LP Gas Installations – Legislation & Safety
LP GAS INSTALLATIONS – LEGISLATION & SAFETY
LP Gas installations without a valid up to date CoC may lead to dire consequences for home owners.
With the high cost of electricity gas appliances in the home are becoming more popular. Some homeowners are unaware that permanent gas installations such as gas ovens, hobs, heaters and fireplaces requires an up to date CoC.
Should there be a fire in a home with a gas installation with no up to date compliance certificate, your insurance company could possibly reject the claim. A Gas CoC is valid for five years but some insurance companies may require the CoC to be renewed more frequently.
Frequently Asked Questions
Do I need a Coc for my gas installation?
When must a CoC be issued?
What is a permanent gas installation?
How long is a CoC valid for?
How regularly must a LPG installation be serviced?
Am I allowed to have a gas cylinder inside my house?
Find an SAQCC Gas Authorized Practitioner
In Terms of the Occupational Health and Safety Act, 1993, the Pressure Equipment Regulations require that all Gas installations must only be carried out by a competent person, registered by an organisation approved by the Chief Inspector of the Department of Labour.
The South African Qualification & Certification Committee for Gas, (SAQCCGas) has been officially appointed and mandated by the Department of Labour to register gas practitioners, as competent within a specific scope of work.