CompEx Approved Hazardous Area Electrical Contractor
BMS are approved contractors on the role of the NICEIC and we use our own trained electrical engineers to carry out the specialised installation work associated with petrol and diesel pumps and their control systems. Our electrical work and record keeping is regularly audited, inspected and tested by the NICEIC as part of the membership criteria.
In addition to being CompEx qualified to work in any industrial location, BMS also holds CompEx 1-4 and 7/8 qualifications to work in other hazardous areas, including forecourts, MOD and Local Authorities/Emergency Service sites.
BMS carry out all types of electrical inspections and installations, including the design and build of electrical distribution equipment for hazardous areas.
MTFI to DMG 14 Standard
- Electrical Inspection
BFI to PG05-12 Standard
- Detailed and Visual Electrical Inspections to BSEN 60079-17 PG05/12
- Electrical Remedial and Installation work to BSEN 60079-14
- Motor Overload Testing
- 11 Month Earth Testing
- Motor Temperature & Vibration Analysis
Flammable Goods Stores
- Visual & Detailed Inspections to BSEN 60079-17
- Electrical Remedial Work & Inspections to BS7671
- Electrical Installation Work to BSEN 60079-14
Ammunition Stores (To ESTC6)
- Cat A, B, C & D Installations
- Installations and Periodic Verification/Testing
- Lightning Protection Systems
- Conductive & Anti-Static Floor Inspection
We take safety very seriously and unlike many of our competitors, our electrical contracts are always carried out with CompEx standards in safety and engineering in mind. We’ll never cut corners on the security of your facility, so if something is not up to standard, we’ll condemn it and rebuild it.
NICEIC is the UK's leading voluntary regulatory body for electrical contracting undstry. The NICEIC has been assessing the electrical competence of electricians for nearly sixty years.
CompEx is a global certification scheme for electrical and mechanical craft persons and desginers working in potentially explosive atmospheres.Contact