Industry Standard Update 092

Technical Bulletin 055 Duties of Landlords The following is a brief summary of Industry Standard Update 092; Gas Safe registered engineers should always keep themselves updated with the complete publication. Information has been curated from Registered Gas Engineer Issue #123 for the convenience of G&E’s visitors. Gas Safe released this update during May 2019, voiding…

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Training Standards Are Slipping…

G&E Training often receives complaints about other training centres with slipping standards. We can’t stand training companies that charge high fees yet fail to meet the expectations of such a pricey course. Many training bodies out there seek to take advantage of unsuspecting trainees, who simply want to improve their career and earn a bit…

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Are You Checking the Gas Safe Register?

Do you check the Gas Safe Register when you have gas work done in your home? Gas Safe offer a free online tool for checking the validity of a Gas Safe card or gas company. By using this tool, you’re checking whether an engineer is registered and qualified to work on your gas appliances. You…

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A Decade of Gas Safety

This month Gas Safe Register celebrates 10 years of gas safety. Gas Safe highlights important statistics that show what they’ve accomplished so far. www.gassaferegister.co.uk boasts over 19 million searches for a registered business and 3 million checks on engineers’ ID card details. Since launching in 2009, they have inspected over 41,000 ‘unsafe’ sites, found over…

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Clean Air Strategy: Extinguishing Pollution

With worries over the health of our planet and the cleanliness of our air rising, the government’s “Clean Air Strategy” aims to cut emissions across the nation. Pollution has been identified as among the greatest threats to health, behind only obesity, heart disease and cancer. The Clean Air Strategy has been described as an ambitious,…

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Beware Dodgy Training Centres!

[et_pb_section bb_built=”1″][et_pb_row][et_pb_column type=”4_4″][et_pb_text] At G&E, we’ve had many candidates come to us with stories of how they’ve been ripped off by dodgy training providers. It’s important to know which centres you can trust. Don’t trust companies who send salesmen to your door, especially those who ask for money on the spot. It’s unlikely that a…

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Gas Safety: Carbon Monoxide

Gas safety is a priority. Gas Safe engineers are a necessity. In the event of a gas appliance burning improperly, excess CO is produced. Carbon Monoxide (CO) is an odourless, invisible and deadly substance, however its threat can be limited  by CO alarms, which detect the gas and alerts those nearby. The victims are often…

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