William Jones MEng.

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William Jones MEng.

Engineer Surveyor

The engineer has been assessed by ESiNet and is deemed qualified and competent in the following:  

(Provision and Use of Work Equipment Regulations 1998)

  • Machine Guarding Inspections – Safety guards and devices on machinery.
  • Tool Inspections – Hand and power tools.
  • Workshop Equipment Inspections – Lathes, milling machines, and band saws.
  • Lifting Equipment Inspections – Under PUWER, focusing on the safety of the equipment itself.
  • Mobile Work Equipment Inspections – Forklifts, mobile elevating work platforms, and dumpers.
  • Electrical Safety of Equipment Inspections – Insulation, earthing, and overload protection.
  • Control Systems Inspections – For automated and semi-automated equipment.

(Control of Substances Hazardous to Health Regulations 2002)

  • Chemical Storage Area Inspections – Proper labelling, containment, and ventilation.
  • Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Assessments – Adequacy and condition for handling hazardous substances.
  • Ventilation System Inspections – Local exhaust ventilation (LEV) systems for removing harmful dusts, fumes, and vapours.
  • Risk Assessment Reviews – Evaluating the risks associated with hazardous substances and implementing control measures.
  • Emergency Procedures Inspections – Spill containment and cleanup procedures, and emergency showers and eye wash stations.
  • Training and Information Records Reviews – Ensuring workers are informed about the hazards and trained in safe handling procedures.
  • Health Surveillance Records Reviews – Monitoring the health of employees exposed to hazardous substances.
  • Mechanical Integrity Inspection – Check for wear and tear of mechanical components such as gears, shafts, and bearings. Verify proper alignment and adjustment of moving parts. Inspect clutch and brake mechanisms for proper functioning.
  • Electrical Safety Inspection – Inspect electrical components including wiring, switches, and controls for wear, damage, or malfunction. Verify proper grounding and insulation of electrical circuits. Test emergency stop buttons and safety interlocks.
  • Hydraulic and Pneumatic System Inspection – Check hydraulic and pneumatic systems for leaks, pressure regulation, and proper functioning of valves and cylinders. Inspect hoses, fittings, and seals for wear and deterioration.
  • Safety Device Inspection – Inspect presence-sensing devices, light curtains, and safety guards for proper installation and functionality. Ensure compliance with safety standards such as OSHA’s regulations on machine guarding.
  • Die Setting Inspection – Evaluate the process of die setting for proper procedures and safety measures. Verify that die setting equipment is in good condition and properly maintained.
  • Operator Training and Safety Inspection – Assess operator training programs and documentation for compliance with safety regulations. Verify that operators are following safe work practices and utilizing personal protective equipment (PPE).
  • Documentation and Recordkeeping Inspection – Review maintenance records, inspection reports, and documentation of repairs and modifications. Ensure that all inspections and maintenance activities are properly documented and up to date.
  • Risk Assessment and Hazard Analysis Inspection – Conduct risk assessments to identify potential hazards associated with power press operations. Perform hazard analysis to determine appropriate control measures and safeguards.

Members of the network are professional, competent engineers each running their own business. The satisfaction and safety of the client is at the heart of ESiNet.

Our Mission

Exceptional Quality and Reliability

Our mission is to uphold a commitment and promise to you when engaging our members for inspection services.

We strive to deliver exceptional quality and reliability in every aspect of our work, ensuring your satisfaction and confidence in our services.

Through a dedication to professionalism and integrity, we aim to exceed your expectations and provide you with peace of mind knowing that your inspection needs are in expert hands.

Continuous Improvement

We encourage your feedback to enhance our services and communications, fostering continuous improvement in both ESiNet and member operations.

Trusting Relationships

We prioritize building trusting relationships through honest, open, and regular communication, integral to our members' operating models and culture.

Commitment to Excellence

Our members are committed to delivering excellence in every inspection service, ensuring thoroughness, accuracy, and reliability to meet your needs and expectations.

Customer Charter

This Customer Services Charter aims to set out the commitment and the promise made to you when you engage one of our members to provide you with inspection services.

 We also urge you to help us in our quest to provide continuous improvement in both our services and communications and those of the ESiNet member by giving us feedback and identifying where we could strive to better fulfil your expectations. Delivering great service is about building a trusting, two-way relationship with honest, open and regular communication. ESiNet members consider these aspects to be at the core of their operating models and their culture.

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