1414 Degrees last week signed off on some key safety requirements in preparation of the installation and commissioning of the GAS-TESS on the SA Water Glenelg site.

Further to its own safety procedures, 1414 Degrees has now complied with SA Water requirements including completion of the Hazard & Operability Study (HAZOP), Control Hazard & Operability Study (CHAZOP), and Safety in Design (SID) which addresses 1414 Degrees’ responsibility under the WHS legislation to achieve a safe design. 

It has been a comprehensive process involving over a dozen stakeholders and is a key step towards commissioning.

1414 Degrees Limited (ACN 138 803 620) (1414 Degrees) lodged a prospectus with the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC) on 28 May 2018 (Prospectus). The Prospectus replaces the prospectus dated 30 April 2018, which was lodged with ASIC on that date. Under the Prospectus, 1414 Degrees invites prospective investors to apply for fully paid ordinary shares in the Company (Shares).

Offers of Shares will be made in, or accompanied by a copy of the Prospectus. The Prospectus has been issued in paper form, and any person in Australia or New Zealand may obtain a copy free of charge upon request by emailing info@1414degrees.com.au. The Prospectus is also available in electronic form and may be accessed on the internet at https://www.1414degreesoffer.com.au/?b=Website . Persons who access the electronic version of the Prospectus should ensure that they download and read the entire Prospectus.

Prospective investors wishing to acquire Shares should consider the Prospectus carefully in deciding whether to acquire Shares. Any prospective investor wishing to acquire Shares under the Offer must complete the Application Form that accompanies the Prospectus.