DSEARDangerous Substances and Explosive Atmospheres Regulations 2002 (UK)
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(7) DSEAR (the Dangerous Substances and Explosive Atmospheres Regulations) 2002.
More than one member of staff should also be trained to understand the requirements detailed in DSEAR and ATEX regulations to ensure compliance.
Aker Kvaerner is also providing DSEAR training to Anglian Water operations personnel.
Dangerous Substance Control Ltd has launched a new three day DSEAR training course scheduled for the 25-27th April 2017.
Changes have been made to the previous edition, in the light of experience gained in the implementation of DSEAR (Dangerous Substances and Explosive Atmosphere Regulations) and ATEX (from the French Atmospheres Explosive), as well as from a project carried out with the HSE into the risk of fire from coatings mixing operations.
ABB has recently been investing in technical development through its new software development programme, ranging from technical developments and supporting software tools in areas such as RBI methodology, ATEX and DSEAR.
The new guidance also clarifies the position regarding ammonia refrigeration systems and the need for operators/owners to carry out risk assessments and hazardous area classifications in accordance with the Dangerous Substances and Explosive Atmospheres Regulations (DSEAR).
The judges recognised the first class work which TASC has undertaken in the last eighteen months, and in particular the establishment of the FSDF Health and Safety Leadership programme and Annual Awards, the establishment of close working relations with the Health and Safety Executive and joining the HSE Logistics Strategy Board, and for the development of Guidelines and Approved Codes of Practice for DSEAR and other key issue areas.