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Oxford Instruments

The challenge

A visit was made to the Oxford Instruments Plasma Technology facility in Yatton, December 2013 to consider compliance with the Dangerous Substances and Explosive Atmospheres Regulations 2002 (DSEAR). More recently a re validation inspection was completed In 2017.

Oxford Instruments Plasma Technology provides a range of high performance, flexible tools…

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Aston Labs

The challenge

A visit was made to the Aston Labs Ltd facility in Holford on the 19th February 2014 to consider compliance with the Dangerous Substances and Explosive Atmospheres Regulations 2002 (DSEAR).

From the survey it was evident that there were some controls missing to deal with flammable vapours. Clearly most flammable…

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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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DE Risk

The challenge

A visit was made to a DE Risk client in Slough to consider compliance with the Dangerous Substances and Explosive Atmospheres Regulations 2002 (DSEAR).

The client is a large laboratory that uses a range of solvents and creates solvent waste streams. The focus of the DSEAR assessment was…

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Illumina Ltd

The challenge

A request was made by Illumina Cambridge Ltd. to consider compliance with the Dangerous Substances and Explosive Atmospheres Regulations 2002 (DSEAR) for the company’s existing facility at Chesterford Research Park,Essex. Also for the company’s new facility development at Granta Park, Great Abington, Cambridge.

The site’s core business is genome…

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AHDB

The Challenge

AHDB’s Sutton Bridge research facility carries out research into storage conditions for potato crops. The requirement for a DSEAR RA was identified during a group audit.

The Solution Provided

Although no significant storage and handling of flammable substances was identified, the site was still required to comply with DSEAR in respect…

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Opsec

The Challenge

A visit was made to the Leicester Development Laboratory of OpSec in October 2017 to carry out a risk assessment in respect of the Dangerous Substances and Explosive Atmospheres Regulations 2002 (DSEAR). DSEAR focus for this assessment was confined to a Development process using flammable solvents.

The Solution Provided

Resulting in…

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Arysta Lifesciences

The Challenge

As part of an update to corporate policy, as well as insurance recommendations, Arysta Lifesciences in Evesham required a full DSEAR survey and Risk Assessment to be carried out at their premises. Prompt attention was required and the Mesh team visited site in October 2016, within two weeks of…

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SSE Contracting Ltd

The challenge

In July 2018, a request was made by SSE Contracting Ltd. to consider compliance with the Dangerous Substances and Explosive Atmospheres Regulations 2002 (DSEAR), incorporating Amendment 1: June 201., for the company’s new UPS development for a customer on the PHE campus at Porton Down.

It was envisaged that routine…

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BSI Group

The challenge

BSI called on our services to review DSEAR compliance at two of their testing laboratory sites during June 2018.

BSI carries out a range of testing and certification services for clients including new product development, pre-assessment, gap analysis, batch testing and full compliance testing. As part of this the…

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