Gas Installations

The Gas (Safety & Measurement) Regulations 2010 require that all newly constructed gas installations and those that have extensions, additions, replacement, alterations or repair carried out must be certified.

The certification process typically involves a combination of design verification, inspection and testing of the whole or part installation, with a Certificate of Compliance and Gas Safety Certificate issued at the completion of the work.

Certification is carried out in accordance with the Regulations and the joint Australian/New Zealand Standard AS/NZS 5601 – Gas Installations. Part 1 of this Standard (AS/NZS 5601.1) covers General Installations, and part 2 (AS/NZS 5601.2) covers LP gas installations in caravans and boats for non-propulsive purposes.

Existing gas installations can also be verified for safety in accordance with New Zealand Standard NZS 5255 – Safety Verification of existing gas installations.

Company principal John DeBernardo is a Certifying Gasfitter who can assist installers and users with both technical and specialised means of compliance solutions for their projects.

From system design through to testing, certification and verification, Gas Safely have the expertise to provide safe and compliant solutions for any gas installation.

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