With two rousing presentations concerning safety and effective, responsible leadership, in addition to the closing remarks of the President, the BCGA 2012 Conference drew to a rapturous close.
It had been a thorough and comprehensive day of progressive presentations and forward thinking keynote speeches.
The conference started in the robust way it meant to go on, with more than 140 delegates arriving at the Oulton Hall venue in Leeds to attend the event – almost equalling last year’s record attendance for the BCGA (British Compressed Gases Association).
President Mike Galvin (GCE) thanked all for attending and took a few moments to look back on the association’s developments in the past year, before setting the tone for the rest of the event – forward thinking.
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