In a chemical processing environment, it is critical that the interaction between the processing plant and the built infrastructure is fully understood and allowed for in the design of the processing facility.
At Comah, we work closely with our customers to assess and cater for the interaction between their built infrastructures and their processing facilities.
The assessment (by a competent person) of the interaction between processing equipment and the built infrastructure should therefore be considered as a minimum level of compliance in relation to the application of all measures necessary to prevent major accidents involving dangerous substances, (on COMAH sites this is required by COMAH Regulation 4).
Our specialist team has all of the experience that is required to provide comprehensive advice on how primary containment and processing plant can be affected by the behaviour of the site infrastructure. This competence provides reliable specialist support when our chemical sector clients require assistance in ensuring that their buildings and structures do not reduce the reliability of the site.