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 bespoke to meet the particular requirements of the customer.
Contact us to discuss your particular needs on 01270 758890 or firstname.lastname@example.org
An increasing number of our clients are becoming aware that just because a person can weld, it doesn’t necessarily mean they have been formally trained to safely and correctly use the gases and equipment concerned.
We offer a broad range of training courses – theory and practical – to meet the varying needs of all individuals who using welding / cutting / burning equipment…
This week we’re proud to be providing training to our usual mixture of clients, all using compressed gases and/or cryogenic liquids for a variety of reasons.
Clients this week include two universities, two pharmaceutical companies, a market-leading special effects company, a precious metals recovery company, an oil exploration company, a construction equipment manufacturer, a facilities management company and two aerospace/defence companies.
As the UK’s leader in gas safety we have, over the past 25 years, built a considerable reputation for high quality training workshops that are delivered by professional associates who ensure that clients training needs and objectives are met.
Two of our associates have extensive knowledge of welding processes and were previously employed by the UK’s leading supplier of gases as Technical Welding Specialists.
Whilst we have delivered a range of welding workshops over the years we are now being asked by our clients to assist them in finding solutions to their welding issues.
A number of clients have recently consulted with us regarding the most effective way for their operators to braze aluminium and copper tape ‘out in the field’.
Our technical associates have established the correct gases for the applications as well as the best rods and torches that will enable operators to undertake brazing operations in some ‘testing’ locations.
To enable our associates to effectively train the delegates we have recently undertaken a comprehensive photo-shoot at BOC’s Technical Centre in Wolverhampton using the experienced photographer Dave Peters.
Over the course of the session he took 1000 images which we are now reviewing and using to populate a very practical, hands-on, interactive training package.
If you have any welding/brazing issues or you require some assistance in improving the skill levels of your operator please contact us on 01270 728890 or contact us using this link.
Over the past 24 years Gas Safe Consultants have provided high quality professional safety training to a wide range of industrial, speciality, cryogenic and medical gas users.
Over that time we have built up a reputation for technical expertise, consultancy skills and innovation. Our associates provide highly interactive workshops in a relaxed style that allows delegates to not only learn but also to enjoy the experience.
In order to expand and extend our product offering we are now working in collaboration with Gas-Con. Simon Fisher the MD of Gas-Con has extensive knowledge of the licensing trade and is an industry expert on drinks dispense. Through his organisation we are now able to offer cellar training, beer dispense training and Confined Spaces Risk Assessment for the licensed trade.
Both Gas Safe and Gas-Con are full members of the BCGA and all training and consultancy is in accordance with BGCA codes of practice.
Through Gas-Con we also have an association with the BFBi as Simon is also the Chairman of the BFBi’s Gas Suppliers and Installers Committee ensuring all training is in accordance with the very best practice in the industry.
For further information call us on 01270 728890 or contact us using this link.
LPG is a very versatile gas that is found in both industrial and domestic situations.
It is supplied in a variety of cylinder sizes from 4-47kg.
At Gas Safe we’re aware of the need to provide users of propane with specific, focused LPG training.
Our LPG training package is designed so that it can be adapted to suit a client’s specific application. Whether you’re using LPG for heating, shrink wrapping, fork lift trucks, bitumen boilers or hot boxes our LPG training will meet your needs.
We have invested in specific LPG photo-shoots and have visited numerous sites where LPG cylinders are used to take bespoke and relevant photographs. Consequently our LPG training packages illustrate correct operating procedures with high quality graphics.
In order to meet client’s training requirements our LPG training can be delivered either by face-to-face training with one of our industry experienced trainers or via the internet using our highly successful e-Learning site.
So, if you are able to get your staff together for half a day we can come to you, present the workshop and review your working practices and equipment. Or, if you have operators at a number of sites, or if your staff travel between jobs we can offer them a flexible approach to LPG training via our computer based package.
If you use propane cylinders and would like to discuss our LPG training packages and the options available please contact Sally Preston on 01270 758890.
Acetylene is very versatile gas and is the hottest and most efficient of all the fuel gases, providing high levels of productivity. Operators who undertake our acetylene safety training workshops are instructed in the properties of the gas as well as the correct use of the equipment.
The new Acetylene Regulations place a requirement for operators to ensure that the gas control equipment being used on acetylene equipment is designed for acetylene use.
Our oxy-acetylene training workshop explains how flashbacks can occur when operators are using oxy-fuel gas equipment and now, in line with the new regulations, instructs operators to fit flashback arrestors to acetylene systems.
Over the past couple of years acetylene has received some negative press. This has mainly been driven by the protocols used by the Fire and Rescue Service to deal with incidents involving acetylene cylinders, whereby cylinders were cooled for 24 hours before being moved.
Recent research undertaken by the British Compressed Gases Association and other parties has resulted in a new method of dealing with acetylene cylinder fires; now the cylinders are cooled for one hour and then monitored for a further hour before being moved.
It’s essential that operators and management are aware of this new procedure. At Gas Safe we constantly update our acetylene safety training materials and have recently modified all of our oxy-acetylene training workshops to reflect this new protocol.
Acetylene training is required for personnel who use the gas in any environment, e.g. welding, cutting, fabrication, laboratories etc.