EI’s long history of providing expert safety consulting services is supplemented by our engineering staff to support specific project needs. For example, in many manufacturing settings and several construction situations, engineering seals may be required on safety-related drawings, such as Life Safety or NFPA Hazardous Area Classifications drawings. EI can support the assessment of other NFPA code requirements or deviations, providing expert analysis, including Arc Flash assessments and requirements.
Further, our long-term and broad experience in manufacturing facilities provides a basis for our engineers to support physical improvements to enhance employee safety and health.
Finally, our engineering background in understanding various manufacturing processes allowes our engineers tackle various Process Safety issues with technical and practical astuteness. This is often evident in the Process Hazard Analysis efforts in determining the appropriate assessment method, in reading and breaking-down P&IDs, and supporting the evaluation of multiple events or human influences. These qualifications allow our efforts to lead PHAs more effectively.
Several safety standards require the use of a qualified engineer. EI is pleased to offer such services which include:
- Scaffold requirements such as design of tube and coupler scaffold greater than 125 feet
- Design for protective systems and structural ramps in excavation practices
- Lift slab construction design
- Fall Protection systems analysis
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What is the European Union CLP and How Does it Impact Your Business as a Chemical Exporter in the US?
The European Union (EU) CLP (Classification, Labelling, and Packaging) Regulation falls under the broader framework of chemical regulation in the European Union. The primary legal basis for the CLP Regulation is Regulation (EC) No 1272/2008.
This regulation, more commonly referred to as the CLP Regulation, aims to align the EU system for the classification, labeling, and packaging of substances and mixtures with the Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labelling of Chemicals (GHS). The GHS is a globally recognized system developed by the United Nations to standardize the communication of hazards associated with chemicals.