The U.K NO1 DSEAR Risk Assessment Specialists

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Unipart Eberspacher

The challenge

The H&S team within the Unipart Eberspaecher, vehicle part manufacture units had recognised they had processes that fell within the DSEAR Regulations and requested a full survey of these areas to be undertaken. Unipart Eberspaecher manufactures and supply logistic services, automotive products and other transport components to a range…

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NV Tools

The Challenge

NV Tools, Brentwood, a small specialist automotive parts manufacturer, contacted MESH Safety after an HSE audit resulted in issue of an improvement notice requiring a suitable and sufficient risk assessment be carried out under the Dangerous Substances and Explosive Atmospheres Regulations 2002 (DSEAR).

Accordingly, the manufacturing operation was visited in…

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Honda UK

The challenge

Honda UK Manufacturing (HUM) at Swindon is Honda’s main UK production facility, with approximately 600 cars a day rolling off the production lines. Several plants operate Hazardous environments and/or handle Hazardous materials. Due to strong manufacturing controls, of the near 3,500 employees only a relatively small number are exposed…

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IAC Group

The challenge

A visit was made to the International Automotive Components (IAC) site at Solihull, West Midlands on 16th December 2014 to consider compliance in respect of the Dangerous Substances and Explosive Atmospheres Regulations 2002 (DSEAR). IAC operations incorporate manufacture of automotive components for a range of global markets.

The DSEAR focus is…

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BMW

The challenge

Two visits were made to the BMW Hams Hall facility at Coleshill, West Midlands during May and June 2015 to consider compliance in respect of the Dangerous Substances and Explosive Atmospheres Regulations 2002 (DSEAR).

BMW Hams Hall manufacturers and tests unleaded petrol engines. The site extends over a large area…

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