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  • Pressure Systems
    use of pressure systems Safe work equipment Transporting cylinders by road Venting relief valves What regulations apply Your Legal obligations News Contact Us Home Our Services Pressure Systems Pressure Systems Gas Safe Consultants Ltd together with its specialist partners offers a comprehensive service for the design installation inspection and maintenance of gas piped systems Help If you wish to book or discuss your specific requirements please Call Sally Preston on 01270 758890 Email Sally Preston Design Installation Modification of Piped Systems We can assist you if you require A new gas or cryogenic piped system designed and installed or An existing system re designed and modified Inspection Testing Maintenance of Piped Systems In most cases if you own a piped system that carries gas or cryogenic liquid under pressure you have legal responsibilities to ensure its safe operation this also applies to certain cryogenic storage vessels We provide a full service to clients who Do not have the systems or vessels Written Scheme of Examination and or Have not had the system or vessel inspected tested and or maintained in accordance with the systems Written Scheme and or Have installed a piped system themselves and are concerned about its compliance

    Original URL path: https://www.gassafeconsultants.co.uk/services/pressure-systems/ (2016-04-23)
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  • Gas Safety Refresher Training
    It is our recommendation that re training be carried out every two to three years The refresher workshops are designed to test a delegates retention of knowledge in an interactive manner Managers are able to record individual s performance by retaining copies of the delegates response paper As an alternative to the instructor led workshops listed below delegates can choose to complete their refresher training online via e Learning Please visit our dedicated website www gas safe interactive com for further information For delegates who have previously received both initial and refresher gas safety training we now offer a range of Refresher Plus Workshops to keep individuals knowledge up to date Click here for further information Need help If you require help deciding what content or method of gas safety refresher training is right for your organisation or you would like to book a refresher workshop Call Sally Preston on 01270 758890 Email Sally Preston Industrial Gases Refresher Workshops We offer a range of gas safety refresher training aimed at users of gas cylinders in industrial environments The training workshops are available with or without a practical element Laboratory Gases Refresher Workshops We offer a range of gas safety refresher training aimed at users of gases in laboratories and other similar environments The training workshops are available with or without a practical element and can include information on piped systems if required Cryogenic Gases Liquids Refresher Workshops We offer a range of gas safety refresher workshops specifically designed for users of cryogenic gases liquids The training workshops are available with or without a practical element Refresher Plus Training Our range of half day Refresher Plus Workshops have been specifically designed to meet the needs of individuals who have previously received both initial and refresher training The workshops provide all the

    Original URL path: https://www.gassafeconsultants.co.uk/gas-safety-training/refresher-training/ (2016-04-23)
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  • Legal Obligations
    of Gas Safe use of pressure systems Safe work equipment Transporting cylinders by road Venting relief valves What regulations apply Your Legal obligations News Contact Us Home Legal Obligations Legal Obligations Health and Safety Training what you need to know Employers Legal obligations With Respect to Gases What regulations apply with respect to gases Risk Assessments Correct and Suitable Personal Protective Equipment PPE Provide and maintain safe work equipment Safe use of pressure systems Oxygen Deficiency The transportation of cylinders by road Venting relief valves Assess the potential risks when using fuel gases Assess the potential risks from gases Safe movement of cylinders vessels and dewars Legal Obligations Employers face many legal obligations with regards to the safe use of gases in the workplace At Gas Safe Consultants we provide advice regarding all aspects of your obligations to keep your employees safe this includes health and safety training gas regulations risk assessments protective equipment maintenance of work equipment the movement and transportation of gas vessels and the safe use of pressure systems On the left there are links to pages that expand on the various legal regulations and explain exactly what is required from you as an employer Services Gas

    Original URL path: https://www.gassafeconsultants.co.uk/legal-obligations/ (2016-04-23)
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  • Assess the potential risks from gases
    Protective Equipment PPE Provide and maintain safe work equipment Safe use of pressure systems Oxygen Deficiency The transportation of cylinders by road Venting relief valves Assess the potential risks when using fuel gases Assess the potential risks from gases Safe movement of cylinders vessels and dewars Assess the potential risks from gases The Control of Substances Hazardous to Health Regulations 2002 place a legal requirement on employers to control exposure to hazardous substances to prevent ill health Hazardous substances include Substances used directly in work activities e g gases Substances generated during work activities e g fumes from welding or soldering What COSHH requires Assess the risks Decide what precautions are needed Prevent or adequately control exposure Ensure that control measures are used and maintained Monitor the exposure Carry out appropriate health surveillance Prepare plans to deal with accidents incidents and emergencies Ensure employees are properly informed trained and supervised Have you assessed the risks to health from the gases used on site Do you have standard operating procedures covering the safe use of gases on site Do you have emergency plans concerning the gases used on site Have all employees been trained on how to correctly use the gas

