A chemical operator that is looking to appoint an outsourced built infrastructure specialist to ensure regulatory compliance and reliability excellence needs to ensure that their service provider has the appropriate level of competence to carry out this critical business function. At RSS we have a unique combination of skills and experience from both the chemical and construction sectors.
This bespoke portfolio of capabilities enables us to provide a cost effective solution to the highly specialised challenge of infrastructure management in the chemical sector.
We are certain that we are the only service provider in the UK that can provide the above portfolio of credentials and our competitive advantage is enhanced by our combination of this bespoke competence with our competitive operating costs and fees.
Our track record is the best testament of our capability. Our initial appointment from one of our current COMAH clients was to carry out a small repair scheme on some secondary containment structures. Since our first appointment, and several subsequent successful outcomes on infrastructure rehabilitation schemes, this customer has now entrusted us with the responsibility to inspect, register and plan the prioritised maintenance of over 500 built assets.
An operator that engages with Comah Inspections will also be permitted to nominate our Tecxhnical Director as their Competent Person for all built infrastructure related matters.
Comah Inspections has built an extensive portfolio of knowledge of a wide range of specialist remediation techniques that can be used to extend the usable life of ageing built assets on chemical processing sites:
• Vacuum Assisted Resin Crack Injection
• Leak Sealing, Hand Applied Structural Repairs
• Corrosion Control Systems
• Composite Strengthening (Carbon Fibre)
• Sprayed Concrete
• Pressure Grouting
• Protective Coatings
• Joint Sealing Right
• Driven Steel Mini Piles
• Masonry Stitching
• Remedial Wall Ties
• Chemical Resistant Linings
Comah Inspections has a track record of consulting and contracting projects that are consistently completed to the highest standards of quality, health & safety and sustainability. Our project portfolio has exceeded the UK construction industry performance measurement benchmark data in every year since 2007.
Our combination of knowledge, skills and experience satisfies the implicit and explicit requirements for “competence” under the following legislation:
• Health and Safety at Work etc. Act 1974, Sections 2 and 3;
• Management of Health & Safety at Work Regulations 1999, Regulation 5;
• Environmental Permitting Regulations (England and Wales) 2010; and
• Pollution Prevention and Control Regulations (Scotland) 2000, Regulations 3, 7, 8 and Schedule 4
At Comah Inspections, we provide a truly bespoke service tailored to the precise infrastructure management requirements of the chemical sector. Our competence provides reliable specialist support our clients at each stage of the built infrastructure management cycle.
Where areas of improvement are identified, we provide added value in the form of knowledge and experience of specialist techniques that can be implemented to achieve compliance at optimal cost.
If you would like to find out more on how your organisation can benefit from the cost effective built infrastructure competence provided by Comah Inspections, please don’t hesitate to contact us.