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  1. Plumber Goes Rogue with Gas Work

    A plumber from Essex was recently sentenced to 150 hours of community service by a court because he had been carrying out illegal and dangerous gas work on a family home. Continue reading →
  2. Gas Safe Register are Looking for Heroes

    Ahead of Gas Safety week 2014, set this year for the 15th to the 21st September, Gas Safe Register are looking for ‘Gas Safe Heroes’. They want to hear from any Engineer who is avid about gas safety and has helped a community, family or even just an individual stay safe with gas. Continue reading →
  3. Fears Over Third Party Inspector Scheme: NICEIC and ELECSA Say No

    Recently the Department for Communities and Local Government (DCLG) announced amendments to the Building Regulations. These amendments relate to the introduction of third party certification schemes for electrical work in domestic dwellings. Continue reading →
  4. A Close Look at Flue Gas Analysers

    Flue gas analysers have become more popular in recent years with gas and heating engineers. Continue reading →
  5. The Gas Safe Workspace App Has Landed - How Will It Help You?

    Gas Safe recently launched the Workspace app for Gas Safe registered engineers to manage customer details, scheduling, appointments and use gas calculation tools. Continue reading →
  6. Get Girls Plumbing Campaign gets Underway

    Many people in the electrical industry have heard of the successful and ongoing campaign to get more women into the industry titled ‘Jobs for the Girls’. However, WaterSafe has now created a similar campaign for the plumbing industry called ‘Get Girls Plumbing’. Continue reading →
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