Wetstock Management

  • Wetstock Management - Manchester - Member - £260
  • Wetstock Management - Manchester - Non-Member - £310
Location Clayton Hotel, Manchester Airport, UK
Date Thursday, April 9, 2020
Duration Thursday, April 9, 2020 at 9:00am
Thursday, April 9, 2020 at 4:40pm
Delegate Available Places 15
Delegates Booked


This course is designed to provide a working knowledge of Wetstock Management best practice methods for those who manage service stations, are responsible for completing daily wetstock recording, loss detection and investigation or who are required to inspect and verify whether the service station is operating an adequate system of control for H&S and Environmental protection and legal compliance. Although there is a focus on the analysis of data in this course, it is presented in an accessible way to ensure every attendee can make use of their new found Wetstock Management skills.

Who should attend

  • Petroleum Officers
  • Environmental Health Officers
  • Trading Standards Officers
  • Consultants
  • Fire Authorities
  • Environmental Agency Staff
  • Engineers & Project Managers
  • Retailers Operators
  • Owners Wetstock Administrators

Subjects covered

  • The Causes of Variances: ATC (Automatic Temperature Compensation)
  • Legislative Overview
  • Theory & Calculation of Wetstock
  • Variance Formats & Systems of Wetstock methods
  • Data Reconciliation
  • Checking Data Loss
  • Investigation
  • Case Studies

Please bring a calculator!


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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.

Jane Mardell,
APEA Business Manager
Tel: 0345 603 5507
E-mail: admin@apea.org.uk

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