AESL Pipeline Condition Consultancy Services

Advanced Engineering Solutions Limited (AESL) are specialist pipeline and pipeline equipment engineers. The Company has core expertise in Mechanical, Material, Electronics and Software Engineering. Based on a blend of applied consultancy, engineering development activities and specialist technical operations, AESL provides high quality engineering services to pipeline operators and suppliers.

Water Engineering

The Water Engineering Group are involved in water project activities across the UK and internationally. These projects are generally related to the assessment and improvement of the operating performance of raw and treated water pipelines and sewers. Activities include topographical and connectivity surveys, the assessment and supervision of water pipeline equipment maintenance requirements.

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Gas Engineering

The Gas Engineering Group is involved in project activities across the UK and overseas. We provide gas engineering services, technical consultancy and development facilities to Utility companies. Our main activities include condition assessment of low and medium gas mains, stress analysis and assessment of high pressure gas pipeline against IGE/TD/1. We also undertake site based activities including refurbishment of pneumatic control cabinets, control valve maintenance and training.

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Pipeline Coating

We offer pipeline coating refurbishment or replacement using approved material, coating inspectors and operatives. The service extends to the refurbishment of pipeline furniture eg walkways and handrails etc on pipe bridges.

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Software Development

The software group is involved with software development, both nationally and internationally. Software is developed to assist pipeline operators and utilities companies with auditing and asset tracking software, providing options for both online and offline applications.

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AESL wins 3 year contract with NGN

AESL has been awarded a 3 year contract by Northern Gas Networks to undertake all scheduled inspections of gas filters and pig traps under the Pressure System Safety Regulations inspection regime. In addition to this AESL will also undertake all scheduled maintenance of Northern Gas Networks water bath heaters and heat exchangers. Over the contract period AESL will undertake inspections of 175 filters and 55 pig traps along with maintenance overhauls of 33 water bath heaters and 4 heat exchangers

1 April 2015

AESL Gains BS OHSAS 18001:2007 Certification

This week AESL's health and safety management system has been assessed by NQA and was found to be compliant with BS OHSAS 18001:2007 and as such AESL's Health & Safety Managment System is registered to BS OHSAS 18001:2007

A copy of the certificate can be found here

23 January 2014

Our People


AESL is not currently recruiting staff

Frequently Asked Questions

Q: Who are Advanced Engineering Solutions Ltd?

AESL was set up by a number of senior managers who were formally employed by British Gas at their Engineering Research Station at Newcastle Upon Tyne. The company was formed in October 1995 following the closure of the research establishment. The founding members realised that there was a market for their skills and knowledge within a privatised and competitive energy market.

The company was originally based at Sunderland in small offices on a business park. However due to rapid expansion it was necessary to find larger and more appropriate premises, moving to Cramlington in 2000.

The founding directors have well over 100 years of experience between them related to all aspects of gas engineering, pipeline materials and equipment. The company originally offered consulting services but soon saw the opportunity to provide pipeline condition assessment and asset management services both within the gas and water sectors. The company has developed its own pipeline inspection equipment and related condition assessment and life prediction techniques based on a statistical modelling. The company is rapidly becoming recognised as one of the leading companies in this field.

Q: What services can we provide?

The company is split into four departments, click the links below to find out more about the department which interests you.

Water Engineering

Gas Engineering

Pipeline Coating

Civil Engineering

Software Development

Q: Where can I obtain technical documents relating to your services?

Technical documents are available in PDF format and can be downloaded here.

Q: How do I contact AESL?

Contact details and a contact form can be found on the contact page.

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Water Engineering

Pipeline Condition Assessment

A major area of AESL's activities across the UK and internationally is the condition assessment of operational pipelines. AESL have developed processes for predicting the current and future leakage and structural performance capability of in-service water and effluent pipelines. The processes involve detailed pipeline inspection at selected locations, and statistical and structural analysis.

Pipeline inspection is carried out at locations where the pipe wall condition is considered likely to be representative of that of longer sections of the pipeline. At each selected location the pipeline is inspected externally over a 1m length and its full circumference. Details of the condition of the pipe coating, pipe environment and both faces of the pipe wall are recorded. An overview of the AESL pipeline inspection equipment and analysis methods can be found here.

The inspection data is analysed to provide estimates of current and future patterns of leakage and structural failures, under the applied pressure and external loading.

