The UK Defence Code of Practice (DCOP) provides practical advice on how to comply with regulations and helps to clarify legislative requirements, establish defence standards and identify roles and responsibilities.

Dedicated to explosion-sensitive military sites, DSA 03.OME Part 2 includes a special chapter prescribing regulatory requirements and standards for specific subjects such as electrical installations or lightning protection.

In a special one-hour session, METEORAGE, European leader in lightning detection, will help you identify in 5 points how to comply with these regulations (UK) and how preventive measures can complement existing protection systems.

Dedicated to site managers, safety managers and compliance officers, a special testimonial on existing turnkey solutions will be given by a major player in the UK defence sector.

What will you take away from this webinar?

  • The benefits and added value of complying with the international standard (IEC EN 62793) for storm warning systems (TWS),
  • the need for explosives processing and storage sites to be warned 30 minutes before a storm approaches (and that professional preventive solutions exist for this),
  • if damage is suspected, an inspection must be carried out in the event of a lightning strike.

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