Safety guidance is provided by the BDA in various ways: BDA Safety Documents, BDA Newsletters, BDA Safety Alerts and via Enquiries to the BDA Office.
Safety is at the forefront of everything we do. The BDA is committed to providing comprehensive guidance to ensure the well-being of its members and the broader drilling industry. By adhering to best practices and industry standards, our aim to create a safer working environment for all.
Below you will find guidance documents to help improve safety within the drilling industry:
Health & Safety Manual (Code of Safe Drilling Practice) 2015; Guidance for Cable Percussion; Guidance for Dynamic Sampling, Guidance for Contaminated Land and Guidance on Managing the Risk of Hazardous Gases when Drilling or Piling Near Coal
The Newsletters are published several a year for BDA Members. Each Newsletter provides the latest industry and safety information and is invaluable to keep abreast of what is happening.
Back issues of the Newsletter are also available on our website. Go to Newsletters.
Go to Safety Alerts
As a benefit of membership, BDA members enjoy unlimited access to the BDA for full information on safety matters. For this benefit, join the BDA.
The BDA does still accept enquiries from non-members and willingly tries to help, however, it can’t provide the full service as it would for members.
Call the BDA Office on 0800 246 5086or use contact us.
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