Major pipeline assessment activities are on steel and iron pipe, but project activities are also undertaken on PE, PVC and asbestos cement pipelines.

The assessment process allows comparison of the leakage and structural performance capabilities of sections of individual pipelines to assist in targeting maintenance or replacement activities.

Pipeline surveys

When considering structural deterioration of buried sections of pipelines, the deterioration level is significantly influenced by pipe coating performance and the soil corrosivity. Above ground surveys may be carried out to provide data useful for pipeline condition prediction and the targeting of inspections:

  • Soils surveys to assess variations in the corrosive properties of the soil to the pipe material
  • Pipe coating surveys using a Pipe Current mapper (PCM) allows assessment of variations in the pipe coating

PDA based data collection and, where appropriate, soil and coating surveys techniques are proposed as part of the Topographical and Asset survey services.

Pipeline before coating Pipeline after coating
PCM InstrumentSoil Testing Equipment

GIS Surveys

The water industry operators rely on an accurate understanding of their systems and assets. AESL offers a full survey service, from desktop survey to hands on site surveying. Our staff are highly experienced water engineers.

Assets surveyed by AESL include:

  • Raw water aqueducts
  • Trunk mains and trunk main assets
  • Distribution mains
  • Service reservoirs
  • Scours
  • Pumping stations
  • Water treatment works
  • W towers

Pipelines and pipeline assets may be identified and their location recorded by GPS up to sub metre accuracy where required, for GIS update. Asset condition and confirmation of operation may also be assessed during the survey.

Benefits include:

  • Greater understanding of Water Network
  • GIS/Corporate systems reflect actual site conditions
  • Optimisation of water sources to minimise operation costs
  • Asset condition may be assessed during survey

Leak Location and Water System Auditing

In addition to our condition assessment procedure AESL can provide a leakage and water audit exercise. Our leakage specialists have over 30 years water industry experience in this field from water utility pipelines, industrial installations and domestic dwellings.

In facilities such as schools, hospitals and industrial estates the volume of water used can be substantial and in some cases the leakage, waste and unaccounted for water can be disguised in day to day operations.

AESL employ an auditing process to identify any undue consumption, or indeed leakage. To establish usage trends we record the intake of the owners meter over a short period using data loggers, the results are then interrogated and conclusions drawn from the findings. These conclusions are quickly reported to the client and where possible any issues rectified or improvements made. Once this has been carried out a comparison is taken from the logged meter, in most cases the reduction could represent a significant saving, both for the environment with reduced water usage and for the company with reduced water bills, if the metered usage is still unacceptably high then a leakage survey would be carried out.

Looking for leaks can be like looking for a needle in a haystack and calls for a rigorous and methodical investigation of often complex failing systems. AESL uses a combination of experienced staff and the latest acoustic leakage detection technology to offer our clients the best chance of successfully identifying any leaks.

Firstly a sounding exercise is carried out, this consists of using high performance electronic acoustic ground microphones to localise the problem areas. Once this has been performed the latest in acoustic leak noise correlator technology is deployed. This equipment, operated by experienced leakage specialists, can narrow down the location of leaks on both large and small diameter pipelines to approximately 1 meter, permitting quick and cost effective repairs.

Again the consumption logged through the meter is compared from the previous logs and savings calculated.

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Gas Engineering

Advanced Engineering Solutions gas engineering services

CONDITION ASSESSMENT - Low and medium gas distribution systems

We specialise in assessing the condition and performance capability of in-service gas pipelines, including PE, steel and ageing grey and ductile iron mains. We have developed condition assessment and modeling techniques to give an improved understanding of maintenance requirements and the remaining service life of the pipeline.


We have expertise in conducting stress analysis of pipelines. The primary tool used for completing stress analysis of high pressure pipelines is the CAESAR II software. We have used this tool for various projects including the analysis of pipework arrangements against IGE/TD/12 requirements.

IGEM/TD/1 - 4 Year MOP Affirmation Reports

We have undertaken IGEM/TD/1 affirmation reports for various clients since 2005. We provide an online web accessed data storage solution to enable relevant information to be stored and accessed by the client from anywhere in the world. The client can view the progress of their reports via their own password protected website.


We have developed with a supplier of aerial photography, photographic techniques specifically designed for TD/1 surveys. We can deliver high definition photographs at a competitive price.


