On-demand Webinar: DSEAR Legislation – 10 Common Questions
DSEAR is an acronym for the Dangerous Substances and Explosive Atmosphere Regulations (2002). This UK based legislation provides protection against risk from fire, explosion and similar events that may arise from the handling, use of and storage of dangerous substances in the workplace.
Significant factors when undertaking a DSEAR are the materials and their potentially explosive properties and the atmospheres that they may be used in.
As a specialist subject, a DSEAR should be completed by a competent persons. This will ensure that only accurate guidance is given.
No matter how long you’ve been in the industry or how hard you try to absorb DSEAR information, knowledge gaps can always appear. During this webinar we will answer the most common questions we are asked regarding DSEAR legislation.
What you’ll learn:
- Why as organisations and as individuals we need to create a culture of working in ‘continuous improvement’ mode
- Why you should always focus on process inputs
- Why you should never blanket zone and what the regulators really think about it
This webinar is best for:
- Process Safety Managers
- Health and Safety Managers
- Middle Managers
- DSEAR Specialists
Technical Speaker – Dr Andrew Fowler, Director, Sigma-HSE
Dr Fowler received his BSc and PhD in Surface Chemistry from the University of Durham in 1984. He has sixteen years of experience as an HSE Process Safety Specialist Inspector covering field inspections, major hazards, and safety policy development. During his time at the HSE, Dr Fowler authored guidance publications and staff training manuals.
Following an accomplished career in the UK HSE, Dr Fowler gained a wealth of commercial consultancy experience. During this time, he completed multiple process safety management audits and published bespoke staff training programs.