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Birmingham university has a number of areas on campus that routinely use and store hazardous substances; these include mechanical and chemical engineering and science departments.
Some liquids and gases used are classified as flammable and could allow the formation of flammable or explosive mixtures; many areas did however have controls…View Case Study »
The Manchester Grammar School has built an international reputation as one of the country’s leading schools. This DSEAR survey focusses on the areas and activities in the school where flammable substances and gases are both routinely used and stored. A key area was to look at the schools science…View Case Study »
Royal Holloway University of London campus at Egham, Surrey incorporates a range of science based courses; these include Bio Science, Geo Science, Physics and Earth Sciences. All are based on the main campus at Egham Hill. Typically the activities involve a range of flammable substances and in some instances…View Case Study »
A visit was made to the Collections Centre of the National Museum of Scotland to consider compliance in respect of the Dangerous Substances and Explosive Atmospheres Regulations 2002 (DSEAR). These regulations came into force in the UK in 2003 and adopt a risk-based approach to protect personnel against fire…View Case Study »
Bath Spa University is relocating its School of Art and Design, and required advice around DSEAR for the planned move, along with input into the RIBA design stage. We were able to offer a range of support activities to ensure DSEAR compliance around flammable gases, liquids and mists, as…View Case Study »
The Highland Council is responsible for hundreds of commercial locations across the North of Scotland, and DSEAR RA was contacted in order to provide an external DSEAR audit at 9 of their most significant sites for reference sampling during December 2018.
The sites chosen included educational establishments, office and transport…View Case Study »