Many organisations are reducing the risks of manual handling accidents involving large gas cylinders by installing piped systems in their workplace. These systems allow facilities to have a constant supply of gas through a manifold system that is usually located outside of their building. The manifold is normally supplied by two ‘banks’ of cylinders. one will […]Read more
Our broad range of clients has always included higher education establishments and now, as we complete our 27th year in business, we’re proud to say that we provide gas safety training to almost all of the UK’s Universities. We continue to offer both online and traditional instructor-led training workshops. Much of our on-site training is […]Read more
As the UK’s leading provider of gas safety training and consultancy, we often have much to celebrate. 2016 marked our 25th year in business, but was also the first year during which we delivered over 1,000 instructor-led training events at customers’ sites. We would like to thank all our clients, trainers and staff for their […]Read more
During the summer of 2017 we started sponsoring Stockton Town FC’s U14 Girls team. At that time they were in the process of recruiting some new players to augment the already strong squad, a process that went well and resulted in an improved team as a whole. The 2017/18 season progressed excellently, with many wins in the Girl’s League […]Read more
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Download BCGA GN23 – Identifying Gas Safety Training Requirement
This guidance note provides information on the topics which should be covered when considering compressed gases safety training. It is primarily aimed at management and supervisors of personnel who either handle, store, use or transport compressed gas cylinders and cryogenic gases in the workplace.