09 Feb

Bitesize training: commercial gas safety awareness

CIEH member: £55
Affiliate member: £110
Non-member: £110 

Two hour bitesize training

Time: 10.00 - 12.00

Please note that this training will be delivered via the Zoom online platform.  Please ensure that you are able to access this prior to booking.

How do I pay?
Please click on the book now to complete the online booking. If your local authority does not allow credit card payments please speak to our contact centre: 020 7827 5800, or email [email protected]

Additional date:
01.03.2023

Online (Zoom)

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Overview

This event provides an overview of gas safety from the perspective of an Enforcement Officer. Delegates will learn the history behind gas safety and be introduced to gas certification and gas registration. The main topics will go into combustion, along with the dangerous side effects of carbon monoxide and what to look out for. Ventilation and chimneys, different types of appliances and their flue requirements, along with regulations, good practice, and inspection criteria, will also be discussed.

This session will explore what constitutes an unsafe situation along with an unsafe installation, who has the right to carry out certain actions, and the responsibilities of owners and Gas Safe engineers. Delegates will learn how to identify the differences between conditions that are immediately dangerous, at risk and not to the current standards.

Objectives

• Improve your awareness of the Gas Safe Engineer competencies  
• Know what to look for during site inspections on gas safety
• Appreciate various clarification of appliances and their flue requirements
• Understand the law surrounding when an inspection is at risk (AR) and what the isolation procedure is for these properties

CPD: 2 hours

Ian Halton

With over 20 years of experience in the electrical trade, Ian Halton is an established voice within the industry. Ian has experience in writing gas installation requirements, setting compliance standards, and presenting on topics including gas safety, carbon monoxide, fire safety and new technologies to replace gas. Through his role as Business Relationship Director at NAPIT (from 2010-2019) Ian was responsible for educating Local Authorities across the country on the latest electrical issues. Since leaving NAPIT, Ian has continued to work with the CIEH, NRLA and Local Authorities. Prior to working for NAPIT, Ian spent 9 years in the installation sector, with this knowledge now informing his current work with Local Authorities.

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