Why us?

  • Design & Installation of HSE/QMS
  • Design/Installation of Fire Protection Syst.
  • Supply & Installation of PPE, Signage
  • Integrated Security Management System
  • Supply & Installation of PPE, Signage
  • Experienced and expert facilitators
  • Certification Prequalification Audit Preparation

Organizations with strong and effective health, safety and environment (HSE) and Quality management system possess a high level of HSE culture and stands out in today’s competitive business environment with the quality of their works or services provided.
They have positive influence on their corporate image and prospective customers (public acceptance). HSE & QMS standing of organizations is even more of a determining factor in eligibility in both domestic and international market.

No matter how carefully planned and documented an HSE & QMS management system, training has been identified as a major requirement for organisation as a means of increasing capacity, performance and effective of staff and organisation as a whole.

It’s important that your employees are competent, and you also need proof of their effectiveness due to their performance.

By law, Employers is expected to ensure that all employees receive appropriate information, instruction and training regarding safety signs.  Although most signs are self-explanatory, some employees (particularly young or new workers) may be unfamiliar with the signs used.

Personal protective equipment is “all pieces of equipment and clothes used or worn or held e.g. safety helmet, gloves, eye protection, high visibility clothing, safety footwear and safety harnesses” by a person at work and which protects him/her against the hazards existing in his work situation which could pose risks to his/her health or safety”. These does not prevent accident but reduces the impact it might has.

The Health and Safety (Personal Protective Equipment) Regulations 1996 require employers to make appropriate PPEs available to her staff.

Risk Management / Job Safety Analysis (JSA): Identifying hazards in the workplace and managing risk is an essential part of creating a safe work environment. Everyone has an obligation to identify and report potential hazards and adopt safe system of work. By law, its employer’s responsibility with a minimum of “5 Staff” to carry out Risk Assessment on all her operations.

Providing a safe workplace for employees, contractors and visitors is a fundamental legal responsibility of employers.

In order to avoid major incidents, which can result in loss of life and assets, organizations need to proactively introduce operational business process improvements and manage risks that exist within their operations.
Operational risk management consulting services provide an integrated approach to assess, predict and control risks in an operation and within production processes.

Carrying out an Audit is a powerful tool for following up of the status of risk influencing factors, and ensures the control of open actions and non-conformity.

At SHEMSSM Solutions Consulting we have extensive experience of developing and performing HSE & QMS audits on a broad range of business processes, management systems and projects, focusing on technical, operational and organisational aspects, and the interaction between processes. We also help close out identified non conformities towards compliance to clients, government regulations and industry standards (NipeX, DPR, Contractor’s Prequalification) audit prior to either prequalification or certification.

There are services and processes that organisations outsourced to vendors/contractors so they can be focused on other key important areas of the business.
Good contract management that ensures both parties in a contractual agreement fully meet their respective obligations as efficiently and effectively as possible, in order to continually deliver both the business and operational objectives required by the contract.

We design, supply, deployment of installation and maintenance of various electronic, information and communication systems.
Fire alarm, detection and fighting systems alert any time there is a fire outbreak. Reduces the risk of loss of lives and damage to properties from fire accident. The fire alarm panel (Addressable system) will tell the exact location where the fire/smoke is detected within the building.
The system keeps history of fire events for future reference.

We design, supply, install and maintain of various fire protection and fighting systems such as fire hydrants, fire hose reel, FM 200 – Gaseous (Automatic) Fire Suppression System in critical areas such as server/data centers which is in line with industry best practice ISO 27001 – Information Security Management System, ISMS & ISO 45001 – Occupational Health & Safety Management System, OHSMS, ISO BS EN 14710-1:2005+A2:2008 – Fire-fighting pumps. Fire-fighting, Classification, general and safety requirements) in a bid to proactively safeguard against loss of information and protect people/staff from being injured and/or even death.

We design CCTV installation for security surveillance. Cameras can be installed in strategic locations within and outside the building for proper coverage to monitor and record activities.

Secret cameras can be installed in every floor and strategic places to monitor and record activities without staff / intruder being aware that they are being watched. Recorded activities ban be archived and reviewed whenever required. Recorded activities can be used by security personnel to investigate theft and other incidents.

“Waste oil” is a more generic term for oil that has been contaminated with substances that may or may not be hazardous. Any oil contaminated with hazardous waste may itself be a hazardous waste, and if so, must be managed subject to hazardous waste management standards.

Oil is a common and highly visible form of pollution. Oil and water are immiscible and even a small spillage can cause significant negative environmental impact. Studies have shown that 5 litres can cover a small lake.
At SHEMS, we handle/manage your waste oil in a more friendly and environmental/regulatory acceptable manner to avoid litigation.

In general, vulnerability assessment is the process of discovering and analyzing vulnerabilities and penetration testing is the process of exploiting those vulnerabilities to help determine the best mitigation technique. The IT industry typically includes vulnerability assessment as one step in the pen testing process.

Penetration testing is much more rigorous than vulnerability scanning, as it’s essentially a controlled form of hacking. The tester – known as an ethical hacker – works on behalf of an organisation and looks for vulnerabilities in its systems. In that regard, their actual work is much the same way as a criminal hacker.

At SHEMS Solutions, we help our valued clients to determine how vulnerable they are when it comes to cybersecurity and build a process around their business for safety.

What Is an Energy Audit?

An energy audit is completed at a residential or commercial building to determine its energy efficiency. Simply put, energy efficiency means using less energy to do the same job. The audit will provide you with a complete electricity consumption and energy efficiency assessment.

Why Is An Energy Audit Important?

Conducting a routine energy audit ensures you’re reducing your carbon footprint and continuing to be energy efficient by continuously employing new energy conservation improvements. Here’s a quick list of why an energy audit is important:

  • It will increase a home/office space’s resale value.
  • An energy audit will identify energy-saving opportunities.
  • It will help you understand your energy usage and ways to use energy better.
  • An energy audit can identify safety concerns with electrical systems, wiring, and ventilation, thus making your home or business safer.
  • An energy audit will help you identify how to reduce carbon monoxide production in the home or business.

Types of Energy Audits?

Two types of energy audits are available: a preliminary energy audit and a detailed energy audit. The type you choose will depend on your needs.

  1. Preliminary Energy Audit: This type of audit is simply a data-gathering exercise that offers a preliminary analysis. Often the SHEMS Solutions will conduct this type of audit via a walk-through investigation. A professional energy auditor will utilize readily available data and limited diagnostic instruments to complete a preliminary energy audit.


  1. Detailed Energy Audit: This type of audit is completed by a professional auditor who monitors, analyzes, and verifies energy use to establish problem areas and ways to implement energy efficiency improvements. They will present their findings and suggestions in a detailed technical report. Additionally, during a thorough energy audit, a professional energy auditor, like us, will use sophisticated instrumentation such as a flue gas analyzer, loggers, a scanner, and a flow meter.