Simon Steward

MD at SureGas (Pty) Ltd

Unit 45 and 46 Viking Business Place Thor Crescent, South Africa
SureGas (Pty) Ltd
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Last Updated 9/12/2016

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Employment History



Vice President  - Chase

General Manager Investment Division-Syfrets  - Nedcor Limited

Assistant Divisional Manager  - Anglo American plc

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22 Aug 2005 : SureGas expands its service

Making the announcement, SureGas managing director, Simon Steward, says SureGas (Gauteng) will assume responsibility for all SureGas business in Mpumalanga, Limpopo and the North West Provinces."An engineer by training, ‘AJ' has been involved in the gas industry for many years and is currently involved in training company representatives in gas and gas safety as well as conducting risk assessments for companies on their gas installations." "Safety and risk advice have always been offered by SureGas but now these training and risk assessment services will also now be available, on a formal basis, to industrial and commercial companies in the Western Cape.""Last month SureGas trained 25 employees of a large shopping complex in Cape Town on gas safety.It is the view of SureGas that the use of gas safety products, such as detection systems, and safety training has not been appropriately addressed by most gas users, in particular the more significant users eg industry and commercial . It was very commendable of the complex management to take this initiative and it will certainly enhance the ability of their personnel to take the required actions should any incident occur," explains Steward.

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25 Mar 2005 : Drive for new safety standards

So says SureGas chief executive Simon Steward.Steward says the main obstacle to the use of gas, according to comprehensive research conducted, is safety - or, at least, the perception that people have towards the safety of working with gas. According to Steward, hotels, casinos, shopping malls, conference centres and restaurants in Africa and the Middle East are setting new safety standards for tenants and the public thanks to the installation of the SureGas gas safety system.

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IOL : Ratanga rejected gas leak detector, firm says

Simon Steward, chief executive of SureGas, said his company had approached Ratanga Junction about installing a detection system, but Ratanga had declined. But Steward said more and more institutions were asking for a gas leak detection system to be fitted. More than 300 sites in the Peninsula had "increased their safety edge" with one, he said.Operating on a similar principle to a smoke detection system, it consisted of a set of atmospheric sensors that detect gas in the air and around gas appliances. Steward said the system ensured that "leaks can be detected long before the gas is allowed to reach the explosive level and the system is then shut off automatically via a solenoid valve". Steward said: "Any user of gas must have safety at all times uppermost in their minds and that involves understanding the steps one needs to take to prevent accidents.

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