepare for an emergency is to make sure that you have a Household Emergency Kit, First Aid Kit and Evacuation Kit. Please see a full list of our Emergency Kits for sale on our website click here

Your Emergency Kit should include a selection of your household’s essential needs in the event of emergencies like bushfires, storms, floods and cyclones.

Your kit should be kept in a sturdy, easy to carry bag or waterproof storage box and stored in a safe place that is easy to access

All Safety - Suggested items to have in an emergency: 

Here are a list of essential items to have in your kit at all times and extra essentials to add to your kit during storm and cyclone seasons for when weather warnings are issued.

Staying 'Fire Safe' this Winter.

Take these simple steps to prevent fire

  1. Keep flammable materials away from heaters or a fires
  2. Don't leave candles unattended and don't smoke in bed.
  3. Check Electric blankets - they've been known to catch on fire on the beds, they can smoulder away and of course the house can catch on fire and lives have been lost because of them.
  4. Try to make sure you turn off electrical items when hopping into bed.
  5. Don't overuse extension cordss. An overheated cord is like an out-of-control electric heater.
  6. Never store flammable liquids near ignition sources. Keep flammable liquids or materials in approved containers.
  7. Educate your children not to play with lighters or matches.
  8. Check appliances 
  9. Ensure you have working smoke detectors.

Remember it is always important to be fire safe, Make sure you home has a fire blanket, fire extinguisher and first aid kit.

Do you trucks comply with the NTC "Australian Dangerous Goods Code"?

It is legislated that for vehicles to comply with the requirements set out in the Australian Dangerous Goods Code they must carry the following:

  • Personal Protective clothing
  • Safety Equipment
  • Documentation

Get you compliant Dangerous Goods Kit today click here or call 1300 210 409 for a bulk discount.

Dangerous Goods Kit

 

 

Do your “trucks” comply with the NTC ”Australian Dangerous Goods Code”

 

It is "LEGISLATED" that for vehicles to comply with the requirements set out in the Australian Dangerous Goods Code they “must” carry the above “ PERSONAL PROTECTIVE, SAFETY EQUIPMENT & DOCUMENTATION“

 

                                                             

 

        

                              

All Safety Products - New Catalogue

We are very pleased to announce the launch of our new product catalogue for 2013.

 
 
 

How to apply an eye pad, shield, and bandage

Before performing any eye procedure:

  • Wash your hands (and afterwards too).
  • Position the patient comfortably with head supported.
  • Avoid distraction for yourself and the patient.
  • Ensure good lighting.
  • Always explain to the patient what you are going to do.