Pressure Testing Procedures and Best Practice

Pressure testing of newly manufactured and installed pipework and pressure vessels is an essential part of ensuring that assets meet their operational requirements.

However, the number of reported failures indicate that current processes and available guidance relating to pressure testing are not adequate, both in the factory and on site.

Pressure Testing Procedures and Best Practice Training outlines the responsibilities in the Health and Safety Executives Guidance note GS4 “Safety Requirements for Pressure Testing” and how to meet those requirements. A review of case studies is conducted to demonstrate where ‘things go wrong’ and how to prevent such incidents in the future.

A significant emphasis will be placed on the ‘Test Supervisors’ roles and responsibility and the safe systems of work that must be in place. The safe system of work provides written instructions to test engineers and requires sufficient information to ensure correct:

DURATION: 1 DAY CLASSROOM

The Pressure Testing Procedures and Best Practice course provides participants with the knowledge necessary to ensure a pressure test is conducted safely:

  • Understand code requirements towards pressure tests
  • Develop pressure test procedures
  • The supervisor roles and responsibilities
  • Describe risk assessment and method statements for pressure testing

Upcoming courses

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Start Date: 23/09/2019

End Date: 23/09/2019

Location: Aberdeen

Price: £750.00 + VAT

Availability: 12 places

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Start Date: 04/11/2019

End Date: 04/11/2019

Location: Grangemouth

Price: £750.00 + VAT

Availability: 12 places

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