Offshore environmental compliance
The offshore environment is highly regulated and subject to multiple legislative jurisdictions. Our experienced technicians support customers to comply with tough offshore environmental regulations.
- PFEER, LEV, IAQ and CoSHH compliance
- Air quality audits identify potential compliance issues
- Duct cleaning service reduces fire risk and maintains hygiene standards
Local Exhaust Ventilation
Thousands of workers contract occupational asthma and other lung diseases each year. Many people die or are permanently disabled by these conditions and are unable to work. People develop these diseases because they breathe in too much dust, fumes or other airborne contaminants at work, often because control measures do not work well enough.
PFEER, Smoke & Gas Ingress, TR, TSR Integrity Testing
Regulation 13 of the Offshore Installations (Prevention of Fire, Explosion and Emergency Response) Regulations 1995 places a duty on installation operators and owners in respect of the construction, suitability and maintenance of certain plant on the installation provided for the purposes of PFEER.
Module Doors - Inspection, Testing & Maintenance
Other than for access, doors serve a number of safety related roles. For the offshore industry in particular, the fire rating of a door and its air / water tightness all play an important role in ensuring the safety of the personnel and plant.
Air Quality Testing
Air Quality, generally known as “Indoor Air Quality or IAQ” is a major concern to businesses because it can affect the health, comfort, well-being and productivity of the buildings' occupants.
Ductwork & Ventilation Hygiene
While Ductwork ventilation systems are often out of sight and out of mind, employers, charged with the responsibility of providing a safe work environment, should be aware of the hazards of allowing duct borne containment to accumulate.