Safety, Health and Welfare at Work legislation imposes the duty on every employer to identify hazards in the place of work under his control and assess the risks to employees and any other persons who may be exposed, for the purpose of determining the necessary preventive and protective measures (Safety, Health and Welfare at Work Act 2005 in the Republic of Ireland, and in the UK, The Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations 1999 (Northern Ireland 2000)).
We identify hazards and assess the risks associated with direct and indirect contact with live parts, electrical arcing, electrical fire and explosion, and mechanical movement of electrically-driven equipment.
With regard to electrical arcing, we carry out Arc Flash studies involving calculation of the prospective arc incident energy levels along your electrical network, the results of which form essential inputs to your electrical risk assessment.
Risk assessments conducted by Premium Power ensure that where risks cannot be avoided, that those risks are thoroughly assessed having regard to the duties imposed by relevant statutory provisions, and suitable risk controls are determined in order to minimise those risks.
Our documented risk assessments include:
Throughout the hazard identification and risk assessment process we work closely with our clients in order to ensure that the risk assessments are accurately and fully informed.
The results of the risk assessments inform the subsequent safety procedures, permit systems, training and competence requirements, and maintenance procedures relating to
We work closely with our clients to assess the risks to safety and health associated with the use of electricity in the workplace, and to develop procedures and other related documents. These procedures and documents address the precautions necessary for all personnel carrying out electrical work, in order to prevent danger from electric shock and burns, electrical arcing, electrical fire and explosion, and mechanical movement of electrically-driven equipment.
The procedures and documents address requirements such as responsibilities and authorities, competence requirements, safe working practices, and maintenance of equipment in relation to three broad categories of work
The safe working practices address three broad categories of work
"Combining our knowledge of electricity and electrical installations with our knowledge and understanding of the legal requirements relating to the use of electricity at work and applicable standards, we have assisted our clients in pharmaceutical and other industries, to identify hazards and assess the risks associated with electrical work. The results of these risk assessments inform their safety procedures which ensure a high degree of electrical safety."
We assisted MSD, Ballydine, to localise guidelines and to adapt the health and safety requirements specifically to Ballydine facility operations.