Cadre Engineering is a Western Australia based consultancy specialising in dangerous goods safety and compliance. We deliver clear guidance and strive to add value to every project.

 

SERVICES

COMPLIANCE

  • DANGEROUS GOOODS SITE LICENCE APPLICATIONS

  • COMPLIANCE ASSESSMENTS

  • DEVELOPMENT APPLICATIONS

  • TRANSPORT ASSESSMENTS

DESIGN

  • SERVICE STATIONS

  • BULK STORAGE AND HANDLING

  • PACKAGE STORAGE

  • DESIGN REVIEWS

CONSULTING

  • PROJECT MANAGEMENT

  • SOFTWARE AND WEB DEVELOPMENT

SAFETY

  • SAFETY MANAGEMENT SYTEMS

  • OHS ASSESSMENTS

  • TRAINING AND INDUCTIONS

  • POLICY AND PROCEDURE WRITING

MODELLING

  • HAZARDOUS AREA CLASSIFICATION

  • FIRE STUDIES

  • FINITE ELEMENT ANALYSIS

  • FLUID FLOW

RISK

  • DANGEROUS GOODS RISK ASSESSMENTS

  • HAZOP, HAZID, CHAZOP WORKSHOPS

  • RISK MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS

DRAFTING

  • SITE PLANS

  • TANK DOCUMENTATION

  • SHOP DRAWINGS

  • HEAT MAPPING

  • 3D DRAFTING

 
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PROJECTS

Below are some examples of our recent projects:

FMG ELIWANA EXPLOSIVES FACILITY

  • DANGEROUS GOODS DESIGN GUIDANCE FOR A NEW EXPLOSIVES STORAGE AND HANDLING FACILITY

  • ASSESSED THE DESIGN FOR COMPLIANCE WITH WA LEGISLATION, AUSTRALIAN STANDARDS AND CODES OF PRACTICE

  • SAVED CLIENT SIGNIFICANT REWORK COSTS THROUGH EARLY IDENTIFICATION OF NON-COMPLIANCES IN THE CONCEPT DESIGN

REFUEL AUSTRALIA FIRE STUDY

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  • FIRE STUDY FOR THE ABOVE GROUND DIESEL STORAGE AT THE LEONORA OPT

  • MODELLED THE  IMPACT OF FIRE ON THE DIESEL TANK FROM A NEARBY TRANSFORMER

  • SHOWED THAT THE RISKS ASSOCIATED WITH LOCATION OF THE TANK WERE AS LOW AS REASONABLY PRACTICABLE AVOIDING AN EXPENSIVE TANK RELOCATION

CITY OF SOUTH PERTH HAZARDOUS CHEMICALS

  • DANGEROUS GOODS RISK ASSESSMENT AND HAZARDOUS AREA CLASSIFICATION

  • ALSO PREPARED A NEW SUITE OF HAZARDOUS CHEMICALS SAFETY PROCEDURES AND EVACUATION DIAGRAMS INCORPORATING DANGEROUS GOODS ELEMENTS

  • DEVELOPED AN ONLINE INDUCTION SYSTEM FOR HAZARDOUS CHEMICALS FOR SITE PERSONNEL

MICROZINC WASTE TREATMENT FACILITY

  • DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION OF A NEW WASTE TREATMENT FACILITY

  • DANGEROUS GOODS SITE LICENCE APPLICATION, SAFETY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM, PROJECT MANAGEMENT

  • CAPITALISING ON 20+ YEARS' EXPERIENCE IN THE WASTE AND HAZARDOUS CHEMICALS INDUSTRY

EDL Derby Tank Documentation

  • DRAFTED A NEW SET OF TANK DOCUMENTATION FOR AN EXISTING TANK FROM INSPECTION NOTES

  • INCLUDED NOZZLE LOCATIONS AND PLATE AND STRAKE LAYOUT

  • OLD HARDCOPY DOCUMENTATION WAS ILLEGIBLE AND INCOMPLETE, CLIENT NOW HAS A MODERN ELECTRONIC DRAWING FOR FUTURE UPGRADES / MODIFICATIONS

 
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DANGEROUS GOODS SAFETY BLOG

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TEAM

 

LIAM RICHER

Dangerous Goods Engineer

  • BEng(Mech)(Hons)

  • DMIRS Accredited Consultant 6IM 109

  • UEENEEM052A & UEENEEM053A Classify Hazardous Areas

  • Workplace Clearance Group Accreditation (WPCG)

  • Construction Industry White Card

  • RIIWHS204D Working at Heights

  • Piping design to AS4041 and ASME B31.3

A mechanical engineer with 9+ years' experience in the dangerous goods industry, Liam specialises in making complex compliance issues simple. He is certified to perform hazardous area classifications and has experience in specialist engineering services such as facility design, HAZOP workshops and fire impact studies. When not helping his clients manage their risks, Liam can be found coaching Parkour or working on humanitarian engineering projects in South America. 

DAVID RICHER

Senior Consultant

  • Associate Diploma Agribusiness Management,

  • Advanced Fire Fighter (DFES)

  • Volunteer Firefighter (16 Years)

  • Operational Incident Control AIIMS (DFES)

  • Self-Contained Breathing Apparatus (DFES) 

  • HAZMAT Hazardous Materials Handling (DFES)

  • Emergency Spill Response (Cleanaway Technical Services) 

  • Australian Institute of Petroleum Work Clearance  (WPCG)

  • MC Drivers Licence

As a Project Manager with over 25 years’ experience in the Environmental, Hazardous Materials and Waste Treatment industries, David has managed and commissioned an extensive number of projects, both large and small, relating to Dangerous Goods, Environmental and Hazardous Materials management, Construction, and resource recovery and Treatment Facility Design. His experience includes compliance auditing and the preparation of risk assessment reports; this also includes the preparation of emergency response plans and the review of Safety Management Systems.