If you fill any compressed gas containers such as an LPG gas bottles or cylinders you will need to be an approved filler
Where cylinders are filled at, for example, a service station or LPG refilling facility the LPG Association operates a scheme to train the approved filler. There is a formal training procedure to follow and the site manager will generally manage the process.
If you receive training in other ways that are not a part of the LPG Association scheme you will need to engage a test certifier approved to issue approved filler test certificates.
Location test certificate for LPG?
You will need a location test certificate
if you are using or storing more than 100 kg of LPG in one location. However, a site may have more than one location and provided each is less than 100 kg and they are sufficiently far apart a location test certificate may not be required.
A location test certificate is issued by a test certifier. You will need to arrange for the test certifier to visit your location.
If you hold less than 300 kg, you will require a location test certificate from a test certifier before commissioning the facility, however, after that your supplier may follow a code of practice and confirm that the facility remains compliant. You may continue using the services of a test certifier if you wish.
If the quantity at the location exceeds 300 kg, the duration of the test certificate is 12 months.
The guide to a location test certificate sets out the items that the test certifier will examine.