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Health and safety bulletins

Health and safety bulletins

It is important to keep the right people up to date with failures in equipment, process, procedures and substances used in the workplace.

Safety alerts are for major faults that would result in a serious or fatal injury and where immediate remedial action is required.

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Recent health and safety bulletins

Date Topic Bulletin No Industry
10/2019 Use of gas-fired oven cleaning equipment inside vehicles FOD1 – 2019 Suppliers, installers and users of gas-fired (LPG) oven cleaning equipment provided inside vehicles
08/2019 Catastrophic rupture of dead-leg pipe-work CEMHD2 – 2019 Operators of Process Plant (and associated inspection bodies) which may have pipe-work dead-legs on toxic, flammable, dangerous to the environment or other critical services
08/2019 Safety notice to act as a reminder of the phenomenon of condensate induced water hammer STSU2 – 2019 Operators of major pressure systems involving steam, including the following: Chemical processing and production, Electricity generatfion, Engineering, Food Packaging and processing, Gas, Metals and Minerals processing and production, Manufacturing (general), Nuclear, Offshore
08/2019 Use of ICAR Capacitors in uninterruptable power supply (UPS) systems CEMHD1 - 2019 All users of industrial uninterruptable power supply (UPS) systems including, but not limited to, the chemical industry, energy industry, offshore oil and gas production and other users of high capacity electrical capacitors in industrial equipment
03/2019 Platform Lifts (vertical lifting platforms or lifts for people with impaired mobility). Risk of falls from height to employees/workers and members of the public. OPSD1-2019 Platform lift maintenance companies. Owners and operators of platform lifts in a range of sectors (e.g. health and social care, NHS Trusts, public buildings, schools etc)
02/2019 Change in Enforcement Expectations for Mild Steel Welding Fume STSU1 – 2019 All workers, employers, self-employed, contractors’ and any others who undertake welding activities, including mild steel, in any industry.

More health and safety bulletins

2019-10-23