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What checks should you be carrying out on an appliance(s)?

Regulation 26 (9) of the Gas Safety (Installation and Use) Regulation 26 (7) – (10) of the gas safety regulations states (some of you may know this as FAGS); “After performing work on a installed appliance, engineers should carry out the necessary checks and tests to ensure that the appliance, and any associated flue, is …

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TB 118 – Safe Electrical Isolation of Gas Appliances

Technical Bulletin 118 – Safe Electrical Isolation of Gas Appliances This technical bulletin describes the best method to prove that an appliance is disconnected from the electricity supply before working on it. It starts out by stating the dangers and implications on the human body if it receives a passage of current through it better known …

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Gas Safe TB 152 – Securing and Sealing horizontal chimney terminations

Gas Safe Technical Bulletin 152 – Securing and Sealing horizontal chimney terminations Gas Safe have released the above technical bulletin to provide guidance to engineers to ensure that horizontal chimneys and their terminations are correctly secured and sealed. Note – The manufacturer’s instructions should always be consulted first Within it explains that there are 2 different …

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CCN1 Courses Available in February

CCN1 Courses in February We currently have limited availability on our CCN1 courses in February. You can book your CCN1 up to 6 months in advance without losing anytime on expiry date. We offer a friendly and relaxed atmosphere  We have availability on the 5th and 19th Feb. Call us now to book your space