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EEHA

Hazardous Area

e2o has established an industry reputation as the leader specialising in EEHA compliance in Australia, New Zealand and many South East Asian countries.

Standards that we are familiar with include:

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AS/NZS – Australia and New Zealand (eg. 2340, 2381, 60079 and 61241)

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IEC – International Standards (eg. 60079, 61241, 61779, 62013 and 62086)

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ATEX – European Standards

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NEC 500 and NEC 505

Experience and Focus

The level of complexity involved in building, owning and operating plant with hazardous area systems has increased dramatically. This means that experience is needed regarding:

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Determination hazardous area zones

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Engineering and design

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Selection, installation and maintenance of appropriate equipment

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Certificate of compliance

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EEHA dossiers

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Quality assurance

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Staff training

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Inspections and auditing

Many modern day facilities are built in Asia in order to reduce costs. This can mean that the modules do not comply with Australian legislation. Often this can result in expensive repairs and maintenance. At e2o we ensure that there is adequate supervision, factory acceptance during construction and that installation practices are completed to a compliant standard.

Employees

We employ only staff who are highly trained in their specialised EEHA areas. This is a large aspect of our success with meeting compliance requirements.

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