After a few months, Gas safe register has ended their #DontCutCorners Campaign. It was created to encourage everyone to check the Register before an engineer works on the gas appliances in their homes.
If you are not familiar with the #DontCutCorners campaign, find out more here.
There has been a significant amount of involvement and support from suppliers, training providers, magazines and installers to make the public more aware.
Do you have any photos of a terrible installation while you were on the job? Tweet @logic4training to keep the conversation going.
Here are the highlights from the campaign:
As our #dontcutcorners campaign comes to a close this week, here’s a look back at some of the images of poor gas work you sent into us! Remember not to cut corners – always use a Gas Safe registered engineer for any gas work. pic.twitter.com/Xpqq5kGY9B
— Gas Safe Register (@GasSafeRegister) March 26, 2018
— Antony Wallis (@awallisplumbing) March 26, 2018
— Gas Engineer Mag (@RGEMag) March 26, 2018
@WorcesterBosch CDI compact wth system filter and @SpirotechUK , repipe upstairs with a few @Stelrad softline radiators and a new gas pipe. ?? #Spride #plumberlife #DontCutCorners pic.twitter.com/m3SfDuqn2Q
— Sam Morris (@morrisheating1) March 26, 2018
— Gas Safe Register (@GasSafeRegister) March 22, 2018
@GasSafeRegister this was sent to me by my brother last week. Absolutely shocking what #cowboybuilders will do to get the job done. Use a gas safe engineer and #dontcutcorners pic.twitter.com/7AYuu03TV3
— BPT Gas Services (@BptGas) March 18, 2018
Some more images we’ve seen so far from our #dontcutcorners campaign – thanks to Jamie Green, Tejash Joshi and Calum McCutcheon for these. if you’ve found a horror that needs sharing, feel free to send it our way. pic.twitter.com/glqwM6No8w
— Gas Safe Register (@GasSafeRegister) February 15, 2018