Health, Safety and Environmental Critical Equipment Systems are those equipment and systems whose failure could cause or contribute to an accident with severe or catastrophic consequences or whose purpose it is to prevent or limit the effect of such accidents.
In every operation, there are critical equipment systems that must function properly and be monitored correctly in order to prevent any sort of disruption or damage, as any failure may result in major accidents.
RCS has the knowledge and practical experience to help you benchmark your current Critical Equipment activities and determine what needs to be done additionally. We can train your workforce, support program implementation and help you reduce your technical problems.
We will come up with the necessary plans and programs that will help you systematically improve the monitoring of these systems.
The objectives of HSECE identification & management are as follows:
Prepare performance standards for all identified HSECE
Provide qualitative and quantitative performance requirements for the item, equipment or computer program in question
Protect people and the environment from major hazards, including fires, explosions and the release of toxic gases and fumes
Ensure that effective plans for the escape from affected areas of the site, the evacuation of the site or the transfer of people to safety have been established.
Identifying potential HSECE risks and taking the necessary measures to deal with them quickly and effectively are crucial since the failure of these systems could cause or contribute to an accident with severe consequences