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Z-Tech awarded new Thames Water Hazardous Area Framework

11 November 2015

Z-Tech is pleased to announce the award of a new Thames Water Hazardous Area Framework.
Thames Water is investing in ensuring its sites and assets located in classified hazardous areas are inspected and maintained to the highest standards - to both help provide a safe working environment and also keep to BS EN 60079, incorporating the DSEAR and ATEX regulations.

Thames Water is the largest water company in the UK, and as such, its asset lists are vast. This particular Framework includes some 1,300 sites from 2015-2016 and some 8,300 assets. The inspections will be a combination of Visual, Close and Detailed and will also give scope for rectification work across the whole estate.

Z-Tech Control Systems is one of only three contractors allocated to this work, with specific geographic responsibility for the North and Central assets, and scope for whole-estate remedial works.

As an NICEIC Hazardous Approved Company, Z-Tech designs, installs, inspects, tests and maintains all hazardous area electrical installations, an expanding area of business.

Claire Waterman, ATEX Business Unit Manager said:

“I’m delighted to be heading up the ATEX unit for Z-Tech and am looking forward to coordinating the FA1209 framework for Thames Water. We’re bringing innovation to the table too, with our Z-One mobile asset management system we’ll be getting inspection reports live for Thames Water in real time – increasing the response to rectify any works and maintain stringent compliance.” 

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