We have developed PDA based software solutions for its clients' specific needs. This is the latest mobile technology and it can use GPS, GPRS and WIFI. Bespoke solutions have been developed to collect data from site and transmit it back to AES servers for office based data processing.


We can provide mechanical teams to undertake a wide range of gas site activities. Our operatives are fully trained to accept permits to work under the Safe Control of Operations scheme and as such can operate independently. Our teams are also trained in lifting operations under LOLER and are able to organise for CPA crane hire activities.

Typical gas site experience includes;

  • VS02 type inspection activity
  • PSSR inspection work on pressure vessels including grit blasting of welds, MPI & Ultrasonic inspection
  • Strip down & inspection of water bath heaters
  • Refurbishment of water bath heaters including remanufacture of fire tubes, gas coils & shell repairs
  • Valve overhauls / refurbishment / replacement
  • Overhauls of high pressure regulating equipment
  • Control cabinet refurbishments & high pressure impulse pipework installation

Gas control modules

Our engineers and technicians have extensive expertise and knowledge of gas control modules and can provide the following services:

  • Module overhaul and testing using the ERS Mk1 testing rig
  • Conversion to Visi Wink and Auto Vent Snubber
  • Rectification of broken clock towers
  • Supply of standard maintenance tools
  • Manufacture of bulkhead gaskets
  • Replacement components manufactured to original drawing specifications

High pressure regulator

Engineers and technicians have expertise in the operation and maintenance of the ERS type high pressure regulators. We provide training and consultancy on the maintenance and operations of these regulators.


Our gas consultants provide broad support to many clients including the following services:

  • Materials performance - Polyethylene, grey iron, ductile iron, and steel
  • Asset management/replacement strategies
  • Pipe system construction standards
  • New/replacement pipe-laying techniques
  • Pressure testing and purging
  • Gas flow modeling and analysis
  • Street works engineering
  • Reinstatement materials recycling
  • Failure investigations
  • Gas related incidents
  • Gas in building audit and inspection
  • Gas metering audit work
  • Hazardous area studies
  • Mechanical and Civil design appraisals to G17/GL5

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Pipeline Coating

Advanced Engineering Solutions pipeline coating services

The Company offers complete re-coating and refurbishment services for above ground pipelines and associated integral structures, principally bridge crossings.

The process can include grit blasting, pipe wrapping and painting using two pack epoxy and polyurethane coating systems. The Company applies tape and liquid coating supplied by Winn & Coales who have been providing anti-corrosion coating and wrappings for over 100 years. Winn & Coales issued AESL with its first approved applicator certificate based on the quality of the work carried out.

All work is carried out in accordance with our ISO9001:2000 procedures and work instructions. AESL provide all the necessary Risk Assessments and Method Statements as well as coordinating all the works with the necessary statutory bodies such as the Environmental Agency, Landowners and occupiers. The work is carried out by trained operators and supervised by qualified painting inspectors.

The works can include the project management for the replacement of associated pipeline structures such as handrails, walkways and valve covers etc. including minor civil works as part of the overall refurbishment programme.

We have carried out pipeline coating works for a number of major clients including Northumbria Water Limited, Essex and Suffolk Water Limited, BNFL and Scottish & Southern Energy. Schemes undertaken have varied from 30m to 4.2km in length and £4,000 to £180,000 in value.

AESL provides the service to customer specification and prides itself as the premier coating contractor for above ground pipelines.

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Before Pipeline before coating After Pipeline after coating
Before Pipeline before coating After Pipeline after coating

Civil Engineering

Advanced Engineering Solutions civil engineering services

Pipeline Surveying

AESL provide land surveys including logitudinal sections and profiling.

Advanced Engineering Solutions civil engineering services

Impounding Reservoir Surveys

In addition to the above, AESL provide First Order Surveys for Impounding Resevoirs, monitoring control stations, essential for compilation of the supervising engineers report.

Design Work

concrete ground floor slab design

Concrete Ground Floor Slab Design

Ground floor slab design to BS 81110: part 1 1997 and Concrete Society Technical Report 34.

concrete ground floor slab design

Drainage / Soakaway Design

Site soil infiltration tests and Soakaway Drainage Design to BRE 365.

