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What you need to know about DSEAR risk assessments

DSEAR risk assessments are often complex and require specialist knowledge to carry them out. The Dangerous Substances and Explosive Atmosphere regulations 2002 (DSEAR) regulations purpose is to set the minimum requirements for the protection of workers from fire and explosion risks related to dangerous substances and explosive atmospheres – whether that be from liquids, gases or dusts. 

In this webinar, Fire Protection Association DSEAR assessment specialists, Howard Passey and Marcus Rees will detail exactly what a DSEAR risk assessment is, when you need one, what steps you can take to reduce the risk from hazardous substances and potentially explosive atmospheres, plus what to expect from an assessment. The regulations apply to a range of industries and this type of assessment often comes as a result of a completed fire risk assessment. Unsure if your business needs one? This is the webinar you need to register for.

This is a pre-recorded replay of a webinar that took place earlier this year - there will not be an opportunity to ask questions as part of the webinar in the session however we welcome questions to webinars@thefpa.co.uk during or after the event.

  • a clear understanding of DSEAR regulations and how it is applied
  • knowledge of when a DSEAR risk assessment is required
  • awareness of some DSEAR risks and how you can reduce them
  • understanding of what to expect from your DSEAR assessment
  • building owners
  • business owners
  • responsible person
  • facilities managers
  • building safety managers
  • fire risk assessors or consultants
  • fire safety managers

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