VRQs in Gas Safety Management in Social Housing and Facilities Management
CORGI’s nationally-recognised qualifications – Gas Safety Management in Social Housing and Facilities Management– is a Level 4 Certificate VRQ (Vocationally Related Qualification).
This study area has been prepared to provide you with access to useful resources and documents relevant to your Level 4 VRQ assignments. The information has been sourced from various industry bodies including HSE, Gas Safe Register and others.
We also offer assistance from the CORGI Technical Experts throughout your studies, who can be contacted by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
Introduction to VQ Manager
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- CO Awareness
- Gas Safety (Installation and Use) Regulations 1998
- Guidance for Landlords
- RIDDOR – Examples of Reportable Incidents
- RIDDOR – Reporting of Injuries, Deseases and dangerous Occurences Regulations 2013
- Health & Safety At Work Act (HASAWA)
- HSE FAQ for Landlords
- Gas Safety (Management) Regulations 1996
- HSE Use of contractors – a joint responsibility
- Catering sheets 10, 17, 12, 23
Gas Safe Register Resources
Other industry bodies
- Topical information from Inside Housing
- EAL Accreditation Information
- Direct Works forum for housing associations
- Housemark website containing news items
- Environmental Protection Act 1990
- Standards of training in gas work
- Different types of Boilers Information
- Building Regulations Approved Documents
British Standards access provision – for further information on British Standards, please refer to the online Gas Safe Register subscription service or visit your local library.
Gas Safety Trust
The Gas Safety Trust is the UK’s leading gas safety research charity with the key objectives of further improving gas/fossil fuel safety for the public and industry throughout the UK and reducing the incidents of death and serious injury from carbon monoxide (CO) exposure.
You can visit this website to find out more about this important subject area and keep up to date with developments in the industry.
We have a range of Technical Bulletins that will assist you with completing your qualification.
Please click here for relevant Technical Bulletins.