To ensure the efficient use of explosives within the blasting process, and comply with the Quarry Regulations, Irish Industrial Explosives provide a shotfiring survey service to its customers.
The Shotfirer is the person appointed to be responsible for shotfiring operations on the day.
Some of their duties are specified in The Quarries (Explosives) Regulations 2008 Regulation 49.
Where appointed as Shotfirer, to meet the requirements of the above role, Irish Industrial Explosives Ltd shotfiring service will provide the following tasks and duties:-
Complying with site rules and shotfiring rules
Receipt of explosives & accessories
Reconcilling receipt with initial order and accounting for all products
The loading of all explosives and accessories in accordance with Blast Specification.
The firing of the shot.
Completion of reports relevant to the shot fired
The safe disposal of any unused products or accessories.
Explosives Supervision is also provided for all shots fired by Irish Industrial Explosives Ltd
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