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Notices served

Notice 310767844 served against Greco Developments Limited on 10/07/2020
Notice Type Improvement Notice
Description IN/SPD100720/01 - 310767815 You have failed to take measures to prevent or, where that is not reasonably practicable, adequately control, the risks to employees safety from the unintended discharge of any article (such as components or connectors) or any gas or liquid (such as the medium being used for testing) during the pressure testing of diving umbilicals which is carried out in the workshop with no means of segregating the operator from the testing assembly in place. IN/SPD100720/02 - 310767835 You have failed to adequately control your employees' exposure to solder fume, which is a substance hazardous to health and a significant cause of occupational asthma, in that; you have not provided adequate ventilation systems, in sufficient number, to control the release of fume at source. IN/SPD100720/03 - 310767844 You have failed to ensure that the fume extraction system; provided to control exposure to isocyanates (which are substances hazardous to health and a significant cause of occupational asthma) during the dispensing of moulding agents, has undergone a thorough examination and test within the last 14 months by a person who is competent to do so. IN/SPD100720/04 - 310767857 You have failed to provide health surveillance to employees liable to be exposed to substances hazardous to health, namely solder flux fume and isocyanates (both of which are significant causes of occupational asthma).
Compliance Date 25/08/2020 Revised Compliance Date
Result Complied with

Breaches involved in this Notice

Location of Offence
Address 1 Anderson Dr Aberdeen/ Greco
Greco Developments Limited

Region Scotland
Local Authority Aberdeen City UA
Industry Manufacturing
Type of Location Fixed
HSE Details
HSE Group FODOP1GP1 HSE Directorate Field Operations Division
HSE Area HSE Division Scotland
Updated: 2020-03-04