The occurrence of major accidents related to the release of hazardous substances, with repercussions and significant ecological and economic costs, has created the need to set mechanisms and rules for the prevention and control of hazards, as well as the limitation of their consequences for human health and the environment.

Major accident is an event, such an emission, a fire or an explosion, resulting from uncontrolled developments during the operation of an establishment covered by the Directive, and leading to serious danger, immediate or delayed, on human health inside or outside the establishment, or the environment, and involving one or more dangerous substances.

CRZD Solutions has a team specialized in the scope of the Seveso Directive to provide the following services:

  • Verification of applicability of the Seveso Directive
  • Location Compatibility Assessment
  • Major Accident Risk Analysis
  • Development of severe accident scenarios involving dangerous substances
  • Support for notification to the Authorities
  • Preparation of the Safety Report
  • Preparation of the Internal Emergency Plan
  • Document Preparation with information for the preparation of the External Emergency Plan
  • External Emergency Plan Planning for Civil Protection
  • Implementation, Maintenance and internal audits of the Safety Management Systems for the Prevention of Major Accidents
  • Industrial and Environmental Licensing for Seveso establishments
  • Training of emergency teams
  • Training in Risk Analysis under the Safety Report results
  • Preparation, implementation and evaluation of accident drills
Fire Safety

Fire Safety

We elaborate Fire Safety Projects and Self-protection measures, including implementation, Training and Emergency drills
Fire Safety
Explosive Atmospheres (ATEX)

Explosive Atmospheres (ATEX)

We do ATEX zone classification, elaborate Explosions Protection Manual and provide support in the implementation of the preventive and protective measures
Explosive Atmospheres (ATEX)
Self-protection measures

Self-protection measures

Because prevention and first intervention are determinant
Self-protection measures