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West Midlands Fire Service is responsible for 41 locations across the region, and Mesh was contacted in order to provide an external DSEAR audit at six of these for reference sampling during February 2017.
The sites chosen included five operational locations including a technical rescue unit, plus the central transport…View Case Study »
Plymouth City Council’s redevelopment of its Museum and Art Gallery required prompt engagement for assessing DSEAR risks for the spirit preserved specimen collection.
RIBA Stage 3 had already been passed, and without reviewing the design for DSEAR hazards the build programme may have been adversely impacted.
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Mobilising to…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 »
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 »
A visit was made to LB Barnet’s new transport fleet depot to consider compliance in respect of the Dangerous Substances and Explosive Atmospheres Regulations 2002 (DSEAR).
The site is an new commercial vehicle maintenance and repair facility. The DSEAR focus is primarily upon arrangements for flammable substances that may…View Case Study »