Verification of Ground Gas Protection Systems

Following on the footsteps of our last webinar on ‘Ground Gas Protection – Why Bother?‘,  this webinar continues our deeper dive into the world of ground gas verifications and what it takes to ensure things are done properly, and most importantly, safely!

Click on the video below and watch Join PCA Senior Trainer Neil Salvidge give his insight into the Verification of ground gas protection systems – from initial project conception to final sign off, and everything in between.


What you will learn from the ground gas webinar

  • Verification of ground gas protection systems
  • CIRIA C735 guidance
  • Roles and responsibilities
  • Verification plans
  • Prerequisites of verification
  • Inspections on site
  • Verification reporting

Benefits – Why YOU should watch the webinar

  • Understanding yours and others roles is vital in the planning, instigating and completion of a successful project, and compliance with planning conditions set against the project.
  • Gain an understanding of this process in relation to the installation of ground gas protection systems.
  • Perfect for project managers, installation technicians, site supervisors and specialist contractors too.
  • Straightforward online learning while sitting at your desk.

About the presenter – Neil Salvidge

Having worked around the world for multiple contractors, Neil has been very active in the construction industry since the mid 80’s and is one of the principle trainers at the Property Care Association.

In 2000 when greater awareness of ground gas came about and the need for training was established alongside NVQ’s to help better promote best practice, Neil was one of the first to help develop training programmes for the ground gas sector. This soon evolved into a more focused role, with Neil gaining his Certificate in Teaching in the Lifelong Learning Sector (CTLLS) and CITB NSAC (Construction Industry Training Board, National Specialist Accreditation Centre) Assessors qualification to become the initial assessor for the NVQ.

Neil continues developing training programmes and is actively working with ground gas (geomembrane) technicians in gaining their NVQ qualifications. Having gained both Assessor and Internal Quality Assurance qualifications, Neil is active in the development of industry standards and has supported the development of the NVQ Level 4 Verification of Ground Gas Protection Measures.

Additional information about ground gas

For those looking to find out a bit more about ground gas, why not visit either our professional ground gas or homeowner ground gas pages.

Alternatively, for those looking to ‘up their knowledge & understanding’, we now have several ground gs based training courses with a new 2 day training course on Ground Gas: Design & Detail start soon. To find out more, contact our training team on 01480 400 000.

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Enquire about becoming a PCA Ground Gas member

We are pleased to say we are launching our ground gas group and section very soon and we are now open for membership within the ground gas section!

If you are a ground gas professional interested in growing your business and benefitting from the advantages of becoming a PCA member, then please get in touch!

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