COMAH Surveys and Civil Works
Storage of chemicals and other hazardous substances is a critical part of COMAH site operations: it is essential that adherence to COMAH regulations can be demonstrated by your business.
How can STEM Construction Help?
Site COMAH Compliance Surveys
Your annual site survey is an essential part of your COMAH compliance. Our team is experienced in assessing your storage and handling facilities and infrastructure’s suitability for minimising risks.
Our expert will attend your site to assess:
- the condition of all your hazardous substance storage facilities
- the condition of all substance pipelines and on-site transport methods
- ground conditions and their suitability for the site
- suitability of infrastructure for your process/storage needs
- remedial works requirements, if any
- potential improvements
Completion of Remedial and Improvement Works
Our team are experts in meeting COMAH regulations on your site. This may include:
- repair or construction of containment bunds
- remedial work to retaining walls
- improvements to supporting plinths
- replacement of pipework
- creation of site containment infrastructure to protect the surrounding environment
- re-routing of surface water drainage to avoid hazards
Why STEM Construction?
We have extensive experience of identifying and meeting COMAH requirements for manufacturing businesses. Our fully qualified team will work with you to identify the most appropriate solutions for your business, ranging from necessary remedies to achieve compliance to a comprehensive future-proof site infrastructure solution.
We are an agile team who work flexibly and quickly to adapt to your needs. STEM Construction take control of the complete process, from survey to design and build, enabling you to focus on your core business whilst works are carried out.
Protecting Your Compliance and Working Environments
The Control Of Major Accident Hazards Regulations 2015 (COMAH), according the government’s published guidelines, “aims to prevent and mitigate the effects of major accidents involving dangerous substances which can cause serious damage/harm to people and/or the environment. COMAH treats risks to the environment as seriously as those to people.”
Where dangerous substances identified in the regulations are kept or used, your organisation may have to comply with COMAH regulations. This means taking “all measures necessary to prevent major accidents and limit their consequences to people and the environment”. This includes using Best Available Technologies to avoid or mitigate the risk of accidents.
Our COMAH Projects
STEM Construction’s involvement in COMAH projects covers all aspects of the work from inspection to completion. Examples of our relevant experience include:
Tetrosyl Ltd – Construction of secondary containment bunds – Click here