From April 2009, the new Gas Safe Register replaced the CORGI gas registration scheme as Great Britain’s gas safety authority.
By law Gas Safe registered engineers should be employed to carry out work on gas installations or appliances – CORGI gas registration will not be valid. All contractors who work for GGHT are registered with Gas Safe Register.
All engineers are provided with a yellow Gas Safe Register logo, and every engineer will carry a Gas Safe Register ID card with their own unique licence number ( It is the size of a credit card and shows their photograph, name, Gas Safe registration number, unique licence number showing the type of gas work they are qualified to do, card expiry date and the Gas Safe logo). Before you have any gas work done in your home, make sure you check the card. As Braille does not confirm an engineer’s identity, it is not included on the Gas Safe identification cards. If you are unsure about their identity, ask them to wait outside then phone us on 01925 452452 and we’ll check them out for you.
If someone other than a Gas Safe registered engineer carries out gas work at your home, you could be risking the safety of your family and your property.