Compliance with Compressed Gases
Essential information for Management and Operational Supervisors.
The Law requires an organisation to provide whatever information, instruction and training is needed to ensure, so far as is reasonably practicable, the Health and Safety of its employees.
Current market conditions and economic pressures can sometimes divert attention away from the key issue of safety compliance.
It is sometimes difficult to ensure that Managament and Supervisors are up to date with relevant Legislation, as well as industry Codes of Practice, Guidance Notes and best practice.
Gas Safe offers a range of tailored Compliance Workshops (Industrial, Laboratory and Cryogenics or combination), which provide all the essential information that Managers and Supervisors require to ensure they can effectively oversee the safe use of compressed gases.
The training provides key instruction that will assist delegates with their gas-related Health and Safety objectives under current Legislation.
These workshops are tailored to meet customers exact requirements. They are designed to be conducted on site at clients premises and includes a practical demonstration, as well as interactive instructor-led sessions.
These full day workshops have been designed for;
- Production, Operation and Maintenance Managers
- Supervisors responsible for staff who either handle, store, use or transport gas cylinders and/or cryogenic vessels
- Risk managers and anyone responsible for Health and Safety
Typical Overview for the Industrial Compliance Workshop
- Introduction – Aims and objectives
- Team exercise – Why do accidents happen with compressed gases?
- Loss Causation Model
- Risk Assessments – (The Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations 1999)
- Oxygen enrichment
- Oxygen depletion – (Confined Space Regulations 1997)
- Fuel gases – (DSEAR 2002)
- Cylinders in fires -Regulatory Reform Fire Safety Order 2005
- Hot Work – Permit to Work
- Gas Control Equipment (PUWER 1998)
- Standard Operating Procedures
- Practical demonstration – Safe set up of gas cylinders and associated equipment
- Safe use of pressure systems (PSSR 2000)
- Gas specific PPE (Personal Protective Equipment at Work Regulations 1992)
- Safe movement of cylinders (Manual Handling Operations Regulations 1992)
- Potential hazards when storing gas cylinders
- Control of gas usage on site (COSHH 2002)
- Risk Control Strategy
- The need for training
£1250 for up to 10 delegates
Additional delegates at £90 each (maximum of 20 delegates per workshop)
VAT is payable at the standard rate.
Certificates of attendance and delegate workbooks will be issued.
To book a workshop:
Please call one of our safety advisors on 01270 758890
or email email@example.com