PFS, Dangerous Substances & Explosive Atmospheres Regulations 2002 (DSEAR) - 29th April 2019
|Location||Clayton Hotel, Manchester Airport|
|Date||Monday, April 29, 2019|
Monday, April 29, 2019 at 9:30am
Monday, April 29, 2019 at 4:30pm
|Delegate Available Places||9|
This course has been designed to explain the application of the Dangerous Substances & Explosive Atmospheres Regulations 2002 (known as DSEAR) in its application to a Petrol Filling Station that also serves as a workplace. Based on Statutory Instrument 2776; 2002, the course covers each of the 17 Regulations and 7 Schedules together with the supporting Approved Codes of Practices (ACoP's) that were published last year by the UK's Health & Safety Executive. Also covered are the various methods of risk assessment and their practical application to a Filling Station.
Who Should Attend
- Petroleum Officers
- Environmental Health Officers
- Trading Standards Officers
- Environment Agency Officers
- Project Managers
- Health & safety Consultants/Managers
- Equipment Suppliers & Manufacturers
Where has DSEAR come from and Why?
The Regulations themselves;
- Citation, Interpretation & Application
- Duties under the Regulation, Risk Assessment
- Elimination or Reduction of Risk from Dangerous Substances
- Places where Explosive Atmospheres Occur
- Information, Instruction & Training
- Identification of Hazardous Contents of Containers and Pipes
- Duty of Co-ordination, Extension outside Great Britain
- Exemption Certificates, Exemptions for Ministry of Defence
- Amendments, Repeals & Transitional Provisions
- Schedule 1 General Safety Measures
- Schedule 2 Classification of Places where Explosive Atmospheres may occur
- Schedule 3 Criteria for the Selection of Equipment and Protective Systems
- Schedule 4 Warning Signs where Explosive Atmospheres may occur
- Schedule 5 Legislation concerned with the Marking of Containers and Pipes
- Schedule 6 Parts 1 & 2 Amendments
- Schedule 7 Parts 1 & 2 Repeal and Revocation
The Approved Codes of Practice of DSEAR L133, L138
Risk Assessments; Types & Methods
Desk Top Exercise; Application of Risk Assessment to a Petrol Filling Station
Click here to view the timetable Price includes all refreshments, lunch, course handout notes and presentation certificate. Each delegate will receive a continued development certificate (CPD) for 6 hours.
Bespoke courses available.
Contact Jane Mardell at the APEA office, details below.
APEA Business Manager
Tel: 0345 603 5507