At ProGen, we understand that you may not have the complete understanding or in-house expertise to ensure hazardous area electrical inspection compliance with DSEAR (Dangerous Substances and Explosive Atmospheres Regulations 2002) and the ATEX directives.
We work very closely with our clients whom span across a vast array of industries, and offer well managed hazardous area electrical inspection programs to ensure that equipment installed in these areas is justly specified and holds no apparent defects which may render it unsafe for further use in potentially explosive atmospheres.
The services we offer within this field include:
- ATEX / DSEAR inspection of both existing and new Ex equipment
- Gap analysis and full inspection report, as well as subsequent recommendations for continual standards and regulations compliance
- Ex strategy development, implementation and maintenance management
- Compilation of Ex registers and databases
- Ensuring verification of all installed Ex equipment databases
- Explosion protection documents
- Ongoing Ex maintenance and remedial repairs
ProGen are also proud to be able to provide the option of a full turnkey package encompassing design, selection and full build of new installations.
All of our work is carried out by our CompEx EX01 to EX10 experienced engineers ensuring they have specialist proficiency in hazardous area electrical inspection, testing, installation and maintenance. All of our design engineers are also additionally CompEx Ex12 certified, providing them with an integral understanding of explosive atmospheres.
ProGen continually strive to provide a service that is safe, reliable with unrivalled support, providing our valued clients with the reassurance that your hazardous area installations are fully compliant (at all times) with the mandatory requirements – IEC/BS EN 60079-17/14, DSEAR, and both ATEX directives – Directive 94/9/EC (also known as ‘ATEX 95’ or ‘the ATEX Equipment Directive’) and Directive 99/92/EC (also known as ‘ATEX 137’ or the ‘ATEX Workplace Directive’).