Do you know whether you have a gas network?

Do your consumers have access to their meter inlet valve? If not, you may have a ‘downstream’ gas network.

An increasing problem for the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) is landlords who have networks but don’t realise their requirements.

That’s why HQN have teamed up with the HSE and Peabody Group to bring members a free breakfast seminar which will give you a brief overview of gas networks, what they are, why an organisation may have one and how you can find out if you do have one.

Matthew Tackling and Andrew Cooke, both HM Inspectors of Health & Safety, Energy Division (HSE) will be in attendance and will cover the broader aspects of gas networks.

Paul Williams, Head of Health and Safety at the Peabody Group, will share his experiences of working with the HSE having identified a gas network and how the Peabody Group have established management arrangements for the network.

This seminar is free to members of our Health and Safety Network (SAFETYnet) and our Asset Management Network. You can book your place here.

If you’re not a member, and would like to attend, please contact Louise Burgess on louise.burgess@hqnetwork.co.uk or 01904 557163.