Codes of Practice (CP)
Templates - Excel Spreadsheet templates of Forms A & B
Template for use with CP39 when conducting an APEA. Refer to Section 4.1. The document is an Excel spreadsheet.
Security requirements for industrial, medical and food gases. Revision 1: 2016
This document addresses the issues surrounding the security of industrial, medical and food gases (including in liquefied form) and associated items held in bulk, as cylinder stock or in transport. It provides advice on implementing security as well as reacting to security incidents.
This document is for BCGA members only. Members can obtain a copy of CP 40 by contacting BCGA at firstname.lastname@example.org
The design, construction, maintenance and operation of filling stations dispensing gaseous fuels. Revision 1: 2016
This Code of Practice covers the location, design, installation, commissioning, operation, maintenance and inspection of equipment used in a filling station for the dispensing into a vehicle of gaseous hydrogen, Compressed Natural Gas (CNG), or Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG), with or without the dispensing of other vehicle fuels such as petrol, diesel, Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG) etc.
Implementation of EIGA Carbon Dioxide Standards. Revision 1: 2014
This publication implements the documents published by the European Industrial Gases Association to provide a basis for quality assurance of the carbon dioxide (CO2) supply chain in a consistent manner and to ensure measures for verification are adopted and maintained across UK industry.
The safe filling of gas cylinders. 2012
This Code of Practice considers the filling of gas into gas cylinders and the many considerations to be made for their safe filling. Particular attention is drawn to the safety implications of mixing gases where the potential exists for hazardous chemical reaction between components of the mixture. Reference is made to the corresponding EIGA document. Additional material, particularly addressing human factors, is incorporated.
The storage of gas cylinders. 2016
This document defines the principles of safe practice for the storage of gas cylinders and bundles. It promotes the use of an external store, in a secure location, with good natural ventilation and away from any sources of ignition.
The storage of cryogenic flammable fluids. 2016
This document covers cryogenic flammable liquid storage tanks and associated equipment at customer sites. Tank sizes range from 0 to 125000 litre water capacity. It provides guidance on their design, installation, commissioning and the operation of cryogenic flammable liquid storage installations.
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