An Australian consulting firm has commissioned EUC Engineering for a 12 month contract to conduct Critical Risk Assessments for six Pilbara sites associated with iron ore production including ports, power generation stations and electricity transmission system sites.  For more information about this project call Mike Dean on +61 (08) 9226 1226.

EUC Engineering has been awarded the job to assist in the scoping of a project related to the train loadout facility at two Pilbara iron ore mines.  The work will include workshops held on site for a discussion between stakeholders of the key risk issues and how the project scope needs to be tailored to address those issue.  The workshops will run across two days and deal with the site specific issues of each facility.  The risk issues to be addressed include project risks as well as hazards to be addressed in the design and implementation.  Contact Mike Dean on +61 (08) 9226 1226 for more information on this project or if you would like to know more about the area of risk issue identification.

EUC Engineering has been given the job of facilitating and reporting on a half day workshop to carry out a HAZOP on a series of sumps and sump pumps providing flood mitigation measures for a Pilbara iron ore mine.  Contact Mike Dean on +61 (08) 9226 1226 for more information on this project or if you would like to know more about HAZOPs.

EUC Engineering have been awarded the job of facilitating and reporting on a combined HAZID/Risk Assessment and HAZOP workshop for a number of ancillary buildings for a new iron ore mine in the Pilbara region of WA.  The buildings include the administration, warehouse, workshop, roads and laydown areas.  Contact Mike Dean on +61 (08) 9226 1226 for more information on this project or if you would like to know more about HAZIDs, Risk Assessments and HAZOPs.

EUC Engineering has been awarded a substantial extension of its initial role to provide Functional Safety engineering support to a current project for the upgrade of an existing mine winder located in Queensland.  The work will involve the creation of a range of functional safety documentation as well as review of client produced documents.  The project is pursuing compliance to AS 61508.  Achievement of compliance with electro-magnetic compatibility (EMC) requirements in AS 61508 remains a significant focus for the work.  For more information about this project call Mike Dean on +61 (08) 9226 1226.