Speck & Burke Analytical offers simple and cost-effective inspections to ensure your systems are safe to use. It’s sometimes difficult to know by which regulations your gas systems are governed. However, it is important to ensure all of your systems are fully compliant. Whether your gas systems come under the Pressure Systems Safety Regulations 2000 or under the Health and Safety at work Act 1974, it can often be a daunting task to ensure compliance with the relevant regulations.
Speck & Burke Analytical are offering a FREE survey of your gas system. Call 0800 731 5441 to book now. The survey will establish which legislation covers your system either the Pressure System Safety Regulations 2000 or the Health and Safety at Work Act 1974. Following this you will receive a free report of our recommendations for the systems concerned.
If at that point you wish to have your gas systems inspected, Speck & Burke would first prepare a Scheduled Inspection Statement, against which they, or any other competent examiner can inspect and report. This leaves you with documentation to demonstrate, to any external or internal authority, that consideration has been given to the safety of the system and that it has been methodically examined and a report issued with actual performance figures for the various devices tested. It also demonstrates that the inspections are carried out regularly at an interval recommended by a Competent Person. Speck & Burke also have personnel qualified to prepare Written Schemes of Examination and to carry out inspections under PSSR 2000 (SI128).
If you already have a Written Scheme of Examination or a Scheduled Inspection Statement they can carry out the inspection of the gas system for you. The reports produced by their Competent Examiners will demonstrate to your insurers and to the Health and Safety Executive that your systems meet the required standard. The paperwork becomes part of the permanent record to be kept with your system.
To arrange your FREE survey call now on 0800 731 5441or email our gas systems division now.