Through the deployment of remotely operated equipment such as the CatSpider, we actively seek to reduce the number of inert entries our personnel complete during catalyst handling work scopes. However, we acknowledge and understand the ongoing risks involved with inert entry when remote solutions are not viable.
Pursuing our core value of Zero Harm, we have invested in world leading Inert Entry Life Support Equipment and have committed to 20 new units across the business ensuring our people have the latest innovative technology.
The benefits of this technology include:
- Breathing Air Console for up to 8 users
- Anti-Panic Helmets – cannot be removed by only 1 person reducing risk in vessel
- Communication & Documentation Device
- Gas Monitoring System
- Life Support System with 3 independent air supplies for maximum safety
- Critical Data Monitoring – reports back live data on vessel entrants including temperature, heart rate, breathing rate.