From the 1st of October 2014 new regulations governing the use of acetylene come into place. Acetylene Safety Regulations 2014 (ASR2014) comes into force on 1st October 2014 and provides a legal framework for the use of Acetylene and its associated equipment. This new regulations for the use of acetylene aim to simplify existing regulations […]
In association with 2 of the UKs leading Trade associations PGS are delighted to announce the launch of our new LPG Safety training products.
Proactive Gas Safety work with companies, organisations & institutions whose concern is the safety of employees & contractors using hazardous compressed gases and equipment. We provide management & staff with the knowledge & tools to ensure a safe working environment so that risk can be minimised.
PGS also run ‘open workshops’ available to all at venues across the country. Register to become a member of our database or check our website here for latest details.
- PGS Certificate
- Gas Safety Passport to HSE INDG 381 Standards
- EAL Certificate of Verified Achievement
- Accredited Vocational Qualification to National QCF standards
We maintain regular contact with all our clients providing them with updated safety legislation and relevant news.
The new ‘Acetylene Safety Regulations 2014’ prohibit the use of incorrect equipment on acetylene systems. PGS and the BCGA are concerned that propane regulators are being incorrectly fitted to acetylene cylinders. This will be in breach of the new Acetylene Safety Regulations. Using a regulator that is not built for use with acetylene carries a […]acetylene, regulators
Everyday around the world, thousands – perhaps millions of LPG cylinders are in use because it is reliable, relatively inexpensive and extremely versatile. In its cylinder form LPG is most commonly used as a fuel for heating and cooking, it also has many commercial applications, including burning, shrink wrapping, for forklift trucks and perhaps more […]Safety
PGS would like to bring this safety alert to the attention of the food & beverage industry. A safety alert was originally issued in June 2013 following an incident in the UK where a young woman suffered serious injuries as a result of ingesting a drink that contained liquid nitrogen. The Compressed Gases Association (CGA) […]cryogenic safety, liquid nitrogen and food, liquid nitrogen in drinks, liquid nitrogen safety, Safety
PGS training are delighted to announce the launch of a new range of Workshops focusing on the Safe Use of LPG in the Equipment Plant, Tool and Event Hire Industries. In partnership with Hire Association Europe and Event Hire Association HAE/EHA PGS training have developed 3 Workshops to support these vital Industries supporting all UK […]LPG products
PGS have developed a quick reference guide to managing your Gas Cylinder Storage facility. Answering the questions most frequently asked by our customers the ‘Know your’ range has been developed using up to date guidance from the British Compressed Gases Association (BCGA), and industry best practice. ‘Know your stores’ has been developed in response to […]Gas cylinder storage, gas store, Industrial Gas Safety, safe storage of gas cylinders