APHC has reported the preliminary results from its gas competency survey.
Over 85% of respondents agreed with APHC’s suggested changes to Gas Competency while many others also suggested additional areas to be considered. Many also expressed a wish to be involved in future discussions and surveys covering gas competency.
APHC Technical Services Manager Graeme Dryden said: “We are delighted with the preliminary results of this survey. Gas Competence is not known to be an exciting topic and usually does not provoke a great response from businesses and employers. We seem to have hit a nerve and re-energised the debate on Gas Competency with our survey and the ongoing E&U Skills work. We need to keep this momentum going to ensure everyone’s views are taken into account.”