Achieving OSHA Compliance for Equipment Lacking Documentation

by Brian R. Macejko / May 2016

 

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) requires owner-users to maintain essential documentation authenticating adequate design and maintenance of pressure vessels and storage tanks. Unfortunately, it is not uncommon to find equipment operating in industry with minimal or no documentation. This has become even more common in recent years with the re-purposing of assets for use in new facilities. Suitability-for-Service (SFS) is the process of performing inspection and engineering to obtain OSHA compliance for fixed equipment lacking documentation. E2G | The Equity Engineering Group, Inc. has completed thousands of these evaluations. We have the experience and capability to provide the most cost-effective solution for owner-users.

 

This webinar outlines what equipment requires an SFS evaluation, what industry guidance is available to achieve OSHA compliance for equipment lacking documentation, the general SFS procedure, and additional considerations beyond current industry Codes and Standards. The webinar also provides a summary of additional benefits E2G can provide if an owner-user is considering a large-scale SFS project.

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