Free Gas Safety & Compliance Health Check

Is your gas safety management regime still fit for purpose?

At CORGI, we know only too well that effective gas management plays a large part in tenant safety and we are keen to do everything we can to raise awareness and standards in the sector.

That’s why we are offering housing associations and local authorities a FREE, no obligation, gas safety and compliance health check.

We want to help you identify any gaps in your activities, policies and procedures so that they can be addressed as required. To help with this, you’ll also receive a FREE advisory report, based on any findings.

The CORGI health check includes a review of your:

  • Gas safety management during/post refurbishment work

  • Specification processes

  • Contractor management

  • Staff knowledge and competence

  • Void and mutual exchange procedures

  • Free advisory report based on findings

The CORGI Gas Safety & Compliance Health Check allows you to check how robust your gas safety processes and procedures are against current regulation and understand where your organisation sits against key gas safety benchmarks.

A quick, straightforward process taking just a couple of hours, it will provide you with invaluable information for your organisation and generate an instant itemised and scored report showing any areas for improvement. You’ll then receive a bespoke recommendation document to help prioritise and correct any areas of concern.

If you need support in addressing any concerns, simply pick up the phone to one of our team and we’ll let you know how we can help.

 

Fill out your details so we can contact you about our free, no obligation, gas safety and compliance health check





 

Why CORGI?

CORGI, the authority in gas safety management, offers support and guidance to safety and compliance professionals within social housing and facilities management. The consulting partner for industry regulators and enforcement bodies worldwide, the level of our expertise, spanning almost 50 years, speaks for itself.

 When it comes to safety, can you justify working with any less than the best?