Gas Safety regulations are there to keep you and your team happy, safe and comfortable.

What are Gas Safety Regulations and Why Does Your Business Need to Comply?

In any commercial setting, health and safety guidelines are key to keeping everyone working within your workplace safe, happy and comfortable. As part of your business’s risk management processes and procedures, Gas Safety regulations are there to make sure your gas appliances run correctly throughout their lifespan. Because of the potential risks involved, it’s crucial to make your gas safety compliance a priority in order to avoid any faults or minor issues from turning into something more serious. 

The risks of faulty gas appliances

Faulty appliances can cause significant problems if left unattended. We know how important it is to feel comfortable in your working environment, particularly if you have a lot of visitors to your site, you’re working with children or within a more risk-heavy setting. Potential risks caused by gas appliances include; 

  • Carbon monoxide poisoning
  • Limited or no heating or hot water
  • Explosions or fire
  • Gas leaks

Through thorough inspections, adherence to gas safety regulations and and rigorous checks, our reliable Gas Safe engineers make sure your office or commercial site is as safe as possible, making health and safety a priority for your customers, visitors and colleagues.

Why is Gas Safety compliance so important?

You’re legally required to comply with gas safety regulations if your commercial site or property contains any gas appliance, pipework or gas flues. This could be a gas boiler, water heater, laundry or catering appliance, or warm air heater. Even if you use your boiler sparingly, you’ll still need to carry out annual maintenance inspections, alongside any necessary repairs that come up over time. 

Our team approaches your compliance with the utmost care. We know health and safety isn’t just a case of ticking a box, it’s crucial for the welfare of your team and customers. In commercial premises such as schools, factories, office buildings and sports facilities, your safety is crucial. As well as being a legal requirement, compliance measures are there to keep your team and customers working safely, managing risk to any visitors to your site, and avoiding the cost of emergency repairs that an unnoticed fault in your gas appliance could cause.

How our Gas Engineers keep you and your team safe

By law, your gas appliances need to be installed and maintained by Gas Safe registered engineers.  As well as being fully qualified, our reliable team follows legal compliance guidelines and a thorough process to ensure your site is as safe as possible to use.

Proactive site surveys

The very first step for any of our clients looking to prioritise their gas safety is a site safety check. Creating a clear plan aligning with official gas safety regulations means you’ll always have full visibility over your gas safety status, ensuring there are no hidden surprises to come. We’ll never take a risk when it comes to your customer’s safety. Our thorough plans and schedules take into account everything you’ll need to keep to your legal obligations and keep your compliance up to scratch. 

Compliant installation procedures

We take the unique needs of our clients into account whenever we install or maintain any gas appliances. Each sector and industry has tailored requirements and considerations. If you’re a school, you can rest safe in the knowledge that our entire team is DBS Enhanced checked to carry out repairs and maintenance in an education environment.  If you work in manufacturing industries, we ensure IPAF registrations for each of our engineers, so they can work at height and carry out the necessary repairs without any hassle. If you’re running a busy office, we’ll work quickly and efficiently to ensure your productivity levels and comfort aren’t disrupted. Whatever your customers’ needs, we’ll maintain complete gas safety for everyone under your site’s care.

Annual servicing

Our annual servicing checks are designed to keep your team aligned with gas safety regulations, and the people in your care as safe as possible. Commercial site owners have a legal duty to complete Gas Safe registered checks each year in order to make sure everything is ticking over as it should be. Alongside the other precautions your commercial site will take to keep colleagues and customers safe, we’ll give you a friendly reminder when your next annual gas service is due, so you can be sure you’re always up to date with correctly maintained gas safety checks. 

24/7 Emergency Breakdown response

If you’re unlucky enough to face a boiler emergency or a gas leak, our team will be with you as soon as possible to fix the damage, and get your site up and running again. Our local gas engineers are available 24/7, so even if an emergency takes you completely by surprise, we’ll be there to solve the problem in no time. 

We take your compliance seriously

Fully qualified to take care of all your gas safety needs, our Gas Safe registered engineers are here to keep your customers safe, and your business running smoothly.  To learn more about our commitment to compliance, get in touch with our friendly team. 

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