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Fiddes Payne, based in Banbury, produce a range of specialist ingredients and as a result handle significant quantities of combustible food powders. In 2016 they required assistance with DSEAR compliance, and MESH were engaged to survey the site and produce a risk assessment.
Although a compact operation, there were…View Case Study »
Process Link of Shipston on Stour required DSEAR assistance in 2018 with the Hazardous Area Classification and specification of equipment for new powder handling equipment for their client JDE in Banbury.
The Solution Provided
Engaging with both the Process Link and JDE teams, the material characteristics, performance and usage envelopes were…View Case Study »
A visit was made to British Bakels site in Bicester in December 2017 to review existing safety arrangements under DSEAR.
The site produces dry ingredients for the bakery industry and as such handles considerable quantities of flour, sugar and flammable liquid flavourings. Additionally for GMP and hygiene purposes, the site…View Case Study »
A visit was made to Ariens (Countax), Oxfordshire in April 2017 to consider compliance in respect of the Dangerous Substances and Explosive Atmospheres Regulations 2002 (DSEAR). The Great Haseley site is an established manufacturing facility producing garden tractors and ride-on lawnmowers for a range of clients. The DSEAR focus was…View Case Study »
A visit was made to Noble Foods Limited Cotswold Farm premises at Witney on 13th May 2015 to consider compliance in respect of the Dangerous Substances and Explosive Atmospheres Regulations 2002 (DSEAR).
This was requested by the site H&S team as a previous health & safety audit had identified…View Case Study »