Making the right commercial decision, while ensuring compliance is not always easy when choosing an engineering inspection company to work with. Whether you're based in the UK or abroad, this guide will provide you with everything you need to know to choose a company that will deliver outstanding engineering inspections, provide value for money and is a market leading service provider.
Non-domestic electrical inspections and certifications can be a tricky thing for duty holders to keep up with on a consistent basis. Which is why we have created an electrical quotation calculator for you. This tool will provide you with a quote for your specific requirements.
It can be difficult to keep up with which regulations apply to which plant or equipment type, when inspections fall due and what they should include. Our guide helps you quickly determine your obligations with at-a-glance frequency inspections charts, answers to FAQs and more.
Duty holders have a number of legal duties to prevent danger arising from electrical systems and work activities on or near them, including carrying out regular inspection and testing. Our guide
Our quick-fire NDT methods guide provides a helpful starting point to determine the best method for your needs. It outlines: what each method detects, common testing usages, advantages/disadvantages, common alternatives and advanced methods.
In our experience, 5% of NDT boiler visits have to be aborted due to inadequate preparation and a further 75% require further preparation during the visit. Our guide covers common ways that preparation time is underestimated and provides easy-to-follow preparation advice with visuals.
Leading risk and compliance experts from top UK law firm Pinsent Masons provide practical lessons on COMAH leadership from the courts, what the key regulation changes mean for sites, how to ensure your site stays compliant and the adverse legal and business consequences if you do not.