To promote safety in the use, storage, transportation and handling of industrial and medical gases BCGA provide a range of publications providing safety information and advice on best practice. These include:

All publications are reviewed and updated on a regular basis.

Use the side or above menu to search for the type of document you require. Each BCGA publication currently listed is available, complete with a synopsis and, where applicable, a price.

Many of the BCGA's publications can be downloaded for free. However there is a charge for Codes of Practice. This can be paid by using a secure online payment system or by arrangement with the staff at the BCGA office.

Please note:
For hard copies of a Codes of Practice, or any other publication, it will take up to 5 working days to be delivered.

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BCGA publications are produced by and for the gas industry. As BCGA also involve and keep informed government bodies and regulators during the development of these publications they are generally accepted as being an appropriate and safe way of working. As such, they give positive examples of best practice and are recognised for this by the enforcement agencies, such as the Health and Safety Executive. In the event of any legal action they are also given due regard by the courts.

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