Gas Safety Week

What Gas Safety Week taught us about the future of hydrogen

Martyn Bridges, Director of Technical Communication and Product Management at Worcester Bosch, recounts this year’s Gas Safety Week and what it has told us about the future of hydrogen: Gas Safety Week is an important week every year when we take the time to highlight gas safety with a particular emphasis on the need to […]

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Gas Safety Week: Baxi’s Seven Top Tips for Educating Customers

Following a year of disruption for the plumbing and heating sector, it is now more important than ever that industry professionals are doing their bit to ensure gas safety is still considered first and foremost in UK homes. Chris Riley, National Operations Manager at Baxi, gives his top advice for installers to educate their customers, […]

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IGEM's Large Business Forum appeals for gas safety from all trades

For this year’s Gas Safety Week, IGEM’s Large Business Forum (LBF) is renewing its appeal for gas professionals to spread the word amongst fellow tradespeople of the dangers of interfering with existing gas installations when working in buildings. To coincide with this, the forum has released refreshed guidance to help tradespeople ensure they do not […]

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Aico is raising awareness of Carbon Monoxide for Gas Safety Week 2019

Aico is supporting Gas Safety Week between 16th and 22nd September 2019. As part of the activities to raise awareness during this important week, Aico’s Mobile Demonstration Units will be out on tour across the UK, educating members of the public, about the dangers of Carbon Monoxide and providing information. Aico’s Regional Specification Managers and […]

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Gas Safe Register launches new video to highlight dangers of "Silent Killer" carbon monoxide

To mark the eighth annual Gas Safety Week, Gas Safe Register has created a video to demonstrate how carbon monoxide can be missed from the home safety checks.  Gas Safe Register has found that people are much more likely to own a smoke alarm (76%) than an audible carbon monoxide alarm (47%) despite the fact that carbon monoxide (CO) […]

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