Published on June 24, 2018
slide 1: Gas Safety Certificate: Cp12 And Gas Safety Certificate There is a lot of confusion going on with CP12 and Gas Safety Certificate because older generation letting agents still uses this terminology. It means the same but CP12 is out to date term which is just a shortening of CORGI Proforma 12. Until 2009 Corgi used to be the governing body but it has come to an end and it no longer governs today. Gas Safety Register is the new governing body and today one can always ask for a CP12 but most gas engineers won’t correct the term and the certificate won’t mention the word CP12 either. Gas safety certificate still means CP12. CP12 is as same as gas safety certificate because the procedure of examination is same with same tests and inspections. A gas safety certificate contains engineer’s name and signature engineer’s business registration number engineer’s ID number every appliance tested description and location inspection date name and address of the owner or landlord or letting agent if applicable every identified safety defects and any action that needs to be taken or undertaken and verification of all functioning safety checks. British residents can trust the company that does gas safety checks. The private company is qualified to issue gas safety certificates. The owner AJ started his career working for British Gas where he became one of their leading engineers. For more than 10 years he has been working for landlords homeowners and estate agents. The experience he achieved made him qualified in gas and in other areas. For more information please visit https://www.gassafetycertificate.info He offers complete honest service and that is exactly something what every client need. He is qualified to issue gas safety certificates and he covers areas like Warwickshire Midlands and Worcestershire. A gas safety check is an annual legal requirement so landlords are required to get the checking done annually. The law mandates landlords to provide gas safety certificate to their tenants as a way to protect the welfare of the tenants.