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Safety is generally considered expensive although, in theory, a higher product compliance level should result in savings. Real savings can be achieved with proper planning. This may be of some inspiration to those battling with costs. Certification of all equipment for use in explosive atmospheres is controlled by ARP 0108, which is effectively part of legislation as it defines the legal requirements for certification of equipment for use in explosive atmospheres. According to this document, all explosion-protected (Ex) equipment shall have information assurance (IA) certificates issued by approved or accredited test laboratories (ATLs)… (more)

SANS 10086 Part 3 gives instructions on the repair, overhaul, reclamation and modification of certified apparatus designed for use in explosive atmospheres. By “maintenance”, the standard means routine repair actions taken to preserve the fully serviceable condition of the installed apparatus. “Repair” refers to the restoration of a faulty apparatus to a fully serviceable condition. By “overhaul” is meant the restoration to a fully serviceable condition of a used or in-store item… (more)

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