C&N Petroleum Equipment started as a family owned and operated business with the aim of providing fuel loading and offloading equipment, instillations services outside the ordinary in the specialized niche oil and gas industry. Over the years we have systematically developed our skills within the petroleum equipment industry eliminating major hazard risk assessment, cemented rewarding relationships with various other oil and gas consulting companies.
We have established close and lucrative relationships with major international fuel and oil companies and a delivery footprint that reaches across Africa. Our service portfolio now includes tanker loading facilities and LPG bulk transfer equipment, vapour recovery systems, Fluid control meters, tankcar loading and unloading fuel equipment, floating production storage offloading (FPSO) and fuel equipment for offloading and unloading of crude oil from ships.
A core strategic asset is our team’s ability to innovate, rapidly source and develop new solutions within the constraints of the oil and gas industry. Our teams enthusiastically pursue technologies that meet and exceeds the oil and gas industry standards. As we aim to eliminate fuel spillage incidents, related to the loading and unloading at fuel storage depots.
Quality is an integral part of our petroleum equipment and installation services. Our aim is to be recognized for excellence in all sectors of the oil and gas industries. We aim to facilitate, manage and maintain these high standards throughout the oil and gas industry.
C&N Petroleum Equipment adhere to the health and safety regulations within the oil and gas industry(OHS Act).
· (ISO 9001:2008) (EN 1765 STANDARDS) (CEN STANDARDS)
(BS 1435 STANDARDS) (PEI STANDARDS)
-Identify persons taking part in the risk management process.
-gather health and safety information pertinent to oil and gas industry.
-Define strategy and work flow as per the business/legal requirements.
-Identify possible safety and health hazards within workplace through work area inspection, previous accidents/ill-health records
-Evaluate the risk arising from each identified.
-Identify existing precautionary measures and what went wrong.
-Determine what kind of injury or ill health might occur.
-Rank the risk on the basis on severity.
-Record the findings of risk assessments for defining control measures, audit, internal review, regulation purpose.
-Define and implement preventive measures to eliminate or minimize the risk of an incident.
-Ensure that implemented control measures are being used and effective.
-Reassess the efficiency of preventive/control measures.
-Regular review and updating of risk assessment.