This course comprised of presentations, discussion and group work has been developed for multiple disciplines and levels from designers through to those managing or supervising installers.
The course will be delivered in two, three and a half-hour sessions on 23 and 24 February.
The course will provide attendees with an overview of:
•The new IGE/G5 requirements (including cross over with GIG2
•An understanding of all relevant stakeholders and what to expect from each party
•An understanding of what can go wrong when any stakeholder neglects their duties or responsibilities.
•An understanding of the design considerations and how these can be implemented both in new and existing builds
•An understanding of how the design can impact on the construction / installation method
•An understanding of installation considerations and when to apply varying techniques
Modules will include:
1.Overview and history
2.Reasons for recent changes
5.Design considerations and options
a.Means of escape
b.Routing the pipework
c.Design risk assessment
6.Construction considerations and controls
a.Verifying the design as a constructor
b.Understanding constructors’ responsibilities
c.Understanding your designers’ responsibilities
d.Different material options
e.Thermal expansion and its potential impact
f.Laterals and flexi-bends
g.Supports and restraints
j.How to install a gaiter
Who should attend?
This course is ideal for structural engineers, architects, consultants, designers involved in designing and building blocks of flats, gas transporters, gas suppliers, meter asset managers, gas Installers, landlords, social housing providers and local authorities.
The training will take place online via MS Teams. Once you have booked you will be sent your joining invite nearer the date of the course.