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An essential requirement for new products and activities realisation and for an organization's translocation or operation license renewal is the Environmental Conditions Approval Decision issued by the qualified authorities after the registration of the Environmental Impacts Study. The procedure concerning the issue of the Environmental Conditions Approval Decision and the content of the Environmental Impacts Study are determined by legislation depending on the organization's activities.

Generally, the Environmental Impacts Studies (EIS) include: project or activity's description, design and size, identification and evaluation of all basic environmental impacts, preventive measurements, reduction or replacement of all possible environmental impacts.

Depending on the type of project or activity attached to the EIS are specific technical studies such as studies of sewage disposal and industrial waste, hazardous waste management, integrated prevention assessment, application of best available techniques (BAT), etc.

Process Engineering personnel have significant experience in environmental studies in industrial and manufacturing, warehousing facilities, technical infrastructure, hotel facilities, chemical laboratories and other commercial activities, etc.

More specifically, Process Engineering undertakes the preparation of:

  • Environmental Impact Studies.
  • Sewage and Industrial Wastewater Studies.
  • Solid Waste Management Plans.
  • Hazardous Waste Management Studies.
  • Ship Waste Management Plans and Cargo Residues in port facilities.
  • Studies for the planning and implementation of Environmental Quality Monitoring Programs (acoustic, atmospheric, terrestrial and aquatic environment).
  • Integrated Prevention and Control of environmental effects studies (IPPC Directive).
  • Best Available Techniques applying Studies (BAT- IPPC Directive).
  • Environmental Management Systems (ISO 14001:2004, EMAS).
  • Building's Energy Efficiency Estimation Studies.
  • Hazardous Materials Management Studies.
  • Marine Pollution Emergency Situations Plans.
  • Safety Studies and Emergency Situations Plans for major accident's prevention in facilities managing hazardous substances (SEVESO II Directive).

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Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP)- Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point (HACCP) as a prevention tool against Covid-19

Although EFSA (European Food Safety authority, WHO (World Health Organization) the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) state that there is no evidence that food is a source or transmission route for the corona virus disease (Covid-19), good manufacturing practices in the food industry

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Contractors and Subcontractors Safety Management in Construction Projects

A crucial factor for the efficient execution of a project

Construction projects are a sector where health & safety risks are particularly high. This is largely due to the nature of the work being carried out but also to the difficulties of coordination between the stakeholders involved (contractors, subcontractors, self-employed, employees, etc.).

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Is your Corporate Safety Culture healthy?

When evaluating an organization’s Safety Culture, one must take into consideration its efficiency at eliminating occupational hazards and reducing accidents and ill health.

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Environmental Management System at PETROGAZ

Process Engineering, continuing its dynamic course in the field of Environmental Management, is proud to offer support to PETROGAZ regarding the development, the implementation and the certification of their Environmental Management System.

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The Safety and Productivity Dilemma

People working in different business functions, despite being aligned around an expected common business performance, often try to achieve the goal by traveling down separate roads.

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Safety Management of facility maintenance contractors

Outsourcing is usually the way of conducting non-core business functions such as corrective and preventive maintenance.

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Quality, Health & Safety and Environmental Audits
An important compliance monitoring tool


The implementation of Quality Management, Health & Safety and Environmental Management Systems is an essential one-way solution for modern businesses.
Both market requirements and the need to substantially improve working conditions and protect the environment lead businesses to adopt the relevant international standards for the implementation of Management Systems (ISO 9001, ISO 45001, ISO 14001, OHSAS 18001).

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ISO 22000:2018 Food Safety Management Systems – Requirements for any organization in the food chain

ISO 22000:2018 sets out the requirements for a food safety management system (FSMS). It determines what an organization needs to do to demonstrate its ability to control food safety hazards in order to ensure that food is safe.

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Leading vs Lagging indicators: Future perspectives and past results!

Leading and lagging indicators help enterprise leaders understand business conditions and trends. They are metrics that inform managers that they are on track to meet their organizational goals and objectives.

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Improving the Return on Your Management System

During previous decades Management Systems’ objectives (Quality, Health &Safety and Environment) were to help organizations satisfy customer requirements, organize processes, enable continuous improvement and most importantly be able to compete other market competitors.

In today’s business environment, objectives have become

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Safety Training that delivers - Pitfalls to Avoid

According to international training evaluation data the majority of employees forget what they have learn within 24 hours of training.

“The Employee Forgetfulness Index” findings are bad news for Occupational Health & Safety.

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Integrated Management System at GEFYRA SA

The Concessionaire GEFYRA SA, a joint venture of VINCI CONCESSIONS, AKTOR CONSCESSIONS SA and AVAX SA is responsible for the design, construction, financing, maintenance and operation of the Bridge "Charilaos Trikoupis". An emblematic project for Greece but also a real achievement of modern engineering.

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Working Towards an Effective Safety Culture – How to Increase Involvement In Occupational Safety

Ensuring safe working conditions is a priority for most modern organizations.

In many cases however the results are not as expected although significant resources are spent to this end.

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ISO 45001 - Occupational health and safety

ISO 45001 - Occupational health and safety Management Systems published on 12 of March 2018 aims to help all size organizations to manage health and safety issues more efficiently and to reduce accidents and ill health.

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Scaffold Training

We design and provide training courses to meet the requirements and needs of your organization. Check the "Scaffold Training Overview".

For more information or to discuss a bespoke training program to suit your needs, please contact us.

 

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Confined Space Training

We design and provide training courses to meet the requirements and needs of your organization. Check the "Confined Spaces" training course overview.

For more information or to discuss a bespoke training program to suit your needs, please contact us.

 

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PTOLEMAIDA 5 – Power Plant Construction

The PTOLEMAIDA 5 - Power Plant is the largest industrial investment under development this period in Greece. With a total power of 660 MW and heat output of 140 MW for the district heating of Ptolemais, the new unit will replace the operation of old plants with equivalent power.

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  • Mechanical Engineer
  • Civil Engineer, Mechanical and Structural Engineering
  • Occupational Physician

 

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