Here at BHL, we have built our reputation through our expertise and knowledge of Laboratory Relocations. With extensive experience with some of the world’s leading pharmaceutical companies, we believe that our understandings of the delicate workings of a laboratory environment alongside working within the GLP (Good Laboratory Practice) and GXP guidelines reflects the high quality relocation service we provide.
We can offer, if necessary, a full laboratory packing services including glassware and consumables or work alongside equipment vendors, managing their instructions if required, to co-ordinate the decommissioning and recommissioning of kit and overseeing the relocation projects from start to finish.
Our removal crews can facilitate the relocation of ULT Freezers and we understand the business critical nature of the samples which we can safely manage for you. Our knowledgeable removal crews use, when necessary, appropriate lifting and handling equipment to carry out the safe and effective removal of equipment.
In instances where Hazardous Goods need transporting we have ADR trained members of staff on hand who can complete the request whilst complying with the European Agreement concerning the International Carriage of Dangerous Goods by Road.
As a company, we recognise the importance of good risk management within the workplace, and in particular the consideration of the risks specific to our industry and the affect it has on our clients. It is for this reason, that our trained Risk Assessors carry out extensive Risk Assessments and provide competent Method Statements alongside the HSE Guidelines and Regulatory requirements.
GLP (Good Laboratory Practice) and GXP trained staff.
Extensive knowledge with some of the world’s leading pharmaceutical companies.
Full Laboratory packing services including glassware and consumables.
Removal of ULT (Ultra-Low Temperature) Freezers.
ADR (Accord Dangereux Routier) trained drivers to transport Hazardous Goods.
Risk Assessments and Method Statements carried out alongside the HSE guidelines and Regulator requirements.