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Safety First


Allied conducts its chemical and transportation operations in accordance with applicable standards and regulations and also cooperates closely with the industry’s national and regional associations.

Allied is a long-standing member of the NACD, and we are fully committed to its guiding principles.  We are proud to be a third-party verified member since 1998, and we continue to maintain our commitment to continuous improvement in health, safety, security, and enforcement performance of our operations.

Allied Universal Believes in a Firm Commitment to Responsible Distribution

Responsible Distribution     is a mandatory third-party verified environmental, health, safety & security program that lets members demonstrate their commitment to continuous performance improvement in every phase of chemical manufacturing, storage, handling, transportation, and disposal. National Association of Chemical Distributors (NACD) members play a leadership role in their communities as information resources and are eager to provide the same assistance and guidance to local, state, and federal legislators on technical issues relating to the safe handling, storage, transportation, use, and disposal of chemical products.





NACD Verified

Allied Universal Corporation is proud to be affiliated with these professional and community organizations:

Brevard County Alzheimer’s Association

Baptist Hospital Zoo Kids Dash Run

Baptist Hospital Breast Cancer Fundraiser

American Stroke Association

American Water Works Association

ASPI Pool Professionals


Children’s Resource Center – Miami, Florida

Chlorine Institute

Crohn’s & Colitis Foundation of America

Florida Treasure Coast LEPC, District X

Florida Tampa Bay LEPC, District XII

Florida International University Foundation Board

Florida State Fire College

Glynn County, Georgia LEPC Member

South Florida Local Emergency Planning Council

Hibiscus Children’s Center

National Association of Chemical Distributors

National Sanitation Foundation

Northeast Florida Local Emergency Planning Council

Rural Waterworks Association

National Spa & Pool Institute

Susan Komen Breast Cancer Association

Tampa Fire Fighters, #7

The Chemical Education Foundation


West Kendall Baptist Hospital Board


Emergency Information 

FOR IMMEDIATE EMERGENCY ASSISTANCE DIAL 911. Spills or releases of certain chemicals may require immediate notification (within 15 minutes of knowledge of occurrence).

Hazardous Response Teams

Highly trained and experienced personnel make up our Hazardous Response Teams. We assist local, regional, and state emergency response teams as needed to stop releases of chlorine, sulfur dioxide, sodium hypochlorite, or any other products produced or packaged for sale by Allied. 

Our emergency hotline can be reached 24 hours a day / 7 days a week by calling 786-522-0207. An employee will be notified immediately and your call will be returned promptly. Leave your phone number, with area code, and the reason for your call.

Have the following information ready:

  •          Your company name

  •          Your name and/or name of additional contact persons

  •          Telephone number of the contact person

  •          The exact location of the incident, including site entrance requirements

  •          Name and quantity of chemical involved

  •          Description of incident (i.e. leaking valve)

  •          Weather conditions

  •          Any injuries and/or evacuations

  •          Identify any emergency services already involved (i.e. local public responders)

  •          The Allied facility servicing your location

Our hazardous material response teams do not perform any clean-up operations, but Allied works with several environmental mitigation companies who perform these services.  

Emergency Information
Technical Services

Many members of our management team are part of The Chlorine Institute’s board, issue teams, and task groups, as well as the National Association of Chemical Distributors.  In addition, we serve as chairperson on several committees. 

Typical Requests:

  • Product physical & chemical properties

  • SDS Sheets

  • Chlorine Institute’s technical literature

  • Assistance in solving process issues

  • Materials of construction

  • Assistance with design

  • Safety Training

  • Information for general chemical awareness training

  • Hands-on safety training for 2000# & 150# containers

  • General Technical Help


Technical Services
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