Thrust Block / Pipeline Anchorage Design

Restraint of water pipeline pressure/movement, Mc Alloy anchors and thrust block design.

drainage soakaway design

Utility Asset Surveys

Pipelines, valves, pumping stations and service reservoirs surveyed including valve and pressure checks, GPS updating of pipeline routes to sub metre accuracy.

drainage soakaway design

Software Development

Advanced Engineering Solutions software development services

The company offers a complete start to finish software development service. Involving the customer at all levels during the development of the applications.

Typical developments include:

  • Data Collection
  • Data Storage
  • Server Side Software for Collection and Processing of Data
  • Desktop Application for Collection and Processing of Data
  • Online access to data via custom developed websites
  • PCM (Pipeline Current Mapping) Surveys
  • Remote Data Logging
  • Online mapping of data
  • Other Technical Software including:
    • Fiscal allocation of hydrocarbon products
    • Software to calculate hazardous zones to IGEM/SR/25 Edition 2
    • Asset risk prioritisation software and database
    • Software to calculate loading of buried pipes

Data collection activities are provided for both desktop and PDA (Personal Digital Assistant), with the option of collecting data on site and uploading to a central server either remotely via standard mobile communications or back in the office.

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Client Portfolio

Water Industry

Northumbrian Water LtdNorthmbrian Water Ltd
Thames WaterThames Water
United UtitrtiesUnited Utilities
Scottish WaterScottish Water
Wessex Water Services LtdWessex Water
Northern Ireland WaterNorthern Ireland Water
Suez EnvironnementSuez Environnement
Melbourne WaterMelbourne Water
City West WaterCity West Water (Melbourne)
Sydney WaterSydney Water
SA WaterSouth Australia Water

Gas and Oil Industries

Northern Gas NetworksNorthern Gas Networks
Scotia Gas NetworksScotia Gas Networks
National Grid GasNational Grid Gas
Scottish and Southern EnergyScottish and Southern Energy
The Hong Kong and China Gas CompanyThe Hong Kong and China Gas Company
Apache CorporationApache Corporation
Khalda Petroleum CompanyKhalda Petroleum Company
IGas EngeryIGas Engery
Bord GisBord Gáis
Mutual EnergyMutual Energy

Quality Policy

It is the policy of Advanced Engineering Solutions Limited to supply products and services to its customers to a consistent quality and standard defined by Company targets customer requirements and specifications. The Company, in order to meet this objective has established and operates a Quality Management System. The Company is committed to ensure the effectiveness of it's Quality Management System and to seek to ensure its continual improvement. Mechanisms for the recording of the Company's performance against it's Quality Objectives are a fundamental part of the Quality Management System.

1 General

The Quality Systems detailed in this Quality Systems Manual and associated Procedures and Work Instruction Manuals are designed to ensure that all products and services supplied by the Company conform to the Company's and client requirements. The Quality System is based upon the International Standard ISO 9001: 2000

Level 1: Quality Systems Manual (QS-1): This document will be at the highest level and will reference all documentation below it. This manual gives an overview of the policies, procedures and practices adopted towards the various sections of ISO 9001: 2000.

Level 2: Procedures Manual (QS-2): These documents contain the procedures pertinent to key business activities. The procedures define the purpose and scope of the activity, outlining the "what, when, where and by whom" the activity is to be carried out. Where required, the manuals also document the appropriate Quality Records and maintenance of those records.

Level 3: Work Instruction Manual (QS-3): Where required, individual documents will refer to more detailed work instructions specifying how individuals will undertake one or more specific tasks.

2 Responsibility and Authority

The responsibility, authority and the inter-relation of all personnel who manage or perform or inspect work affecting the quality of our products and services are defined in the Procedures Manual (QS-2) and the Work Instructions Manuals (QS-3).

3 Resources

The Company's Directors are responsible for the appointment of Quality Management representatives who will have responsibilities and authority for ensuring the implementation and compliance of the systems in accordance with the International Standard. The Company will ensure that adequate resources are provided for the identified requirements of this Quality Systems Manual and that trained personnel are assigned to all critical Quality tasks.

4 Responsibility

The MD has the ultimate responsibility for establishing, implementing and maintaining the Company Quality Policy, via the Quality Manager and Group Directors and he has delegated to the Quality Manager the 'hands on' implementation and maintenance of the Quality System.

