Gas Safety Week 2019

Gas Safety Week 2019

Making the Most of Gas Safety Week 2019

ACS is proud to support Gas Safety Week 2019 which is running from 16th – 22nd September. The aim of this campaign is to raise awareness around the importance of gas safety and taking care of gas appliances both at work and in the home.

How to ensure safety of your gas appliances

Poorly maintained or fitted gas appliances can create considerable risks, including gas leaks, explosions or, even worse, carbon monoxide poisoning. We have provided some tips below for you to follow to ensure you keep yourself, colleagues and your family safe:

  • Ensure all gas appliances at work and in the home are serviced annually.
  • Check that your engineer is Gas Safe registered.
  • Have an audible carbon monoxide alarm fitted to be aware of any potential issues.

Know the main symptoms of Carbon Monoxide poisoning:

  • Dizziness.
  • Nausea.
  • Headaches.
  • Loss of consciousness.

Additionally, we recommend that you make sure to regularly check for any warning signs. These include lazy yellow or orange flames instead of crisp blue, a pilot light that keeps going out and excess condensation in the room. All of the above can indicate that your appliances are not working correctly.

ACS has been a growing business since 1991 with over twenty staff specialising in Building Management Systems and commercial heating covering the South East. Contact us today or give us a call on 01483 237 812.

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