Last updated: 03/11/2019

© 2017 Twyford Waterworks

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The Twyford Waterworks Trust, a Company limited by guarantee, Registered Number 1904919, is a registered Charity Number 291720.

Information for Trustees click HERE

Risk Assessments & Data Sheets   click HERE

Twyford Waterworks
Hazeley Road, Twyford, Hampshire SO21 1QA
Tel: 07516 458900
e-mail: enquiries@twyfordwaterworks.co.uk

Environmental Risk Assessments

 


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1) Internal Combustion Engine Operation – Transfer of oils, lubricants and fuels to engines
                                                                          Leakage of oils, lubricants & fuels during operation
                                                                          Leakage of oils, lubricants & fuels while standing


2) Internal Combustion Engine Restoration –     Stripping Down,         Flushing/cleaning
                                                                                 Rebuilding,                 Commissioning
                                                                                 Fuel tanks,                 Fuel handling


3) Internal Combustion Engine Restoration / Operation – Storage of oils, lubricants, fuels, etc 
                                                                                                  Storage,   Use,      Disposal,
                                                                                                  Receipt of new stock

4) Ancillary Equipment (mowers, strimmers, BBQ) – Use of fuel and oil


5) Operation / Restoration - Flammable Materials – Storage of flammable liquids and gases


6) Narrow Gauge Railway Operation – Fuel and oil


7) Open Days - Parking of vehicles in car parking field – Leakage of fuel or oil from vehicles


8) Open Days - Road Vehicles parked as exhibits -  Leakage of fuel or oil from vehicles


9) Operation of Boiler - Disposal of Ash


10) Operation of Boiler- Storage of Coal
 

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