Safety of Industrial Facilites

Industrial Health & Safety has major complexities. Health & Safety Management in Industrial Sites is linked with the nature of activities, neighboring environment, mechanical equipment that is used, machinery and vehicles, raw materials used, products, wastes and ancillary activities (i.e. maintenance, transportation, etc.). Specialized hazards identification and risk assessment is crucial in every industrial facility, depending on the nature of its activities. 


With its executives and extensive network, Biosafety provides Health & Safety services in industrial sites of every nature: 

  • Chemical Industry 
  • Gas & Oil (refineries, transportation, storage, distribution)
  • Food & Beverage Industry 
  • Cement & Concrete production Industries 
  • Energy Production & Renewable Sources (wind farms, solar panels, hydroelectrical)
  • Mining, Metal Processing and Metallurgy 
  • Technological Products 


To support industrial employees essentially, we use tools and programs such as: 

  • το Industrial Safety Audit 
  • το Human Error Tracking 
  • το Root Cause Analysis 
  • το Behavioral Safety Program 


Health & Safety Support in Industries includes

  • Safety Officer services 
  • Safety Coordinator, if subcontractors are present 
  • On-site Officer’s presence, periodical, per-shift, full-time 
  • On-site Officer’s full-time presence regarding subcontractors, with the ability to issue work permits (Work Permits) 
  • On-site Medical & Nursing staff presence, periodical, per-shift, full-time 
  • Installation, staffing & equipping First Aid Stations 
  • Organizing and managing Health & Safety issues during maintenance and shutdown 
  • Development of Health & Safety Plan and Health & Safety File 
  • Development of Health & Safety Procedures-Instructions and Method statements for any activity 
  • Development of specialized studies, i.e. ATEX, SEVESO III, Fire-safety, Signs 
  • Development of Emergency Response Plans  
  • Managing contractors’ Health & Safety 
  • Training program implementation (theoretical & practical)
  • Factor measurement and critical point monitoring