The U.K NO1 DSEAR Risk Assessment Specialists

Locations » Kent

Comma Oils

The challenge

A visit was made to Comma Oils site in Gravesend November 2016 to consider compliance with the Dangerous Substances and Explosive Atmospheres Regulations 2002 (DSEAR). Operations incorporate storage, blending and filling of various liquid components into finished (from 205L drummed to 5L containers) products. It was found that key flammable…

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Sulzer Pumps - Ashford

The challenge

As part of the Sulzer Dowding Mills group the site provides a repair service to a range of industries and has both electrical and pumps divisions on the same site. The electrical division has been on site for around 20 years; whereas the pumps division came onto the site…

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Knauf

The challenge

The Knauf UK Ltd site at Sittingbourne, Kent, is a large continuous plasterboard production site with finished product going to the construction industry. Part of the process involves use of combustible dusts and gas fired equipment.

A key element relates to findings associated with the impact from flammable substances in…

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Landmarc ISS

The Challenge

Landmarc ISS manages extensive training and operational facilities for the Defence Infrastructure Organisation (DIO). The DIO requested an update and review of Hazardous Areas within their training establishments nationally. As part of this we tendered for and won 2 of the 6 regional contracts.

The Solution Provided

Extensive travel was involved…

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DS Smith - Sittingbourne

The Challenge

DS Smith’s Kelmsley mill continuously produces card and cardboard for the packaging markets. An internal audit identified a requirement for the powder storage and handling facilities to have DSEAR risk assessments.

The Solution

A visit was carried out to site in July 2017 to survey and assess the starch storage, handling…

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Helios

The challenge

Helios Homeopathy Ltd is a well-established homoeopathic pharmacy; who manufacture their own remedies and provide expert advice. As part of the manufacturing processes at its site in Tunbridge Wells; there is a need to hold supplies of Ethanol which was a key focus of the DSEAR assessment undertaken. Ethanol…

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Recresco – Kent

The challenge

A visit was made to the Recresco glass recycling site at Swanscombe in September 2014 to consider compliance with the Dangerous Substances and Explosive Atmospheres Regulations 2002 (DSEAR). The site provides commercial waste management services to a range of clients and recycles glass waste that would otherwise be sent…

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