This course is suitable for all those working with compressed gases and associated equipment commonly used in applications such as calibration, packaging, production and analysis.
This training is nationally accredited by EAL & provides 4.5 CPD learning hours.
This training ensures your organisation complies with obligations to train all staff exposed to risk. Attendance gives staff information to understand the specific hazards associated with compressed gases such as Nitrogen, CO2, Hydrogen and Argon and other gases used in Laboratory or Industrial applications, resulting in an assured workforce and a safer workplace.
Our training courses are constantly changing to reflect current industry recommendations.
From 2019 this course will include instruction on ‘after use’ checks of the system and all in service equipment, this follows CP47 code of practice published by the BCGA.
Additional modules available:
CP47 Inspection, Cryogenic gases; Accumulators and Manifold Systems – Enquire at time of booking
“Relevant information regarding gas safety regulations presented clearly and coherently with great utilisation of audio-visual presentation”
Logistics Team Leader, Oxford Nanopore Systems
“Very good course – the interactive slides kept all delegates interested. Feedback from staff was positive, and it rarely is for other similar courses – they all seemed genuinely impressed!”
Group Compliance Co-coordinator, NRM Laboratories
The course is always well received. 2 new members of staff said it was the best training they had EVER been given!
Health & Safety Manager, ITM Power
Optional Single Cylinder Inspection Module (CP47)
Successful completion of this module will enable operators to carry out inspections on individual cylinders and mobile pressure equipment.
BCGA CP47 states that it is essential that at least an annual inspection is carried out on individual portable or mobile pressure equipment.
All delegates will receive instruction on the correct procedure required to safely and effectively carry out the inspection of equipment using the PGS Inspection Manual & inline with BCGA Code of Practice 47