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C&P Engineering Services joins leading-edge health and safety scheme

31 August 2011

Hazardous area Electrical and Instrumentation Engineering company C&P Engineering Services is one of the latest groups of successful companies to join a health and safety scheme designed to improve industry safety.

The scheme recognises very high standards of health and safety practise by assessing the health and safety competency of contractors and service providers. It is the fastest growing health and safety accreditation scheme in the UK and is used by many large organisations as a way of obtaining competent contractors.

Paul Bunyan, Managing Director explains: "Health and Safety has always been a key priority for C&P Engineering Services, especially because of the hazardous environments we are accustomed to working in. Joining SAFEcontractor will enable us to provide independent evidence of our commitment to health and safety to clients that recognise the scheme.”

Accompanying accreditations include the NICEIC approved hazardous area contractor scheme and NICEIC approved contractor scheme. The company is an award winning business that has a reputation of minimising risk through professional, versatile, high quality Electrical and Instrumentation Engineering.

Services include:
▪ Installation and Maintenance
▪ Instrument Piping
▪ Hazardous Area Inspections
▪ Commissioning
▪ Inspection and Testing
▪ Calibration and Repair
▪ Control Panel Building
▪ CCTV and Access Control
▪ Personnel Hire

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