5 Management Review

The Quality Review Panel will co-ordinate the Company's quality and standards functions and as such will be the prime resource for management review of the quality system. The review is a Senior Management function, which will be instigated by the Quality Manager and concluded with a meeting of the Quality Review Panel as appropriate, and the following will be considered as a minimum for carrying out such reviews.

6 Contract Review

The Contract Review procedure will ensure that before submission of a tender or the acceptance of a contract or order that the client's requirements are clearly understood and recorded with due regard to any special requirements.

The control of Contract Review activities will be in accordance with procedure QS-2-P-01. The responsibility for this procedure will be with the Managing Director.

7 Document and Data Control

The Company operates procedures to control all relevant documentation that constitute the Quality System, these include the Quality System Manual (this manual), operational procedures (Procedures Manual), work instructions (Work Instruction Manual).

Document and Data Control will be in accordance with the procedure QS-2-P-03.

8 Purchasing

The Company will use suppliers and sub-contractors with a known capability to meet specific quality requirements; consideration will be given to the following when assessing such capabilities, evaluation of Sub-Contractors technical capability and PI insurances, purchasing records and other data, verification of Purchased Product, verification of Sub-Contractors product.

Evaluation and the control of the purchasing process will be in accordance with procedure QS-2-P-04 and work instruction QS-3-WI-001.

9 Control of Customer Supplied Product

The Control of Customer Supplied Product Procedure will address the following quality aspects, identification of Customer Supplied Product, product or material storage, sduitability of product for intended use, the separate storage of damaged or unsuitable product or material.

The Control of Customers Supplied Product shall be in accordance with the procedure QS-2-P-05.

10 Product Identification and Traceability

Documented systems will be maintained to ensure that constituent materials for use in the production of intellectual property (reports etc.) or assembled or manufactured goods and for the goods themselves are adequately identified and traceable by means of advice notes and inspection records.

Product identification and traceability will be in accordance with the procedure QS-2-P-06

11 Process Control

Any part of the production processes that could affect quality will be identified and documented into procedures and/or work instructions, such documentation will be made available to all relevant personnel and will be displayed at appropriate work stations.

Process Control will be in accordance with the procedure QS-2-P-07

12 Inspection and Testing

The Inspection and Testing Procedure will address the frequency of testing, receiving inspection and testing, in process inspection and testing final inspection and testing and inspection and testing records.

Where necessary the Inspection and Testing with be in accordance with the procedure QS-2-P-08

13 Measuring and Test Equipment

Where applicable the Control of Inspection, Measuring and Test Equipment Procedure will address the measurements required, frequency, accuracy of testing, precision, calibration, equipment maintenance, test standards traceability, inspection, testing and calibration records.

The control of inspection, measuring and test equipment will be in accordance with the procedure QS-2-P-09.

14 Inspection and Test Status

The Inspection and Test Status Procedure will address the suitable visual identification and segregation of material stocks/stocking areas, reference to inspection records and identifiable process data, the inspection and test status of materials, components and other items used to provide finished products or services will be positively identified to prevent inadvertent use or delivery of defective materials, products or services to customers.

The Inspection and Test Status will be in accordance with procedure QS-2-P-10.

15 Control of Non Conforming Product

The Control of Non Conforming Product Procedure will address, can the product be accepted, can a concession be obtained from the customer, can the product be reworked or repaired, should the product be returned to the supplier, should the product be scrapped, suitable visual identification and segregation of material stocks/stocking areas, reference to inspection records and identifiable process data.

Non Conforming Product as identified by the Inspection and Test procedure will be subject to an investigation that will result in the product being accepted or rejected in accordance with the procedure QS-2-P-11.

16 Handling, Storage,Packaging, Preservation and Delivery

The Handling, Storage, Packaging, Preservation and Delivery Procedure will address the following quality aspects, handling, storage, packaging, preservation, delivery.

Handling, storage, packaging, preservation and delivery will be carried out in accordance with the procedure QS-2-P-13

17 Control of Quality Records

The Company operates a system to identify, record and retrieve quality records. Records will be maintained to provide evidence of the operation of the quality system. The control and identification of the relevant quality records will be in accordance with the relevant procedure.

This will be carried out in accordance will be carried out in accordance with the procedure QS-2-P-14.

