Hazardous chemicals

This document outlines the criteria for how to find hazardous chemicals that could be added to or removed from the 

This guide helps manufacturers and importers correctly classify 

If you are a person conducting a business or undertaking and you store, handle or use hazardous chemicals, you must put up signs to let workers and visitors know about the dangers of the hazardous

Each jurisdiction in Australia has its own system of explosives regulation.

Safe Work Australia is reviewing the workplace exposure standards (WES) for airborne contaminants to ensure they are based on the highest quality, contemporary evidence and supported by a rigorous

Classification is the systematic identification of a chemical’s hazards. It determines what information must be included on labels and Safety Data Sheets (SDS) to comply with

Hazardous chemicals can be dangerous if they are not properly managed.  

If you have carcinogens at your workplace, you must manage the risks they pose.

A carcinogen is something that can cause cancer. Find out about carcinogens – what they are, how to identify them, and which ones are prohibited or restricted for use in the workplace. 

Health monitoring is the monitoring of a worker by doctors to identify changes in their health status because of exposure to certain substances. If you are a person conducting a business or underta