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From breathing apparatus, to full body protection, all the way through to fall arresters: BUCHEN’s SafetyService division has become one of the leading providers of bespoke concepts for managing safety technology. REMONDIS’ subsidiary recently extended its business operations – opening a new service centre and expanding its customer base to include firefighters and the emergency services.
Being an industrial services specialist, BUCHEN UmweltService GmbH works to the highest safety standards. Having served its industrial customers for so many years now, it has in-depth knowledge of safety technology and knows all about the special requirements of this field. It has pooled together its specialist areas of expertise to create its SafetyService division, enabling it to offer an exceptionally wide range of services.
SafetyService focuses on delivering all the tasks needed to manage safety technology. Looking at the exact requirements of its customers, BUCHEN draws up bespoke concepts and then ensures these are implemented in the most effective way. The company’s portfolio ranges from acting as consultants for safety technology, to servicing, hiring out and selling such equipment, all the way through to training people how to use it. If requested, SafetyService takes over all aspects of managing safety equipment, including keeping an eye on testing intervals, servicing the devices and documenting when the equipment is handed out and returned.
BUCHEN also supplies the emergency services and firefighters with an extensive range of technology for their operations – including personal protective equipment
The company’s range of services is being continuously extended as is its target groups. Which is why BUCHEN is now serving firefighters and the emergency services in addition to its industrial customers. At the same time, it is looking to grow its network of service centres. In April, for example, a new centre was opened at the chemical park in the German city of Leuna – one of the largest and most modern service centres for safety technology in Europe. Another centre is currently being built in Cologne.
BUCHEN also holds courses at its new service centre in Leuna to teach participants how to use their safety equipment properly.
All possible types of industrial safety equipment can be hired or bought at these accredited centres, with the BUCHEN service technicians working there to hand out, take back, service and repair the various devices. Special dispenser systems make it possible for safety materials to be handed out and returned 24/7.
The safety equipment is serviced by experienced technicians in BUCHEN’s own service centres
There are a number of very good reasons why companies choose to collaborate with SafetyService. One crucial argument: the extremely high safety standards delivered by BUCHEN as it can guarantee that the safety equipment that is needed is always available. Moreover, it handles all the documentation work and ensures all equipment is serviced and tested at regular intervals.
“Our solutions not only provide the highest levels of safety, they are also cost effective,” explained managing director Jürgen Lennertz, who is in charge of the SafetyService division. Not tied to any particular manufacturer, BUCHEN is able to deliver the latest technology at competitive prices.
In May, BUCHEN SafetyService showcased its services for firefighters and the emergency services at the RETTmobil in Fulda, Europe’s leading exhibition for rescue and mobility
The company not only supplies safety equipment, it also shows how it should be used it. To be able to do this, BUCHEN SafetyService organises courses, passing on its extensive know-how to its customers and providing them with both theory and practice. Priority here is put on showing how to use the products correctly and effectively in line with the manufacturer’s instructions and legal regulations. All types of courses, for example, are being held at the seminar rooms at the service centre in Leuna – showing participants how to use their safety equipment properly as well as holding seminars for operatives looking to specialise in a specific area. Such courses are also held in BUCHEN’s own training centre in Voerde (Lower Rhine region), where operatives can practise using their respiratory protective equipment under realistic conditions.