Inglewood Engineering guide our clients through DSEAR compliance. We focus on Area Classification, Risk Assessment, Electrical Hazardous Area Equipment Inspections, .Non-Electrical Risk Assessments, Employee Training and Ongoing Compliance management.
If your plant fails to comply we specify in detail what needs to be done. That may take the form of changes to the installation, supplements to the documentation, or advice on operating a practical regime.
Our purpose is to ensure that our clients are able to achieve and demonstrate DSEAR compliance with the relevant codes of practice.
Inglewood Engineering help you achieve full DSEAR compliance efficiently and diligently by providing you with practical advice and support. Following our DSEAR compliance assessment our clients are not simply left with a list of further problems; they can face up to any regulatory scrutiny with full confidence.
The Dangerous Substances and Explosive Atmospheres Regulations (DSEAR) 2002 came into force on 9th December 2002. DSEAR implements the requirements of two European Directives; the safety requirements of the Chemical Agents Directive (CAD); and the requirements of the Explosive Atmospheres Directive (ATEX 137)
The HSE enforce DSEAR compliance at industrial premises.