Australia’s leading manufacturer of secure safe custody and storage systems, Store-Safe , has unveiled the establishment of a Perth-based office to service the growing Western Australian market.
According to Store-Safe, the opening of its new Perth office now meant that Store-Safe now had complete national representation.
Store-Safe’s focus over the past has been the eastern Australian market, however, with Western Australia’s strong economy, growth and further development of the mining industry, it seemed to be a prudent move to open an office in Perth.
Store-Safe can now offer businesses and industry in the west, a premium range of secure safe storage facilities including dangerous goods stores, cabinets and handling equipment as well as security tool boxes, cabinets, container style buildings and specialised facilities that comply with all OH&S specifications.
Store-Safe also announced the appointment of Jenny Brannan as Store-Safe’s Western Australian branch manager.
Jenny has the experience and track-record to ensure that Store-Safe’s interests are well managed. Jenny’s strong background in sales and client account management will enhance Store-Safe’s position in a market that it has not really accessed in the past.
According to Store-Safe, while the mining industries offered tremendous sales potential, the new Australian Standard for the storage of dangerous materials meant that Store-Safe will be providing a product that was not easily available in the West.
The introduction of Australian Standard 1940/2004 has meant that business owners are responsible for not only the correct storage of dangerous goods; they are now responsible for self assessment. Non-compliance could mean an expensive penalty.