Listening to feedback from their collective memberships, and sector stakeholders, the CEDA and CESA Joint Catering Equipment Industry Technical Conference on 7 October a the Belfry, Nottingham, is setting out to clarify key safety and business issues including gas safety and saving money on fleet insurance.
“Our seminar programme aims to clear up any confusion around changes to the gas regulations which impact on catering equipment, and also make it clear about the safety implications of using equipment with pressure vessels like espresso coffee machines,” said Peter Kay, CEDA technical support.
“On the business side we also have an expert who will talk about how insurance premiums are calculated for fleet insurance premiums.”
The seminar programme/titles for the conference comprise:
Still a bit confused about the changes to the gas regulations?
This is aimed at helping engineers who are still a little confused by the changes to the unsafe situations procedure, plus how and when to measure CO2 levels in accordance with UP/19. Representatives from IGEM and the Gas Safe Register will set out clearly exactly what the changes are and how to action them.
Pressure vessels – what they are, when they need examining and what can happen if they go wrong?
This talk will deal with making engineers and managers aware of the potential risks when pressure vessels in appliances such as espresso coffee machines go wrong. Andy Greaves, standards engineer (pressure) for Allianz Engineering, and an expert on this subject, will explain all.
Want to reduce your fleet insurance costs?
Darren Cronin of the Jelf Group has been advising CEDA members for a number of years on insurance matters. He will explain how vehicle fleet insurance premiums are calculated and how these can potentially be reduced.
Conference places are still available, so to register, visit: www.cetechnical.co.uk