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Inspection

Regulatory compliance of equipment and facilities is a major issue for all operators; it contributes to improved performance and safety for the benefit of staff, customers and users.

 

In a globalised world, many goods and equipment are manufactured outside local borders and the need to verify their compliance is imperative to meet the standards in force in the country of operation. Furthermore, any accident that affects human safety or the preservation of the environment is immediately covered by the media. This can have a major impact on a company's brand image, the achievement of its production objectives and its profitability.

 

The conformity of equipment and installations is certainly a local regulatory constraint but it is also a useful and necessary lever for the safe development of the company.


Your issues

Your challenges with regard to the compliance of your sites and equipment:

  • Dealing with complex, constantly changing regulations that are sometimes difficult to apply. You are looking for clear and precise answers.
  • Apply a will of the leaders to concentrate on their core business, on the added value of the company.
  • Focusing on your customers' demands: personalised products and services, at a lower cost.
  • Face a scarcity of internal resources to ensure the monitoring of the conformity of your sites.
  • Have reliable and safe sites, whether in terms of facilities, equipment or buildings.
  • Implement a virtuous process of improving facilities, buildings and organisations.
  • Use modern, innovative and digital tools to save time and get straight to the point.
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Building Technical Control
Technical inspection refers to inspections on the design of works and inspections on the execution of works.
The service of technical inspection during execution of the works consists of planning and conducting inspections during the execution of the works, in some or all of its parts, aimed at controlling the risk associated with: supply and installation of materials, elements or sub-systems, execution of the works according to the specifications of the technical standards and the rules of good construction practice.
The purpose of the design verification activity is: design compliance with specific functional, performance, regulatory and technical provisions and guidelines, guarantee to the client, assistance and support to the client, quality of the work.
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Periodic Regulatory Audits

The statutory periodic inspections are aimed at ascertaining compliance with the installation methods laid down by the manufacturer in the instructions for use, the state of maintenance and conservation, the maintenance of the specific safety conditions, the efficiency of the safety and control devices.

These checks are carried out at specific intervals by qualified technicians from an approved body, such as Apave Italia CPM :

 

  • - Grounding
  • - Lifts
  • - Lifting and Pressure
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Technical inspections

The inspection activity concerns the control during the commissioning of the installations, to check their conformity in relation to the standard and/or regulations, and during their use, to periodically check their safety status.

Why choose

Apave?

1

ITS EXPERTISE IN RISK MANAGEMENT

With 150 years of experience in risk management, the Apave Group has all the necessary expertise in this field to provide you with solutions tailored to your needs.
2

THE VARIETY OF ITS AREAS OF ACTIVITY

From infrastructure and construction engineering to transport, energy and highways, not forgetting industrial and manufacturing goods, we are there to support you in every sector.
3

ITS PRESENCE THROUGHOUT THE RISK MANAGEMENT CHAIN

From regulatory technical inspections to training and certification, Apave provides quality solutions for all your projects.