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Quality, Safety, Health and Environmental Protection are the main objectives of T.I.M.E. Service when performing catalyst handling, particularly when working under inert conditions.

Each activity is defined in mandatory work instructions. Ongoing risk analysis continuously improves safety. Our procedures include continuous measurement of O2 and hydrocarbon levels in the danger zone, as well as visual monitoring of the breathing air supply and work areas to ensure maximum safety.

Management system

The T.I.M.E. Service Management System consists of a set of policies, procedures and processes that our organization has developed and implements to make our catalyst handling operations safe, high quality and efficient. It includes various components such as planning, organizing, staffing, directing and controlling activities to achieve our organization’s objectives. Our system provides a structured approach to managing resources, identifying and addressing risks and improving overall performance. It is designed to meet the specific needs of our business and is divided into categories covering quality management, health and safety management and environmental management. This ensures compliance with regulatory requirements, industry standards and customer expectations.

Benefits include:

  • Greater operational efficiency and performance
  • Optimized risk management and governance processes
  • Increased customer satisfaction and loyalty
  • Enhanced stakeholder relations and better communication
  • Efficient decision-making through improved data collection and analysis.


The success of our business is based on our skilled, committed and responsible employees. They ensure long-term partnerships with our customers and the well-being of our employees.

Every reactor technician in the T.I.M.E Service Catalyst Handling Group is trained on and in the company’s own reactor work training centre. Safety and rescue procedures are an essential part of the training. The training courses are divided into theoretical and practical parts, and the reactor technicians receive their qualification certificates upon successful completion of the final examinations.

In addition, regular training is provided on the function and application of technologies for different methods of unloading and loading.

Every reactor technician is SCC/VCA/SIR certified and undergoes regular occupational health checks.