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Checks need to be undertaken by a person who has sufficient practical experience of oxy-fuel gas equipment as well as theoretical knowledge of the functioning of the equipment, the properties of gases used, the potential defects and hazards that may occur and their importance to the integrity and safety of the equipment.
BOC CP7 and GN7 Checks
BOC CP7 and GN7 checks are performed by a qualified BOC Industrial Inspector (certified by City and Guilds). The inspection includes:
- a thorough functionality and leak test of all components - regulators, flashback arrestors, hoses, torches and associated fittings
- a full report of the inspector's findings
- an update by the inspector on current Health and Safety and BCGA Codes of Practice
gas equipment can be a hazard at work if not maintained properly. Using unsafe equipment or failing to test equipment fully could result in accidents and serious injury in the workplace.
Under Section 2 of the Health and Safety at Work Act 1974, an employer or self-employed person has a responsibility to provide and maintain plant and systems at work that are, so far as reasonably practical, safe and without risk to health.
Statutory Instrument 1998 No 2306: The Provision and Use of Work Equipment Regulations 1998 require that the user of an installed system and the owner of a mobile system shall ensure that the system is properly maintained in good repair, so as to prevent danger.
Statutory Instrument 2000 No 128: The Pressure Systems Safety Regulations 2000 require equipment to be examined regularly.
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