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Updates - April 2018

Domestic Gas Services

01493 745888


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Dear <<First Name>>,

I hope you enjoy reading our latest newsletter. In this edition we cover the latest update to the Industry Unsafe Situations Procedure and two new courses we are able to offer.

Interested in expanding your work range? Why not look at the other courses we offer.

Don't forget about our price match offer either.

If you have any queries please do not hesitate to contact us on 01493 745888 or newsletter@domestic-gas.co.uk

Many Thanks,
Domestic Gas Services

Gas Industry Unsafe Situations Procedure

The Gas Industry Unsafe Situations procedure has been amended and re-branded. Previously this document was maintained by Industry (via Gas Safe Register) and published as TB001, but IGEM has now taken ownership of this document. The content of the document has not significantly changed, however the revisions can be found in ISU080 published by Gas Safe Register.

The new document will be referred to as IGEM/G/11, with TB001 being withdrawn. Businesses are expected to implement IGEM/G/11 with immediate effect, and Gas Safe will be inspecting to this document with effect from 01 September 2018.

You can download a copy of IGEM/G/11 by visiting the IGEM website.
 

New Courses

Logic Certification have announced that they are offering two new qualifications in gas auditing. One is designed for those auditing gas engineers, and the other for those auditing a gas business. We have been granted Extension of Scope to offer these qualifications.

LCL Level 3 Award in Auditing of Gas Work

Course Specification


This qualification is designed for new and existing operatives wishing to undertake an auditing role within the gas industry. This allows them to gain a formal qualification to enable them to undertake this task. The qualification covers:-
  • Being able to plan and conduct for an audit,
  • Understand the requirements for maintaining audit records and information,
  • Be able to apply audit interview techniques,
  • Understand the purpose and function of an audit report,
  • Be able to provide constructive feedback on the findings of an audit,
  • Understand the technical and safety considerations in planning and conducting audits of gas work,
  • Know the legislation and standards relevant conducting audits of gas work,
  • Know how to work safely when conducting audits
LCL Level 3 Award in Auditing of a Gas Business’s Work Management Procedures

Course Specification


This qualification comprises of two mandatory units and is designed for new and existing operatives wishing to undertake an auditing role within the gas industry. This allows them to gain a formal qualification to enable them to undertake this task. The qualification covers:-
  • Being able to plan and conduct for an audit,
  • Understand the requirements for maintaining audit records and information,
  • Be able to apply audit interview techniques,
  • Understand the purpose and function of an audit report,
  • Be able to structure and format a formal written audit report,
  • Be able to provide constructive feedback on the findings of an audit,
  • Audit a business’s procedures for the recruitment and selection of gas operatives and how the monitoring of their work performance is conducted,
  • Audit a business’s management of gas operatives training, qualifications and work allocation,
  • Audit a business which supervises and quality controls the work of direct employed, sub contract and agency gas operatives,
  • Audit a business’s procedures for maintaining gas operative work records and documentation,
  • Audit a business’s procedures for managing the issue and maintenance of tools, equipment and materials,
  • Audit a business’s procedures for managing effective customer care,
  • Audit a business’s procedures for managing the key support functions of the business,
  • Audit a business’s procedures for the Reporting of Injuries, Diseases and dangerous Occurrences Regulations (RIDDOR) and the Gas Industry Unsafe Situations Procedures (GIUSP)
More information on both of these can be obtained by contacting us or viewing the full course information on the Logic Certification website.
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Domestic Gas Services in Great Yarmouth is one of the longest established ACS training and assessment centres in the area.
 
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We are able to offer the following courses, if you would like more information please contact us.
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  • Energy Efficiency
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  • Basic Gas Awareness
  • Risk Assessment & Disinfection of Water Systems

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Our prices are competitive, but we also offer a price match service. We can price match other centres in the area on a like for like course. T&C’s apply, please contact us for more information.
 

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