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OXYL8 LEV “Easter Eggs”

We¬†here at OXYL8 are great fans of Elon Musk (Space-X, Tesla etc) and he has just our kind of humour. In his Hi-Tec stuff be hides what he calls ‘Easter Eggs‘ in the software; for example extra features, musical oddities, information etc.

Over the coming months we are going to ‘hide’ Easter Egg codes on our site.

They will be numerical or alpha-numerical codes which – when you see them – will be clearly out of kilter with the text or section of the site page in which they are embedded.

Easter Eggs? Well as we are fast approaching Easter we thought we would start the first one with exactly that – a nice chocolate Easter Egg.

But from there we have some other interesting ideas such as secret LEV Apps, discount vouchers for use on OXYL8 LEV Training Courses, Discounts to stay at Lochan Lodge etc

If you see an Easter Egg Code – to claim the ‘Egg‘ simply send us the code using this form:- Contact Form

P600 “Methods for Testing the Performance of LEV” – Recently Launched BOHS LEV Course

Latest in the P600 series of LEV course and, funnily enough, this one is called P600!

OXYL8 have added this course to the suite of LEV training courses we offer.

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Do We Need Indicators (Gauges/Monitors etc) on LEV Hoods? By Law?

Now that is an interesting question!

HSE’s FAQs on LEV state that “There isn’t a specific legal requirement to have airflow indicators or similar fitted to an extraction. But as an employer you do by law have to make sure your LEV system keeps working properly.

What exactly does that mean ….. and more importantly would HSE be likely to ask for gauges/indicators to be fitted?

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Do We Need to “Professionalise to Survive”?

LEV Competency Professionalise

Anyone involved in any aspect of LEV, be it design, installation, testing etc needs to be able to demonstrate evidence of their professional abilities; their ‘competency’.

The CoSHH Regulations provide a starting point in they demand anyone involved in LEV activities should be “competent” (without actually defining the word “Competent”).

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