The British Compressed Gas Association (BCGA) is aiming to build a bigger picture of ‘key pointers for action’ regarding the potential impacts of Brexit.

The organisation is requesting that members complete a survey where their comments are sent directly to the BCGA team, providing an opportunity for members to raise key Brexit issues. 

These issues will then be raised with relevant government departments and other routes, according to the BCGA. 

One-to-one calls and virtual meetings are also set to be available, hosted by Ellen Daniels, CEO, BCGA, who commented, “We are working with government in areas including transport, standards and regulations and it is important we continue to address the concerns raised by our members.” 

“Feedback is invaluable to help navigate the challenges ahead.” 

With BCGA members employing 19,000 people directly and accounting for an annual turnover of £2.7bn, the feedback received could help support a range of UK industrial sectors including steelmaking, refining, welding, chemical processing and electronics. 

Members can access the survey here and ten-minute sessions – available from the week commencing 28th February – can be booked at