PSSR 2000

Pressure Systems Safety Regulations 2000

If pressure equipment fails in use, it can seriously injure or kill people nearby and cause serious damage to property. As an employer or self-employed person, you have a duty to provide a safe workplace and safe work equipment. Designers, manufacturers, suppliers, installers, users and owners also have duties. Its aim is to prevent serious injury from the hazard of stored energy (pressure) as a result of the failure of a pressure system or one of its component parts.

PSSR 2000

The Pressure Systems Safety Regulations 2000 (PSSR) cover the safe design and use of pressure systems.

The regulations place a duty on designers of pressure systems to properly design the systems so that, when properly constructed from suitable materials and they do not present danger. The designers should also make sure in their designs that any necessary testing and examination may be performed without risk to health and safety. This would include provision for safe access into vessels, if required, and the provision of any necessary protective devices to prevent danger, so far as is reasonably practicable.

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