EUC Engineering have been awarded a job to establish the requirements for functional safety management for a company and a major project they are undertaking.  The work involved development of a various standards and a functional safety management plan.  For more information about this project call Mike Dean on +61 (0)448 103 028.

EUC Engineering has been given the job of conducting various Safety in Design HAZOP and HAZID workshops to review the safety hazards related to various small project designs to be delivered at several Pilbara iron ore port facilities.  Contact Mike Dean on +61 (0)448 103 028 for more information on this project or if you would like to know more about Safety In Design, HAZIDs, Risk Assessments and HAZOPs.

 

 

EUC Engineering has been given the job of developing and delivering functional safety training for control systems engineers of a major iron ore producer in WA.  The work involves development of all training materials and the delivery of a one day training course in Perth WA for a number of the companies fixed plant control system engineers. Contact Mike Dean on +61 (0)448 103 028 for more information on this project or if you would like to know more about Functional Safety training.

 

EUC Engineering has been given the job of completing the HAZOP of an entire mineral processing plant detailed design.  The plant includes hydro- and pyrometallurgical systems and has a project capital value exceeding AUD400M.  The HAZOPs will be conducted over 2016 to 2019 and will cover several hundred P&ID drawings representing the plant's process design. Contact Mike Dean on +61 (0)448 103 028 for more information on this project or if you would like to know more about HAZIDs, Risk Assessments and HAZOPs.

An Australian consulting firm has commissioned EUC Engineering to conduct Critical Risk Assessments (with an insurance industry focus) for Pilbara iron ore sites. The sites include power generation plants, electricity transmission assets and port facilities.  For more information about this project call Mike Dean on +61 (0)448 103 028.