18 Internal Quality Audits

Internal quality audits will be carried out in accordance with Procedures Manual - Internal Audits and the Work Instruction Manual. A planned system of internal audits will be administered by the Quality Manager to verify that the quality systems specified in this manual and designed to meet the requirements of BS EN ISO 9002: 1994 are operating effectively throughout the company.

Internal Quality Audits will be in accordance with procedure QS-2-P-15.

19 Training

The Training Procedure will address the following, identification of training needs, ensure that personnel are fully trained to carry out their specific tasks, ensure that personnel are competent to carry out their tasks through formal training, experience and training, maintain appropriate records of all training received, including 'on-the-job' training.

Employee training will be in accordance with the procedure QS-2-P-16

Environmental Policy

Advanced Engineering Solutions Limited have a responsibility as a company to take proper care of the environment on behalf of our neighbours, customers, staff and the communities in which we operate. Caring for the environment is an essential part of the way we run our business.

We attach maximum importance to all legal requirements and to minimizing any adverse environmental effects that may result from our activities or products. We are committed to manage responsibly the way in which we may affect the environment.

Advanced Engineering Solutions is a science-based engineering company providing technical and scientific support to its customers. It is our policy to satisfy our customer's reasonable requirements and minimize any impact on the environment. Advanced Engineering Solutions is a science-based engineering company providing technical and scientific support to its customers. It is our policy to satisfy our customer's reasonable requirements and minimize any impact on the environment.

In particular Advanced Engineering Solutions Limited will:

  • Optimise the use of energy throughout our operations,
  • Provide appropriate environmental training and educate our employees to be environmentally responsible,
  • Seek to minimize waste in all operations and development and to prevent releases to the atmosphere, land or water,
  • Seek to prevent pollution before it is produced, reduce the amount and toxicity of waste generated and ensure its safe treatment and disposal by responsible methods,
  • Seek to realize the dual benefits of reduced fuel consumption and lower exhaust emissions by coordinating route planning and delivery schedules,
  • Work with suppliers to minimize the impact of their operations on the environment through a quality purchasing policy.

We will integrate environmental consideration into our daily work and use management systems designed to promote activities and conditions that will seek to assure the protection of human health, safety and quality.

We will set objectives and targets for activities that significantly affect the environment and will measure our performance over time and publish details of our progress.

Environmental audits will be undertaken to monitor our progress in this policy, in implementing these principles and in complying with all applicable laws and regulations.

Our company will assign an Environmental Manager committed to:

  • Identify and improve our significant environmental aspects and impacts from current and relevant past activities and services,
  • Ensure that our environmental performance is measured and reviewed against agreed targets to demonstrate continuous improvement,
  • Document, implement and reinforce the principles of this policy to all employees, customers and suppliers, and communicate and make this policy available to all.

Health and Safety Policy

Advanced Engineering Solutions Limited is committed to developing a working environment that is safe and healthy for its employees, visitors and the general public in all of the office and site based activities. The Directors will ensure the promotion of health and safety, as a mutual objective, at all levels within the Company, and will extend this policy to all Company work activities, wherever and whenever they may take place. Advanced Engineering Solutions Limited is committed to developing a working environment that is safe and healthy for its employees, visitors and the general public in all of the office and site based activities. The Directors will ensure the promotion of health and safety, as a mutual objective, at all levels within the Company, and will extend this policy to all Company work activities, wherever and whenever they may take place.

The Company Management is responsible for, as far as reasonably practicable, the safety, health and welfare of all employees and will ensure that they are provided with all necessary tools, protective equipment and training therein, to allow them to perform their work duties in a safe and healthy manner.

  • To provide adequate control of health and safety risks arising from our work activities.
  • To consult with our employees on matters affecting their health and safety.
  • To provide and maintain safe plant and equipment.
  • To ensure safe handling and use of substances
  • To provide information, instruction and supervision for employees.
  • To ensure all employees are competent to do their task, and to give them adequate training.
  • To prevent accidents and cases of work related ill health.
  • To maintain safe and healthy working conditions.
  • To review and revise this policy as necessary at regular intervals.

The commitment of all employees and associates will be required in order to successfully implement this policy. Therefore, it will be a condition of employment for all employees, and will be required by the terms and conditions of all associates, contractors, and secondees, that they all co-operate fully with this policy. The Company are committed to this Health and Safety policy and will fully support all persons responsible for its implementation. The Managing Director will review the policy, annually, to ensure its continuing compliance with current legislation.