You’re in the right hands with EEUK
At EEUK, we believe trust is everything. Our customers put their trust in us to remove health, safety and hygiene risks in their workplaces, so it’s a promise we must always deliver on.
One way we guarantee employee trust is through employing a talented, expert workforce. Our people are some of the best in the business and are dedicated to making sure workplaces across the UK are safe places for everyone.
Take Dilip Arulappan, for instance. Dilip is EEUK’s Principal Process Safety Consultant who joined us a year ago, and he has an impressive CV.
After moving to the UK from Southern India, Dilip completed a master’s degree in Process Safety and Loss Prevention Engineering (Chemical and Biological Engineering) from the University of Sheffield.
He is an Associate Process Safety member with IChemE and an Exida certified functional safety practitioner.
Lee Johnson, Managing Director at EEUK said: “Dilip has over six years of technical consulting experience in the defence, aviation, chemical, petrochemical, pharmaceutical, oil and gas sectors in the EU, Asia and the Middle East. It’s fair to say he knows his stuff! Any requirement a customer has in DSEAR, Dilip can help.”
Your DSEAR plan
DSEAR is an acronym for the Dangerous Substances and Explosive Atmospheres Regulations, which require employers to control the risks to safety from fire, explosions, and substances corrosive to metals.
Dangerous substances can put peoples’ safety at risk from fire, explosion, and corrosion of metal. DSEAR puts duties on employers and the self-employed to protect people from these risks in the workplace, and to members of the public who may be put at risk by work activity.
Our qualified consultants, such as Dilip, can carry out a DSEAR risk assessment to evaluate what dangerous substances you have in your workplace and how to control or remove the risks.
Contact us today and Dilip or another member of the team can put a DSEAR plan together at no cost for you.
Find out more about DSEAR at https://eeukltd.com/dsear-risk-assessment/