Standards Assessment

Redrawn engineers have a decade of experience assessing existing designs for compliance with Australian Standards

Resumes available upon request

Key Skills

  • International Design Assessment:
    • Compliance assessment of packages purchased internationally.
    • Design desktop reviews. 
    • Skid compliance assessment. 
    • Package compliance assessment. 
    • Local engineering advice for international design teams. 
  • Installation Assessment:
    • Site compliance inspections. 
    • Equipment compliance inspections. 
    • Vessel compliance inspections.
    • Hazardous area compliance inspections.
    • Compliance remediation scopes of work. 
  • Standard Compliance:
    • Familiar with many heavy industrial Australian Standards:
    • Australian / New Zealand Standards (AS/NZS).
    • American National Standards Institute (ANSI).
    • American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME).
    • International Organization for Standardization (ISO)
    • International Electrotechnical Commission Standards (IEC).
    •  International Electrotechnical Commission Explosive (IECEx). 
  • Client Standards
    • Redrawn is familiar with many heavy industrial client standards.
    • Engineering design to client standards. 
    • Review & recommend updates for client standards. 
    • Writing client specific standards for new installations. 


Osborne Cogeneration – Fuel Gas Module Compliance

The ATCO / Origin Energy, Osborne gas fired power station Fuel Gas Module was fabricated in the United States. Redrawn Director and instrument engineer James Chervatin inspected all existing electrical equipment within the module to identify non-compliances with the Australian Hazardous Area Standards and detail the findings in a verification dossier. James was also responsible for producing and tendering a Scope of Work document specifying all Hazardous Area remediation works required to achieve compliance.

Hazardous Area Standards Compliance Assessment & Remediation

Waste to Energy Plant - Hazardous Area Verification

ACCIONA built Australia’s first, large-scale, Thermal Waste to Energy plant. Redrawn Process Engineer Joshua Thompson was responsible for reviewing the facilities hazardous area classification against relevant Australian Standards, which included making recommendations on ventilation orientation and fuel gas supply equipment location.

Hazardous Area Ventilation Assessment

Bolivar WWTP - Hazardous Area Remediation

Many of the electrical instruments installed at the Bolivar Wastewater Treatment Plant had become non-compliant with the Australian Standards since their original installation. Redrawn director James Chervatin investigated and scoped the required remediation works to achieve hazardous area compliance at the site. The remediation involved extensive brown field investigation of existing control systems and experience creating electrical designs for hazardous areas. James also executed procurement and project management.

Hazardous Area Compliance Assessment & Remediation Scoping

Fremantle Ports Authority - Standards Assessment

The Fremantle Ports Authority accepts bulk cargo import of elemental sulphur. Sulphur, in prill form, is transferred via a conveyor belt and transfer tower system to a holding facility. Redrawn process engineer Joshua  Thompson was responsible for reviewing the facilities hazardous area classification against relevant Australian Standards and presenting process improvement recommendations to the client to align equipment design and operational practices with best industry practice.

Standard Assessment For Hazardous Area Classification and Process Improvement

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