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About Wire Consultants

WIRE CONSULTANCY is a well-known Risk Engineering & EHS Solutions Consultancy, catering to a diverse clientele across several industries. Years of experience has given us immense expertise in the market and we understand the requirements of each specific sector.
WIRE is an ESCO empanelled firm by Bureau of Energy Efficiency (BEE) and awarded GREEN Energy Award by ESDA (Environment & Social Development Association) currently operating from 5 major cities to work pan India.
WIRE has completed many prestigious projects which starts from concepts to operations. Our Expertise blends with clients’ technical requirements, resulting in spectrum of services across the lifecycle of the project – Conceptualization stage to Decommissioning.

AREAS OF EXPERTISE

Identify potential electrical hazards; flaws in design system, maintenance system, etc. to prevent and minimize loss of life and property.

By simply following the guidelines of CCPS, i.e. requirements of documents and written procedures, Hazard identification study documents, Mechanical Integrity verification records, etc. gaps in safety can be identified.

Energy Management is commonly used by individual commercial entities to monitor, measure, and control their electrical building loads.

Fire Risk Assessment is an integral part of sustainable safe business. We bring enormous experience of fool proof systems and behavioural evaluations that are traceable on year to year basis via scoring.

Water Audit is the first step to understand current scenario of water utilization in any premises. Elements of water audit include a record of the amount of water produced, water delivered to metered users, water delivered to unmetered users, water loss and suggested measures to address water loss

Structural audit is a correct diagnosis establishing the cause, nature and extent of damage, and the weakness or deterioration caused in the structure where report gives a detailed description.

HAZOP is used as part of a Quantitative Risk Assessment or as a standalone analysis. The purpose of the HAZOP is to investigate how the system or plant deviate from the design intent and create risk for personnel and equipment and operability problems.

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