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Luckily i have friend in OCBA! Looks like we will be just about to find out if those licenses are worth the paper they are written on!
The gas engineer in question has been removed from the thread he was mentioned in.
When a contractor does gas or electrical work on your property make sure you ask for a certificate of compliance, whether it is your home, rental, commercial premises, caravan or boat. This is their guarantee to you that the work has been completed correctly and that it is safe.
A Gas Certificate of Compliance should be given to you for all of the following gas work:
A Gas Certificate of Compliance is generally not required for normal maintenance or repairs on an exisiting appliance.
- installing a new gas pipework
- extending or repairing existing gas pipework
- installing new appliances (such as a heater, hot water unit, stove top)
- replacing an appliance (change overs)
- converting an appliance for use on another fuel, for example, from LPG to Natural Gas or vice-versa
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if the gas man was a member on here, i wonder if he'll keep his head down or stand up for himself publicly ???:jimlad:
im so sorry to here of your bad experience and i guess they are not all bad maybe they need a program like in the uk rogue traders! but from personal experience my husband was a plumber and gas fitter in uk and he is a licenced plumber here and is absolutly shocked at the standard of the plumbers here that he has worked with over the last few years and cant believe they are licenced! the exams are often open book so dont take a genius to work out that these guys dont nessessary know what they are doing to get a licence!
I have no doubt he knows what he is doing and cant even tar him with the "dodgy" aussie tradies brush, which I hear so much about ...he was english and spent many years working for british gas!!! Pretty sure he is uk trained too !