Having worked closely with the Asset Standards Authority (ASA) of Transport for NSW, EnerMech EPS has received accreditation as an Authorised Engineering Organisation (AEO) for NSW Rail Assets.
The ASA is an independent unit within Transport NSW, and is responsible for developing engineering governance and frameworks to support industry delivering transport assets through the whole asset lifecycle, covering assurance of design, safety, integrity, construction and commissioning. The AEO Program is intended to improve the ability of the public and private sector to collaboratively deliver and maintain NSW rail assets in the most safe and efficient manner.
EnerMech EPS is specialist in multi-disciplined verification, testing, commissioning and completions in the Oil and Gas, Mining and Metals, Utility and Infrastructure industries. The company has worked extensively on major infrastructure and resources projects across Australia, including the Curtis Island LNG Export Network (GLNG, QCLNG and APLNG), Solomon Hub, Melbourne Water and the Victorian Desalination Plant.
To achieve AEO accreditation, EnerMech EPS demonstrated the organisation's capability to deliver engineering management services without compromising safety, including strict evidence of risk management in the defined scope of services.
The AEO process was led by EnerMech EPS’s Commissioning Manager, Phill Cleary, who has three decades of experience working on rail assets and infrastructure. Commenting on the accreditation process, Mr Clearly said: “Working with the ASA to achieve AEO status has provided us the opportunity to analyse all aspects of our internal processes to ensure we’re operating as efficiently and safely as possible.”
Utilising the company’s expertise in complex electrical projects, EnerMech EPS will primarily focus on integration, testing, commissioning and maintenance within the rail asset lifecycle. EPS Group Australia Managing Director, Paul Buckley commended the work of his team saying “I’m delighted with the achievement and the work of all involved. This is a big day for EnerMech EPS which demonstrates the company is fast becoming a leader in commissioning and testing across a broad range of infrastructure. AEO Accreditation has been a major goal in our strategic development as a company, so achieving this objective represents significant opportunity to leverage our experience in complex testing, commissioning and instrumentation projects working with Transport NSW and their suppliers.”
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