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David Bayliss - Cryogenic Safety Training and Cylinder Safety Training


The Gas Safety Co. offers some of Britain's most respected and effective training workshops for Compressed Gases and Cryogenic safety.

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To learn more about our courses, speak to David Bayliss [email protected] or [email protected] 

Regular courses
Looking for an 'off the shelf' gas safety workshop? Check out our great range of short courses, below.

Compressed Cylinder Gas Safety Awareness workshop
It can be surprising how many employees come into contact with your compressed gas cylinders on a routine basis - with all the associated risks that presents. Fortunately, our 'Compressed Cylinder Gas Safety Awareness' course is a quick and easy way to provide all the essentials for safe working practices.

Who should attend?
The Compressed Cylinder Gas Safety Awareness course is suitable for all employees using and handling compressed gases, across all industries.

Example safety benefits
Safer storage, set-up, and selection of compressed gases.

Example gas safety topics
Regulator selection
Safety precautions
Emergency training
Optional practical cylinder handling, manifold operations, or regulator set-up sessions.


Cryogenic Gas Safety Awareness Training workshop

The hazards of handling and storing cryogenic gases are well known - from nasty cases of frostbite, to the problems of leaks and spills. If you could safeguard your organisation and employees from unnecessary harm in just three hours - wouldn't you?

That's where The Gas Safety Co. 'Cryogenic Gas Safety Awareness Training' workshop comes in. It provides a user-friendly overview of the potential problems, as well as the solutions and safe working practices needed to improve health and safety. If you use cryogenic gases, this course is a 'must' for your team.

Who should attend?
The Cryogenic Gas Safety Awareness course is suitable for all employees using and handling cryogenic gases, across all industries.

Example safety benefits
Minimise risk of frostbite and contact burns, select appropriate PPE, and decant safely.

Example gas safety topics
Potential hazards (contact and non-contact)
Supply and storage (vessels and dewars)
Cryogenic gas safety assessments
Optional practical decanting exercise is available.


Bespoke courses

The Gas Safety Co. prides itself on offering some of the best bespoke gas safety training in the United Kingdom. Learn why the Institute of Safety in Technology & Research (ISTR) turned to us for their own bespoke courses - contact The Gas Safety Co. Technical Team.


Inspection & Maintenance of Gas Control Equipment workshop

Our 'Inspection & Maintenance of Gas Control Equipment' workshop combines the best of theory and practical training. At the end of the three hour workshop, students will be able to inspect and test gas cylinders and regulators for themselves - providing significant new capabilities on-site, and greatly enhanced site safety.

If you want to put your employees in control of their own safety, this course is a great way to help. Even better - it allows you to meet BCGA guidelines.

Who should attend?
The Inspection & Maintenance of Gas Control Equipment course is suitable for all employees who need to inspect and test compressed gas equipment for enhanced workplace safety.

Example safety benefits
Spot faulty equipment; prevent leaks before they happen.

Example gas safety topics
Inspection and testing of gas cylinder regulators
Flashback arrestors, non-return valves
Guidance from the BCGA
Classroom component and practical exercises.


Hot Work Risk Assessment Training

Welding, grinding, cutting, etc on or adjacent to plant or apparatus which contains or has contained any explosive, flammable or toxic substance...

Not surprisingly, Hot Work can sometimes be seen as a significant risk factor in Health & Safety - with the workload that brings your company in assessments, insurance, and other demanding areas. Fortunately, The Gas Safety Co. 'Hot Work Risk Assessment' workshop is a reliable way to learn the skills needed for quicker, easier, better risk assessments - all in the space of one working day.

Who should attend?
Our 'Hot Work Risk Assessment' course is suitable for all those staff members who are required to complete Hot Work safety documents.

Example safety benefits
More complete, accurate and effective Hot Work Risk Assessments.

Example gas safety topics
Background technical information
Guidance for Hot Work safety documentation procedures
Theory and practical components.

 Hot Enviroments Working Assesment & Control 

Our 'Hot Environments Working Assessment & Control' workshop provides the theory and hands-on practice for effective workplace assessment and control, wherever working in hot environments takes place; adjacent to boilers, steam turbines, etc. In simple terms, the aim is to eliminate the risk of heat stress related health effects.

Who should attend?
Our 'Hot Environments Working Assessment & Control' course is suitable for those members of staff who are required to undertake the Hot Environment survey and then complete the required safety documentation.

Example safety benefits
Clearer safety systems, stronger safety precautions.

Survey and measure the work area
Assess the thermal environment
Plan for high ambient temperatures and humidity
Produce a safe system of work.