Since 2013, ODS International has been committed to use a proactive and structured approach to its administrative, commercial and technical management.
This commitment was necessary to meet the requirements of the MASE approval, a necessary prerequisite to access Seveso sites.
But it was first and foremost a true management decision, in order to optimise administrative management and offer a robust and attractive structure, ideally suited to create strong partnerships in the export markets.
Procedures listed below may seem cumbersome or unnecessary, yet they offer many benefits, from the general preparation of remediation sites and visits, up to the optimisation of on site performance or maintenance follow-up.
ODSI has compiled a list of all safety equipment (helmets, H2S detector, EVA masks…). This list contains a date of validity and is updated on a regular basis.
This allows the team to know at any time the ob-solescence level of all equipment and to ensure appropriate replacement.
Each technical component of a DS 500 and DS 100 unit, ATEX cabin, or storage unit, such as containers, tanks, electric and pneumatic cabi-nets, pumps, compressors or probes, receives a unique identification within the equipment data-base upon its entry at ODSI.
This identification serves as a reference for any activity related to this component, allowing traceability of the equipment during its lifetime at ODSI.
ODSI has established very specific update pro-cedures, shared with its different partners.
These allow for a better anticipation of training organisation, document revision dates, or the realisation of audits required for the extension of prevention plans, approvals and essential training certificates for the continuation of ODSI’s activities.