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Technical Boilerhouse Risk Assessment Workshop Conference- Belton Woods Grantham


Technical Boilerhouse Risk Assessment Workshop Conference- Belton Woods Grantham

29 March 2017Belton Woods, Grantham NG32 2LN

Technical Boilerhouse & Risk Assessment Workshop (two-day event)

Belton Woods, Belton, Grantham NG32 2LN, 0845 0740 060

Wednesday 29th March & Thursday 30th March 2017

Delegate Booking Form 

Exhibitor Booking Form (CEA members only)

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The Combustion Engineering Association (CEA) has been running a series of conferences to help industry understand the changes brought about by the HSE in its guidance INDG 436: the Safe Management of Industrial Steam and Hot Water Boilers.

In October 2011, PM5 was replaced by INDG 436, supported by BG01. The CEA have carried out a number of conference workshops across the country supporting these guidance documents.

BG01 has become recognised as industrial best practice for steam and hot water boilers and highlights the legal requirement to carry out a “Technical Boilerhouse Risk Assessment” under the Health and Safety at Work Regulations 1999 (MHSWR).

Delegates attending previous conferences have requested further support from CEA to help them understand what is required, who is responsible and who needs to take action within the organisation to comply with the law. (Non-compliance with HSE guidance and the law are attracting substantial fines).

Having responded to this request, CEA and its members created the Technical Boilerhouse Risk Assessment Conference Workshop to achieve compliance with BG01.

This workshop will explain in detail what is required to carry out the Technical Boilerhouse Risk Assessment.

This assessment is not simply focused on slips, trips and falls but as the title suggests is a comprehensive technical assessment carried out by a small team of staff.

It is essential for owners, operators and managers to ensure their staff are aware of the risks and their respective responsibilities for the safe operation and management of their industrial steam and hot water boiler plant.


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