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The next BCGA Conference will be held on Thursday 28th April 2022 at The Marriott Hotel & Country Club, Worsley Park, Manchester.
The BCGA Member Awards are completely free to enter. Complete the submission form before Tuesday 1st March 2022.
2021 saw us hold our first Digital Conference and launch the BCGA Member Awards, but 2022 will be the year we come together in person to celebrate the achievements of the industry at the BCGA Annual Conference. At BCGA, we want to give the industry a chance to recognise colleagues, leaders and friends in the […]
EIGA has issued this new publication. There are critical steps Healthcare Facilities can take to reduce the risk of fires involving medical oxygen This publication can be viewed or downloaded on the EIGA Website by clicking here. You can view or download many other EIGA publications at the following address: www.eiga.eu.
This guidance note provides guidance to enable a thorough inspection, which must be carried out on portable or mobile cylinder gas equipment at suitable intervals by a competent independent safety inspector.
The British Compressed Gases Association (BCGA) has launched a new membership scheme, geared up to the specific needs of start-ups in the compressed gases sector.
The UK Department for Transport (DfT) has concluded its consultation and published a summary of the responses they received.
Incidents have occurred where unsuitable regulators have been used with acetylene gas.
Highlights the legal and basic safety requirements for transporting small quantities of gas cylinders on a vehicle whilst at work and provides sound advice if transporting gas cylinders for personal use.
The British Compressed Gases Association has issued guidance to its members on the government’s self-isolation exemption application process.
This leaflet outlines the problems associated with an increasing quantity of ice formation within a cryogenic installation and provides a methodology for safely removing the ice.
The UK Department for Transport (DfT), as the UK Competent Authority, signed, on 12 July 2021, the following Multilateral Agreements.