Managing and Controlling Risk
The positive pressure enclosures (pressurized habitats) provide an excellent engineering solution in managing and controlling the risks associated in carrying out hot work and or use of other sources of ignition in classified hazardous areas. This is achieved through the segregation of the ignition source from the hazardous area, therefore providing a safe working environment inside the pressurised habitat. This, incorporated with the added flexibility and capability of installation in any location or environment the Safehouse Habitat provides the perfect solution for hot work in hazardous areas.
Managing the risks when carrying out hot work in hazardous areas is an industry requirement. The Safehouse habitat is engineered, designed and certified to reduce the risk of hot work in hazardous areas and can be used as an excellent engineering control for risk mitigation when carrying out risk assessment.
Safehouse provides flexible, effective and engineered solutions for all client requirements no matter how large or small. The Safehouse habitat comes complete with electrical equipment that is certified to be safely operated in a hazardous area, therefore providing a total package of equipment that radically controls, or, reduces risks relating to hot work tasks in the industry.
Safehouse Habitats specialises in the supply and installation of positive pressure flexible habitats (overpressure enclosures).
Typically, the pressurized habitats will be used where there is a requirement to safely execute hot work such as welding, grinding, cutting or sandblasting, the welding shelters are normally deployed on Offshore Production Platforms and within Onshore Petro-Chemical Terminals
Among the countries where Safehouse Habitats have been successfully used are Australia, Canada, Malaysia, Netherlands, Norway, Trinidad and Tobago, Tunisia and the U.K. Continental Shelf.