Call us mad but we’re like kids in a sweetie shop!
Three new Weld Fume Portable units ready to go out to customers.
One for Edinburgh – one for Ayrshire and one heading to the North East of England.
All ready to go with operator gauges, SOP and log books.
Fully compliant with HSG258 and COSHH regulations.
How beautiful is our blue planet? Compliance LEV never take it for granted.
When you’re next outdoors, whether it’s a camping trip, a stroll along the beach, a countryside walk or as our Dale was doing here, enjoying the view in Argyll & Bute while eating his piece, why not help by picking up some discarded plastic?
If everyone just picked up ONE thing on each outdoor stint, imagine the difference it could make.
So, any plastic or litter you see on your travels, if you can, pick it up and pop it into a bucket, basket or reusable bag to be safely disposed of later, or just get it straight into the nearest bin.
Fume Cupboard with plastic fan and ducting installed for an aerospace client.
Complete turnkey package and a ‘one day’ install.
Well done to our Ayrshire intallation team for a great job with a happy client.
Another Compliance LEV van hits the roads in Ayrshire.
Honk if you love Compliance!
Following HSE reclassification of weld fume, Compliance LEV installed a
Weld Fume Local Exhaust Ventilation (LEV) system with a Gauge and Log Book
for new client in Renfrewshire.
Compliance LEV were out and about in the beautiful Scottish Borders today on a Weld Fume, Local Exhaust Ventilation visit to Hawick, Jedburgh and Kelso.
Compliance LEV, keeping you compliant to HSE regulation http://www.hse.gov.uk/safetybulletins/mild-steel-welding-fume.htm
Keep an eye on our News pages for regular updates from HSE, Sepa and COSHH.
Wishing you a very happy First Day of Spring from all at Compliance LEV.
Compliance LEV visiting clients in the Aberdeen and Peterhead area today.
The information below is taken from the HSE website (Health and Safety Executive):
The HSE are the national independent watchdog for work-related health, safety and illness. They are independent regulators and act in the public interest to reduce work-related death and serious injury across Great Britain’s workplaces.
“Every year, thousands of workers in Britain develop occupational diseases from breathing in certain dusts, fumes or other airborne contaminants at work.” HSE.
“Local exhaust ventilation, often called dust and/or fume extraction, can help clean the air, before people breathe in these harmful substances.” HSE.
If you use an LEV system to remove dusts, fumes, vapours etc that are produced by your work processes or activities, then you must maintain the LEV in efficient working order so it continues to provide the necessary protection. You should also have a periodic thorough examination and test (at least every 14 months) and must keep this record for at least 5 years. In addition, you should have information on the installed LEV system to confirm it provides adequate protection, which should be kept for the life of the equipment.
In Addition to HSE guidance SEPA may also be involved.
SEPA are Scotlands enviromental regulator. They are also responsible for helping to implement Scotland’s National Waste Strategy and controlling, with the Health and Safety Executive, the risk of major accidents at industrial sites.
The Compliance LEV guys take a minute to enjoy the Scottish scenery at Rest and Be Thankful, Scotland. However, it is a wee bit bracing out and about today. Watch the roads folks – be safe.