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IGAS (Industrial Gas Association of Singapore) presents its next safety seminar that focuses on industrial gas safe operation and its best practices with regard to handling and storage of gas cylinders.

Industrial gases have a wide portfolio in various industries. It is used in a wide array of industries and at various stages of production or analysis requirements.

Industrial gases are known for its hazardous properties. Besides presenting its flammable hazards, there are other lesser-known hazards that may not be well understood to its wide base users.  Hence there are safety issues that needs to be addressed. IGAS, aims to achieve this in the following themes of the safety seminar:

  • Review and introduction of the basics, key safety principles, hazards and safeguards
  • Sharing of best practices and lessons from incidents and near misses
  • Professional approach to safety issues
  • Review of applicable standards and key AIGA Documents

The seminar sessions will cover industrial gases and specialty gases such as Hydrogen, Medical and Oxygen Safety.


Date: 04 October 2023, 9.00 am to 5.00 pm

Venue: Auditorium 302, NTU@One north
            11 Slim Barracks Rise, Singapore 138664

Target Audience: Users of compressed gases in manufacturing and analysis operations, Laboratory chemists, safety and fire professionals

Registration Fees (including GST): $129.60

** Fee includes seminar materials, 2 tea breaks and 1 lunch

SDU points

The Industrial Safety Gas (IGAS) Seminar is awarded with a total of 8 SDU points under the Continuing Professional Development (CPD) programme for Registered Workplace Safety& Health Officers.

For WSHO that require the points, you will need to provide the following via email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. upon receiving the e-cert from SCIC.

Name of WSHO (as in NRIC):
NRIC / Fin no. (SXXXX123A):
WSHO Number:
SDU certificate number:
Contact number:
Contact person: