Llewellyn (Safety Advisors) Europe Ltd specialise in a variety of health and safety services to businesses across the UK and Europe. With over 20 years experience in the industry, this family-run business is well respected for its first class services within the dangerous goods, health and safety and logistics fields.
Llewellyn (Safety Advisors) Europe Ltd specialises in safety audits, health and safety, transport of dangerous goods and training. Its team are pleased to offer their knowledgeable services to small privately owned companies as well as large blue chip PLC's throughout Europe.
European Regulations state that all companies transporting, loading and unloading dangerous goods must have an appointed DGSA advisor. At Llewellyn (Safety Advisors) Europe Ltd, we provide all the information you need to ensure that your company is fully compliant with DGSA regulations in all modes of transport – by road, sea or by air. Our DGSA packages have been created to fulfil all legal requirements and are regularly monitored and updated to ensure our services and businesses are up-to-date with the latest European requirements.
We assess and supply structured audits of your operations, train your operational staff and carry out security risk assessment and security plans if required. We also make it a priority to see your DGSA advisor at least twice a year to keep up to date with the latest industry regulations.
ADR is The European Agreement concerning the International Carriage of Dangerous Goods by Road, it is a framework agreed by all states in Europe for the safe transportation of goods that can be hazardous to man, property and the environment.
At Llewellyn (Safety Advisors) Europe Ltd we offer a number of ADR training courses throughout the year in Wellingborough, Northamptonshire. These courses run for a minimum of three days and cover the core principles required for the safe transportation of dangerous goods. Different modules have been tailored to suit different goods being transported.
For details of our courses please visit our website or call one of our advisors for further information.
The storage of dangerous substances is monitored in the UK
by the Control of Major Accident Hazards (COMAH) Regulations 1999 which is
amended by the Control of Major Hazards (Amendment) Regulations 2005. We provide
COMAH/ SEVESO compliancy audits to ensure that all operations are undertaken
safely and meet legal standards. To
ensure that you are COMAH compliant we provide a range of services in the
COMAH Risk Assessment
Major Accident Prevention Policy (MAPP)
Hazard Identification and Analysis
Hazard Operational Analysis
Safety Management Systems
Internal and External Emergency Response Plans
MAPP and COMAH training