Supporters' activities

Find out what our supporters have planned for Gas Safety Week.

Theresa Wallace, Head of Customer Relations, Savills

"Each year Savills is proud to support Gas Safety Week and this year is no exception. Raising awareness of gas safety remains of great importance to us and we continually work to educate our landlords about the obligations involved and work to ensure all our properties meet the requirements. As agents, we play a critical part in ensuring tenants are living in safe and habitable properties and gas safety sits at the top of this priority list."

Dan Edwards, Social Impact Programme Lead at SGN

“Safety is one of our core values at SGN and our top priority both for our customers and our colleagues. Gas Safety Week is an excellent opportunity to share important gas safety messaging and raise awareness of the dangers of carbon monoxide as part of this national safety campaign, which is why we’ve supported this campaign since it launched in 2011.”

Noelene Maguire, Membership Development Manager, Liquid Gas UK

“We’re proud to support and promote Gas Safety Week 2023 to raise awareness of the importance of keeping appliances well maintained and serviced. We’ve been providing safety guidance and LPG standards for over 45 years and it’s at the heart of what we do at Liquid Gas UK. We work closely with the Gas Safe Register team to ensure we provide the very latest in LPG guidance, engineering and safety practices.”

Raj Kakar-Clayton, Managing Director at Which? Trusted Traders, said

Whether you live in a small flat or a large mansion, your home should be equipped with carbon monoxide (CO) alarms to warn against high levels of carbon monoxide, which has the potential to kill in minutes.
"The dangers apply to everyone, not just to elderly or vulnerable people, so for Gas Safety Week we encourage you to take some time to ensure your carbon monoxide alarm is up to scratch. Which? recommends that a good alarm should sound when it detects the gas and it should be loud enough to alert everybody in the house.
"It's also important to ensure your gas appliances, including your boiler, are checked regularly by a registered trader to ensure they're safe and working as efficiently as possible. Working with Gas Safety Register, Which? Trusted Traders is encouraging everyone to tackle this task ahead of winter."
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