Are you looking for a Hazmat specialist in Europe; a partner who can advice you? Have a look at Hazmat support (www.hazmat.support).
Dangerous goods Safety Advisor.
Each undertaking, the activities of which include the carriage, or the related packing, loading, filling or unloading, of dangerous goods by road shall appoint one or more safety advisers for the carriage of dangerous goods, responsible for helping to prevent the risks inherent in such activities with regard to persons, property and the environment. Hazmat Support can be that Dangerous Goods Safety Advisor for you. Hazmat Support has persons qualified to DGSA (Dangerous Goods Safety Advisor) on site at all times. Our Dangerous Goods Specialists are fully conversant with the rules of ADR (Road) regulations. Click here and read more about our services.
Are you a DGSA willing to work with us in your country. Please contact us at email@example.com
Industrial safety regulations were passed in the European Community in 1982 called the Seveso Directive which imposed much harsher industrial regulations. In 2012 Seveso-III (Directive 2012/18/EU) was adopted taking into account, amongst others, the changes in the Union legislation on the classification of chemicals and increased rights for citizens to access information about the risks. It replaces the previous Seveso II directive.
There are two categories: Companies which are ‘lower-tier establishments’; means an establishment where dangerous substances are present in quantities equal to or in excess of the quantities listed in Column 2 of Part 1 or in Column 2 of Part 2 of Annex I, but less than the quantities listed in Column 3 of Part 1 or in Column 3 of Part 2 of Annex I, where applicable using the summation rule laid down in note 4 to Annex I and ‘upper-tier establishments’ means an establishment where dangerous substances are present in quantities equal to or in excess of the quantities listed in Column 3 of Part 1 or in Column 3 of Part 2 of Annex I, where applicable using the summation rule laid down in note 4 to Annex I;
When there is a need to ensure that the existing high level of protection remains at least the same or increases we can audit your safety system at your European sites and we can identify the risks and perform safety studies (Fine and Kinney method). Click here for more details.
Implementation of procedures and instructions for safe operation, taking into account available information on best practices for monitoring and control, advicing about fire safety, segregation of chemicals, we can help you reducing the risk of chemical storage. By auditing and good advice our advisors can assist you in a safe chemical storage.
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Hazmat support are specialists in Fire Safety and can advice you where you need it. Fire safety measures include those that are planned during the construction of a building or implemented in structures that are already standing, and those that are taught to occupants of the building.
Fire can be controlled or extinguished, either manually (firefighting) or automatically. Manual includes the use of a fire extinguisher or a Standpipe system. Automatic means can include a fire sprinkler system, a gaseous clean agent, or firefighting foam system. A fire sprinkler system is an example of an active fire protection measure and is used to limit the development and effects of a fire after it starts. Click here for more details.
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