risk assessment Equipment in Europe

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Legionella Risk Assessment

by Feedwater Ltd     based in Moreton, UNITED KINGDOM

Feedwater specialises in legionella risk assessment and the provision of services to prevent Legionnaires’ Disease and help you comply with ACOP L8.

COSHH365 Simple CoSHH Risk Assessment

by Sevron     based in Longmeanygate, UNITED KINGDOM

A simple no nonsense introduction to CoSHH. CoSHH Assessment Form / Example CoSHH Assessment. 4 easy steps to becoming CoSHH compliant. A short video on how to start CoSHH compliance the easy way. A FREE advisory service to start you in the right direction.

Model MARA - Microbial Assay for toxic Risk Assessment Toxicity Test Kit

by NCIMB Ltd,     based in Bucksburn, UNITED KINGDOM

MARA is a unique, innovative product for use in toxicity testing. It is highly versatile and can cope with a wide range of samples ranging from complex industrial effluents to potable water.

PipeDiver - Large Diameter Water and Wastewater Pipelines Condition Assessment

by Pure Technologies     based in Calgary, ALBERTA (CANADA)

PipeDiver is a platform for free‐swimming inspections of large diameter water and wastewater pipelines. Surveys are conducted under live operating conditions, providing condition information with minimal disruptions to service. The PipeDiver platform can be used for the condition assessment of multiple pipe materials by incorporating the ...

Risk Management Services

by DEG - Deutsche Investitions- und Entwicklungsgesellschaft mbH     based in Köln, GERMANY

Many investments in developing and transition countries entail risks that are difficult for investors to assess. By helping to manage risks, DEG also helps make the most of business opportunities.Thanks to our sound country know-how and decades of experience in handling exceptional investment risks in our partner countries, we are able to take ...

Model 18001 - Occupational Health and Safety Assessment Series (OHSAS) Certifications

by RVSL Aachen GmbH     based in Pulheim-stommeln, GERMANY

Occupational Health and Safety Assessment Series (OHSAS) 18001 is an international standard giving requirements related to health and safety management systems in order to enable an organization to control its risks and improve OHSAS performance. It promotes a safety and healthy working environment and provides the vehicle for companies to meet ...

Brüel & Kjær - Model Type 4447 - Human Vibration Analyzer

by Brüel & Kjær Sound & Vibration Measurement A/S     based in Nærum, DENMARK

An easy-to-use, rugged and portable human vibration analyzer, designed primarily for Health and Safety at Work applications, specifically risk assessment according to EU Directive 2002/44/EC. It measures exposure to hand-arm and whole-body vibration, and complies with the technical requirements of ISO 8041:2005. Type 4447 measures and displays all ...

PipeScanner - External PCCP Pipeline Inspection

by Pure Technologies     based in Calgary, ALBERTA (CANADA)

PipeScanner is the first and only condition assessment tool that works from the outer surface of a prestressed concrete cylinder pipe (PCCP) using near-field electromagnetic technology, PureEM. The system provides accurate condition assessment of critical infrastructure, specifically detecting prestressing wire breaks that could lead to pipe ...

Nanoparticle Surface Area Monitor Model 3550

by TSI Incorporated     based in Shoreview, MINNESOTA (USA)

Occupational health risks associated with using and manufacturing nanoparticles are not clearly understood. Workers may inhale and be exposed to levels that greatly exceed ambient levels. Leading experts contend that surface area, rather than mass, should be measured for nanoparticles, because nanoparticles have far more surface area for the same ...

Nanoparticle Surface Area Monitor Model 3550

by TSI Incorporated     based in Shoreview, MINNESOTA (USA)

Occupational health risks associated with using and manufacturing nanoparticles are not clearly understood. Workers may inhale and be exposed to levels that greatly exceed ambient levels. Leading experts contend that surface area, rather than mass, should be measured for nanoparticles, because nanoparticles have far more surface area for the same ...

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