    Original URL path: https://www.gassafeconsultants.co.uk/legal-obligations/assess-the-potential-risks-from-gases/ (2016-04-23)
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  • Health and Safety Training - what you need to know
    Personal Protective Equipment PPE Provide and maintain safe work equipment Safe use of pressure systems Oxygen Deficiency The transportation of cylinders by road Venting relief valves Assess the potential risks when using fuel gases Assess the potential risks from gases Safe movement of cylinders vessels and dewars Health and Safety Training what you need to know Every working day in Great Britain one person is killed and nearly 2000 are injured at work Every year around half a million people take time off work because of what they regard as work related illness Many millions of work days are lost as a result Accidents and ill health are costly to workers and their families They can also hurt companies because in addition to the costs of personal injuries they may incur greater costs from damage to property equipment and lost production Source HSE Accident at Work Statistics 2009 10 Providing Health and Safety Training will help you to ensure that your employees are not injured or made ill by the work they do develop a positive health and safety culture meet your legal and ethical duties to protect the health and safety of your employees The law Health And Safety

    Original URL path: https://www.gassafeconsultants.co.uk/legal-obligations/health-and-safety-training-what-you-need-to-know/ (2016-04-23)
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  • Oxygen Deficiency
    Deficiency The transportation of cylinders by road Venting relief valves Assess the potential risks when using fuel gases Assess the potential risks from gases Safe movement of cylinders vessels and dewars Oxygen Deficiency The Confined Space Regulations 1997 place a statutory requirement on employers to protect employees who carry out work in confined spaces A confined space is described as any space of an enclosed nature where there is a risk of death or serious injury from hazardous substances or dangerous conditions e g lack of oxygen The regulations require employers to carry out a suitable and sufficient assessment of the risks for all work activities for the purpose of deciding what measures are necessary for safety For work in confined spaces this means identifying the hazards present assessing the risks and determining the precautions to take In most cases the assessment will include consideration of The task The working environment Working materials and tools The suitability of those carrying out the task Arrangements for emergency rescue If the assessment identifies risks from work in confined spaces then employers must Avoid entry to confined spaces If entry to a confined space is unavoidable follow a safe system of work Put

    Original URL path: https://www.gassafeconsultants.co.uk/legal-obligations/oxygen-deficiency/ (2016-04-23)
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  • Correct and Suitable Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)
    Assess the potential risks when using fuel gases Assess the potential risks from gases Safe movement of cylinders vessels and dewars Correct and Suitable Personal Protective Equipment PPE Personal Protective Equipment at Work Regulations 2002 place a statutory duty on employers concerning the provision and use of Personal Protective Equipment PPE at work PPE is defined in the regulations as all equipment including clothing affording protection against the weather which is intended to be worn or held by a person at work which protects him against one or more risks to his health and safety which in the case of gases may include eye protection safety footwear gloves overalls etc The Regulations require that PPE is properly assessed before use to ensure that it is suitable is maintained and stored properly is provided with instructions on how to use it safely is used correctly by employees To allow the right type of PPE to be chosen you should carefully consider the different hazards in the workplace This will enable you to assess which types of PPE are suitable to protect against the hazard for the job to be done Are all operators who use gases on site issued with the

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  • Risk Assessments
    What regulations apply with respect to gases Risk Assessments Correct and Suitable Personal Protective Equipment PPE Provide and maintain safe work equipment Safe use of pressure systems Oxygen Deficiency The transportation of cylinders by road Venting relief valves Assess the potential risks when using fuel gases Assess the potential risks from gases Safe movement of cylinders vessels and dewars Risk Assessments The Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations 1999 place a statutory requirement on you to assess risks to the health and safety of anyone who may be affected by your activities The Management Regulations require you to examine what in your work could cause harm to people so that you can weigh up whether you have taken enough precautions or should do more to meet what the law says you must do The five steps to risk assessment are Identify the hazards Decide who might be harmed and how Evaluate the risks arising from the hazards and decide whether your existing precautions are adequate or whether more should be done If satisfied record the findings of the assessment and inform relevant personnel of the findings of the assessment Review and revise the assessment from time to time Do people in your organisation understand the potential hazards that can occur when using compressed and liquefied gases Our workshops provide delegates with an awareness of the hazards and potential risks when using gases which enable them to undertake an active role in the risk assessment process We offer a gas specific Risk Assessment package that provides organisations with an invaluable overview of the hazards and risks that may be present within the workplace and readily identifies high risk activities that require immediate attention as well as methodologies to reduce risk levels and ensure compliance with relevant Legislation Codes of

    Original URL path: https://www.gassafeconsultants.co.uk/legal-obligations/risk-assessments/ (2016-04-23)
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