EnerMech EPS Moving Forward with AEO Accreditation

EnerMech EPS is a well-known industry leader in the provision of complex electrical engineering and commissioning services to the Oil & Gas, Mining and Metals, Utility and Infrastructure sectors. Our success and proven expertise in these fields has led us to expand into other industry specialisations which fit with our corporate vision and utilise our core principles of safety, cost effectiveness, resourcing and innovation.

An important step towards this expansion is seeking to become an Authorised Engineering Organisation (AEO) with NSW Transport Asset Standards Authority (ASA). The AEO program is intended to improve the ability of the public and private sector to collaboratively deliver and maintain NSW rail network assets in the most efficient and safe manner. EnerMech EPS are focusing on the following sectors of the asset lifecycle: integration, Testing, Commissioning and asset maintenance.

These sectors encapsulate the:

  • Subsystem integration
  • Testing & commissioning
  • Acceptance services
  • Planning of asset maintenance
  • Maintenance and upgrading of these assets
  • Conduct asset condition surveys
  • Management of the asset configuration

The specialist electrical engineering disciplines/services EnerMech EPS will provide for these sectors are on the

  • High Voltage aerial feeders
  • High Voltage Cables
  • Traction Systems and Substations (Including SH)
  • Distribution Substations
  • High Voltage Protection Systems
  • LV Power Systems and LV Protection
  • Earthing, Bonding, ERM and electrolysis
  • Electrical Control Systems (SCADA)
  • Overhead Wiring

The process of becoming an AEO involves stringent assessment of an organisations capability to deliver engineering management services throughout the NSW Rail Network without compromising safety. Specifically, documented evidence must be provided of an organisations ability to manage the risks associated with their defined scope of services.

Given EnerMech EPS’s exceptional safety record, maturity as an organisation and proven competency in successfully delivering complex engineering projects, recognition as an AEO represents an important milestone in our organisation’s safety governance. Managing Director Paul Buckley has said "it is a major goal in our strategic development as a company". The team at EnerMech EPS continues to work closely to achieve this objective and will report on our ongoing progress in the coming months.

To read more about becoming an AEO see - http://www.asa.transport.nsw.gov.au/aeo

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