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This extra value pack includes the complete 9th edition Gas Safety Book GIUSP (IGEM/G/11) and the 9th edition update pack which includes the G/11 Edition 2 with amendments July 2022 Communication 1866 and the G/11 Supplement 1 Communication 1851.
GAS SAFETY BOOK GIUSP COMPLETE BOOK (9TH EDITION - IGEM/G/11)
This is the new 9th Edition GIUSP as released by IGEM. Includes free pack of Danger do Not Use labels.
The document covers areas such as:
- Risk assessment approach on classifying a dangerous situation
- The correct process on how to deal with dangerous situations/installations
- The RIDDOR reporting process
- A list of dangerous situations and what they would normally be classified as
- The requirements when working on a gas installation when there has been air introduced and when air has not been introduced.
The book comes complete with the GIUSP G/11, a pair of slide rules (gas rating and ventilation), the technical bulletin pack (007, 008, 013, 041, 046, 052, 060, 117, 141 & 143) and a pack of unsafe appliance warning notices.
How can the Gas Safety Book help you?
- Includes the complete Gas Industry Unsafe Situations Procedure
- Up-to-date guidance on ‘Unsafe Situations'
- Helps you identify gas dangers
- An ideal tool to explain gas safety issues to consumers
- Brings together a broad range of information available in a handy format
- Clear and easy to use
- Compact size – take it to every job
Who’s the book for?
The Gas Safety Book contains essential safety guidance for all gas industry sectors including:
GAS SAFETY BOOK GIUSP 9TH EDITION UPDATE PACK
UPDATE YOUR 9TH EDITION WITH:
• G/11 Edition 2 with amendments July 2022 Communication 1866
• G/11 Supplement 1 Communication 1851
REVISION TO THE ‘AT RISK’ PROCEDURE
This standard has been further amended to clarify the “At-Risk” turn off procedure. It now sets out, in order of priority, how appliance/installations classified as ‘At-Risk’ should be turned off, using the following order of-priority. Where it is not possible to achieve the first option, the next option should be considered etc:
1. Turn-off the appliance/pipework section isolation valve
2. Remove any electrical fuse serving the affected appliance
3. Turn-off the appliance control and affix a warning notice to the gas appliance control
Note: Turning off a room thermostat or clock/programmer is not acceptable
Various table examples have been updated to add clarity; these include the inclusion of re-entry of combustion products in scenario 1.4 along with reference to the IGEM/G/11 supplement as it covers how to respond to reports of fumes and CO alarm activation.
Scenarios 4.10 and 7.6 have additional notes added covering ventilation of non-domestic meters and appliance CO2 combustion readings out of tolerance respectively.
The text in scenario 7.13 has been simplified and a new scenario, 4.10a, added to cover the actions required for unventilated meter banks/rooms containing multiple meters. This latter scenario has been added to raise awareness around meter bank ventilation within the industry.
The update of the standard also includes amendments to the following:
• Clarification of what to report under RIDDOR
• ID situations that are not reportable under RIDDOR
• When and how to report under RIDDOR
• How to report unsafe situations due to poor workmanship which arenot RIDDOR
• Reporting of theft of gas/meter tampering/interference of an LPG vessel
• Updates to the situation tables and associated notes
• Update to visual risk assessment of gas appliances.
THE IMPORTANCE OF IGEM/G11 SUPPLEMENT 1
IGEM/G11 Supplement 1 aims to provide guidance to competent engineers when dealing with reports of CO alarm activation and/or reports of fumes after attendance by the Emergency Service Provider or the LPG supplier, who have made safe and deemed the property’s atmosphere safe.