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.
Employers have a duty to:
Our qualified consultants 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. We will make sure your staff are kept safe from risk from fire, explosion, and corrosion of metal – contact us today to find out more about DSEAR risk assessments.
At EEUK, we are a BAFE SP205-1 registered company, meaning we make sure the services we offer are of the highest quality.
EEUK is CHAS accredited. This means we ensure compliance across the different areas of risk management and mitigate risks across the supply chain.
Being Cyber Essentials accredited helps us to guard against the most common cyber threats and demonstrates our commitment to cyber security.
We are ISO 9001 certified which means we are recognised as a company with a strong customer focus, a motivated top management team and processes in place with the aim to continually improve.
The ISO 14001 sets out the criteria for an environmental management system and provides guidance on how our business impacts the environment.
We are SafeContractor approved, which means we comply with health and safety legislation – it is recognised as the leading health and safety accreditation by 33,000 contractors in the country.
The JOSCAR Registration Mark is valued by some of the largest purchasers in the defence community and indicates that we have gone through the process required to demonstrate our commitment and credentials to the industry.
ISO 45001 is an international standard for health and safety at work developed by national and international standards committees independent of government.
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