Inglewood Engineering are a focused team of professional compliance engineers, headed up by specialists in process engineering, remedial design and functional safety. The company was formed in 1983 and has over 35 years experience within the industry.
We fully understand the requirements regarding competency and the need for demonstrating it; it’s at the heart of what we do. Our credentials are a proven blend of qualifications, training and development, accreditation and experience.
Our engineers are highly qualified. Inglewood Engineering provides all engineers with an intensive programme of in-house training and continuing assessment. The engineers also complete external training courses and seek national and international accreditation where it exists, e.g. Comp’Ex’, IECEx, C&G 2382, C&G 2394, C&G 2395.
Inglewood engineers have worked on electrical/instrument design and compliance on industrial sites for many years, during which time we have built up a wealth of experience.
Our work covers, but is not limited to; Chemical Plants, Pharmaceutical Sites, Cement Works, Food Manufacturers, Fuel Depots, Stores, Power Stations, Nuclear facilities, Ministry of Defence sites, Airports, Petrol Stations, Office Buildings and Laboratories.
In fact there are few sectors we haven’t already encountered. Many organisations, large and small, have benefited from the broad range of our experience.
To learn more about our services and the assessments we carry out fill in our contact form or call 01625 410100 and speak to a member of our team.
Area Classification and Risk Assessment are both areas in which Inglewood Engineering is highly experienced, with over 35 years helping clients gain DSEAR / ATEX compliance. Regulation 5 of DSEAR requires that where a dangerous substance is or is liable to be present at the workplace, the employer shall make a suitable and sufficient assessment of the risks to his employees which arise from that substance.
The Electricity at Work Regulations 1989 (EAWR) is very much a cornerstone of the law governing installations in hazardous areas. Regulation 4(2) requires equipment to be maintained to prevent danger, and regular inspection is considered an essential part of that maintenance.