You'll be referring to this and possibly this!

There's been quite of lot of guidance issued on cylinders from both the HSE and the MHRA and most cylinders should already be in a cradle/bracket/trolley due to their possible damage to valves or larger cylinders injury to staff. At least it's policy at our Trust as it went through Trust health & safety committee sometime ago. Along with the issuing of fire extinguishers in vehicles used to transport cylinders.

This was a later news story from the inquest which reported the incident was due to a faulty cylinder.

Last edited by Chris Watts; 31/07/13 8:49 PM. Reason: update