So has mine. She does a lot of the work on the static sites
No you don’t need to be Gas safe registered to work on privately owned leisure vehicles.Are companies who perform habitation checks ie Approved Worksops, required to be gas safe Registered, or a member of NEC,
If not what qualifies them.
It's not just LPG there are many categories and examinations for has engineers the category for MOHO's is leisure accommodation vehicles, although that in itself can be misleading, I had that qualification although I didn't work on
Yes it’s definitely a crazy situation when like you say plenty of the so called professional Gas safe operatives have a qualification for something they have never actually worked on
As I recall the leisure accommodation vehicles element was only a few questions on the different ventilation in LAV's and the distances between the gas and vehicle exhaust, there was nothing on the appliances or even on the gas regulator and the 30mb pressure instead of the 37mb etc. After I passed the "exam" I would have looked fully qualified on the Gas Safe register.Yes it’s definitely a crazy situation when like you say plenty of the so called professional Gas safe operatives have a qualification for something they have never actually worked on
These are the type that are giving some of the self builders landlords certificates for piles of junk, or force an old German van owner to change their 50mbar regulator to a 30 mbar as it’s not correct
This always raises the question "Who is a competent person?"!