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Seridan offer a complete package of services for:
Breathing Apparatus, Breathing Air Compressors, B.A Cylinder Testing, Air Quality Testing.
It is vital that High Pressure Compressors for breathing air are regularly serviced and maintained. This is to ensure proper technical function of the equipment and to adequately meet the needs of health and safety for the equipment and ensure that air quality is up to EN 12021 standard.
Seridans engineers have long experience, knowledge and qualifications in maintaining and servicing B.A compressors for Fire Brigades and Industry.
Breathing air cylinders should be periodically pressure tested and recertified, and valves should be serviced and overhauled with parts changed as required. Seridan cylinder technicians are approved with UKAS personell accreditation to test cylinders to EN ISO 11623 (Composite), EN 1968 (Steel), and EN1802 (Aluminium) standards and to overhaul cylinder valves to EN11489.
Supplied air for breathing purposes must meet the requirements for Air Quality as outlined by EN12021 and COSHH Regulations.
Seridan provide air quality analysis tests for SCBA cylinders, high pressure breathing compressors, and lower pressure breathing airline systems for fixed and portable to EN 12021.
Seridan offer a full range of services on all equipment sold as follows:
Regular servicing and maintenance of air fed breathing apparatus and other types of respiratory equipment should be carried out to keep units in safe and good working order. Scott manufacturers of breathing apparatus supplied by Seridan stipulate service schedules for their equipment that must only be carried out by trained personnel authorised by Scott.
The General Applications Regulations came into effect at the end of 2007 to update the 1993 Regulations. Article 66 states: An employer shall ensure that any personal protective equipment provided by the employer under Regulation 62 is maintained at all times in good working order and in a satisfactory hygienic condition by means of any necessary storage, maintenance, repair or replacement.
In the interests of health and safety there is a requirement that air fed breathing apparatus is serviced minimally on an annual basis or more frequently depending on the conditions of use and storage. Seridan can provide this service to customers in a fully accountable manner because we are the company in Ireland operating as the Scott Authorised Service Centre.
The General Applications Regulations 2007 also refer to the need for training in Article 67 by stating that an employer ... shall... arrange for training and, if appropriate, organise demonstration in the wearing of such equipment. Seridan support this important customer requirement with the provision of Scott accredited training courses in breathing apparatus use and wearing.