Hazardous Area Inspection
ATEC the go-to company for hazardous area compliance around the world!
We Help You Become Hazardous Area Compliant!
Above all ATEC uses the latest technology for real-time inspections across the World, to help answer the big questions surrounding inspections within potentially explosive or hazardous areas.
- Is my workspace compliant and safe?
- What’s the difference between ATEX & IECEx?
- Is my business complying with current legislation?
In addition, ATEC uses the leading hazardous-area data systems which are capable of meeting the current demands of any clients in any sector. These systems allow for real-time inspections and data retrieval from any location in the world using constantly developing metadata. These systems allow for high levels of efficiency in an initial and periodic inspection and can be utilized to allow the introduction of Risk-Based Inspection.
In conclusion, all ATEC inspection staff hold the pertinent internationally recognized qualifications for design, inspection & responsible person activities. Along with this, we have extensive experience over a wide range of industry sectors across the World.
Where do I begin with my Hazardous Area Inspection?
Likewise, a lot of our clients come to us and ask that very question, where do I begin with my Hazardous Area Inspection?. However, that is where our years of experience along with our tool ‘help me choose’ help in leading you in the right direction.
These Services are suitable for:
- Offshore Oil & Gas facilities
- Onshore Oil & Gas facilities
- Petrochemical Plants
- Fertiliser Plants
- Pharmaceutical Plants
- Food and Beverage Plants
Explosive Atmospheres may consist of:
- Explosive Gases and Vapours
- Combustible Dusts
- HV/LV Electrical Systems
- Intrinsically Safe Systems
» Introduction to Potentially Explosive Atmospheres
» Competency During Hazardous Area Inspection
» Controlling Fire and Explosion Risks within Potentially Explosive Atmospheres
» Evidence of Compliance within Potentially Explosive Atmospheres
» Fundamental Differences between IECEx and ATEX
» Safe Operations
» Where do you commonly find Ex equipment?