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Gas Safe Register

What is the Gas Safe Register?

Gas Safe Register replaced CORGI gas registration in Northern Ireland on 1st April 2010. It is the new official hallmark for gas safety in the United Kingdom and Isle of Man.

Gas Safe Register LogoWhat is the Gas Safe Register?

Gas Safe Register manages the register of gas engineers who are properly qualified to work with gas in Northern Ireland. Gas engineers must be on the register to carry out work on gas installations and appliances safely and legally.

Gas Safe Register will protect you from dangerous gas work. You can ensure that gas appliances such as boilers, fires and cookers are installed, maintained and serviced safely by using a registered engineer.

Poorly maintained, badly installed or faulty gas appliances could put you at risk from gas leaks, fire, explosions and carbon monoxide poisoning. Carbon monoxide is a highly poisonous gas which you can't see, taste or smell, but it can kill quickly with no warning.

If someone other than a Gas Safe registered engineer does the work in your home, you could be risking people's lives.

How to find a Gas Safe registered engineer

Alternatively you can call an advisor who will be able to help you find a registered engineer in your area. The freephone number is:

How do I know that my engineer is on the Gas Safe Register?

All Gas Safe registered engineers will carry an ID card showing the type of work they are qualified to do. Before any gas work is carried out, always ask to see the engineer's ID card.

You can also use the website address and phone number listed above to confirm that the engineer is registered.

You can find more information on the scheme by using the following links: