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Egis supports major industrial initiatives: classified facilities or Seveso , mining industries, oil and gas industries, energy transportation, renewable energy, nuclear facilities, waste processing, logistics and port infrastructures etc.

The services offered by Egis in the sector of industrial environments are designed to assist companies in managing their risks and their environmental impact, along with related regulatory processes:
- Environmental management and audit, health and safety management
- Regulatory issues
- Management of technological risks
- Modelling of plumes and dispersion of pollutants

Environmental management and audit, health and safety management

Egis undertakes environmental analysis assignments, issues assessment (regulatory, technical, environmental), including assessment of work force exposure to risk.

Support is provided for the implementation of management systems (ISO 14001, OHSAS 18001, integrated systems, consideration of eco-design aspects), training and staff awareness.

Egis performs system audits, audits of transfer acquisition, due diligence, as well as environmental and sustainable development reporting.

Regulatory issues

Egis undertakes project management consultation and procedures, prepares authorisation requests for operating installations classified as environmentally hazardous (ICPEs), ensures the procurement of licences for operations (permits). It also undertakes impact studies, hazard studies, evaluations of operations and studies into ATEX (explosive atmospheres).

Management of technological risks

  • Assessments of potential dangers and their consequences including hazards and risk analyses (HAZOP, Bow-tie, etc.).
  • Tasks relating to safety of procedures and ageing of facilities, including security management systems and audits.
  • Crisis management: Internal Operation Plan (IOP), monitoring and intervention plan (MIP), participation in the development of technological risk prevention plans (PPRTs).