Approved Body for Process Safety Verification of Pressure Equipment

Assisting Manufacturers and End Users with Process Safety Verification of Pressure Equipment

DEKRA assists manufacturers and end users by providing a wide range of process safety verification services for pressure equipment. There are numerous situations in which national legislations call for mandatory inspections of pressure equipment and tank farms to be carried out by an approved inspection body. DEKRA is accredited to carry out such work in many countries around the world.

The benefits you get from Process Safety Verification of Pressure Equipment

  • Comprehensive and competent support from a single source worldwide

  • Leading edge experts in each subject matter

  • Cross application and installation thinking

  • Dual view experience in explosion protection (manufacturer and operator)

Process Safety Verification of Pressure Equipment

About Process Safety Verification of Pressure Equipment

With our comprehensive know-how and many years of practical experience, DEKRA’s pressure equipment experts are fully accredited to offer support in process safety verifications of pressure equipment. Functional safety refers to the reliable provision of the safety functions of a system and is intended to significantly limit possible risks by avoiding systematic errors, recognize random errors and react to identified errors. To check safety functions of pressure equipment DEKRA uses microcomputers: They monitor the correct pressure in the steam boiler, trigger protective systems when necessary and prevent accidents when using machines.

Failures and constellations of a system that are foreseeable should not have a dangerous effect on the system’s lifecycle. In order to identify as many hazards as possible in advance, DEKRA uses HAZOP (Hazard and Operability) analyses.

DEKRA is accredited for Process Safety Verification in accordance with EN 61508 / 61511 and EN 13849 and performs safety and CE conformity assessment of pressure equipment according to PED 2014/68/EU.

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