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COMAH Consulting Ltd – Major Hazard Industry Consultants

COMAH Consulting Ltd provides risk management consultancy services to high hazard industries like manufacturing plants, chemical factories, refineries, power stations, pharmaceutical companies etc.  Our business is to help our clients to manage the risks of toxic gas release, explosions and fire which have the potential to harm many people and the environment.


We work as major hazard industry consultants (i.e. as safety and environmental consultants) in the major hazard sectors for a range of companies and clients - from small "non"-COMAH plants through to large upper-tier COMAH complexes.  We also work in conjunction with other engineering consultants and design contractors.


Some clients require advice to achieve a "minimum legal" objective; others require advice to help them become high reliability organisation with world class process safety performance.  We can assist both.  We have a strong ex-HSE chemicals' sector Principal Inspector “presence” and we can provide constructive and pragmatic liaison with the regulator.

We can provide bespoke or generic process safety training, delivered by a COGENT accredited trainer.

We can help develop suitable safety management systems (SMS).

Registered Office: 

Unit 10, Alvaston Business Park Middlewich Road, Nantwich CW5 6PF

Company registration number :09531408 (England and Wales).

VAT Registration No: 210899894

For more details, please see the Contact us page.

Solutions


Hazard Analysis

Consultants on Major Accident Hazards in the Process Industries

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