Gas safety and carbon monoxide
If you have any questions about the safety of your gas appliances, or want to know more about the warning signs and symptoms of carbon monoxide poisoning, you can find out more below.
If you have a gas appliance, it should be properly installed or maintained at regular intervals by an engineer who is on the Gas Safe Register. You can find out more at the pages below:
- Gas Safe Register (property and housing section)
- Domestic gas installation and health and safety (property and housing section)
If you have any doubts about the safety of your gas appliances, contact your local Gas Safe Registered engineer and request a full gas safety check. You can find a registered engineer in your area by:
- visiting Gas Safe Register website
- calling 0800 408 5500
The Health and Safety Executive for Northern Ireland (HSENI) have compiled a list of common questions about gas safety. These can be found at the following link:
Carbon monoxide poisoning
You can find out more about what to look out for in relation to a potential carbon monoxide leak at the following nidirect page:
As a precautionary measure, you can install an audible carbon monoxide (CO) alarm that meets British or European standards (BS Kitemark or EN 50291). These cost as little as £20.