Gas boilers must also receive an annual gas safety check by a Council for Registered Gas Installers (CorgI) registered professional.
What does CORGI stand for?
CORGI stands for Council for Registered Gas Installers (formerly Confederation of Registered Gas Installers; UK)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
For gas appliances, engineers must be registered with CORGI - the Council for Registered Gas Installers.
The Council for Registered Gas Installers (CORGI), the body charged by the Health and Safety Executive with maintaining a register of competent gas installers, is visiting Gateshead's MetroCentre on May 4.
By law, anyone who works on a gas appliance must be registered with CORGI, the Council for Registered Gas Installers.
She is also a non-executive director of the Council for Registered Gas Installers (Corgi).
Corgi - the Council for Registered Gas Installers - are constantly working to get that message across.
A Council for Registered Gas Installers (Corgi) spokesman explained: "Carbon monoxide is produced when the gas does not burn properly as a result of poor circulation.
It meets the highest safety standards, conforming to British Standard BS7860, the standard recommended by the Health and Safety Executive and the Council for Registered Gas Installers (Corgi).