Safety advice in accordance with the Working Conditions Act, from risk inventory and evaluation (RI&E) to in-house emergency services

EFPC believes that one person cannot understand everything. That’s why we put together a team of real experts in different disciplines for each project. This often concerns fire safety, but often there are also interfaces with other safety aspects.


Health, Safety & Environment (HSE) is a separate discipline that has important interfaces with fire safety. EFPC has experts in the field of explosion safety, machine safety, environmental risks, lightning protection, and tunnel safety. We also have in-depth knowledge of the regulations and standards in these areas.

We offer advice on specific safety aspects in the field of working conditions, safety and the environment.

Health, Safety & Environment (HSE) Advice – Against risks for People

Every industry has risks. Physical load, running machines, noise pollution, explosion hazard, toxic substances. EFPC is a valuable partner in identifying and limiting these risks.

We help you to comply with your obligations in the field of health, safety, and the environment and demonstrate this with the legally required reports. In this way, together with you, we guarantee the safety of your employees and third parties, such as visitors.

Hard demands, hard figures

We are committed to a safe working environment. We offer clear advice, supported by recognized calculation methods and risk models. This is especially challenging with innovative or otherwise exceptional projects, where safety experts cannot rely on existing core data.

Then only real expertise can help you properly assess the situation. So that you can take the right – realistically feasible – measures to reduce risks and prevent accidents.

Sometimes a small, relatively inexpensive adjustment in the planning phase can lead to substantial savings in the final practice

Thinking along prevents unnecessary investments

Our broad experience is an important added value. We advise on, among other things, the risk of explosion at production and storage companies in the chemical and food industry, at gas distribution companies and power stations, in the wood processing and pharmaceutical industries, and at companies active in recycling, waste processing and water treatment. Our advice mainly concerns safety around production and transport installations.

A small adjustment, large saving

Ideally, you let us think along at an early stage about the design of your processes and buildings. Sometimes a small, relatively inexpensive adjustment in the planning phase can lead to substantial savings in the future. EFPC not only increases safety in the workplace, but also saves you large investments at a later stage.