DSEAR Inspections – Hazardous Area Ex Inspections
What is DSEAR?
The DSEAR (Dangerous Substance and Explosive Atmosphere Regulation 2002) is a UK legal regulation. The European ATEX directives are integrated into to the DSEAR regulations and place the same responsibilities on employers
to ensure that work places storing or handling dangerous or flammable substances are made safe for employees to carry out their work.
C&P Engineering Services provide DSEAR inspections that provide the necessary documented evidence that verifies that all installed electrical or mechanical equipment is certified, has the correct protection concept, is fit
for purpose and safe to use in the potentially explosive atmosphere area. Our CompEx or IECEx certified trained engineering inspectors have significant experience and industrial tacit knowledge from within the oil, gas, petrochemical, chemical, steel, pharmaceutical power generation and heavy engineering industries.
Our DSEAR inspections area carried out in accordance with the British Standard BS EN 60019-17 or the internationally recognised Standard IEC 60079-17 (The Inspection and Maintenance of Electrical Installations in Hazardous Areas).
DSEAR Inspection Services and Documentation
- DSEAR Inspections – Electrical and Instrumentation
- DSEAR Inspections – Mechanical
- DSEAR Inspections – Strategy Development and Implementation
- Verification and Compliance
- DSEAR Electrical Equipment Installation
- Ex Register Development and Updates
- PDA and Software Options
- Modifications and Repair Services
- Gap Analysis
- DSEAR Inspections – Trade Awareness Training
- Explosion Certified Documentation
- Equipment Manuals
Call +44(0)1792 897002 or email email@example.com for more information and technical assistance
We have been Assessed and Certified by the NICEIC (National Inspection Council for Electrical Installation Contractors) as a Hazardous Area Electrical and Instrumentation Services contractor and we have the technical capability to carry out Electrical and Instrumentation Services work in areas where potentially explosive atmospheres may be expected to occur in the form of explosive gases, vapours or combustible dusts.