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Widespread support for Gas Safety Week

Gas Safety week has received plenty of support to raise awareness over the importance of gas vigilance.

Purbeck District Council is among the local authorities in Dorset supporting Gas Safety Week 2012 as residents in Dorset have been urged to take care of their gas appliances.

Gloucester City Homes (GCH) is also showing their support for the annual campaign by calling on residents to be gas safe. GCH are reminding residents to keep their appointments for annual home safety checks.

MID and West Fire and Rescue Service has thrown its support behind the campaign. To mark the week the Neath Community Fire and Safety Team will be at the Waunceirch Family Fun Day this Sunday to help raise awareness about the importance of gas safety in the home.

Derry City Council joins the list of supporters by calling on employers and the public to take care and be gas safe.

Accredited Lettings is also backing Gas Safety Week, in its aims to raise awareness of gas safety and the importance of taking care of your gas appliances. As a National Approved Letting Scheme (NALS) licensed firm, Accredited Lettings has already pledged its commitment to consumer protection.

As well as Baxi and Plumbase pledging their support, Carillion are raising awareness of gas safety in the home to its 13,000 employees by ensuring all staff receives literature and information during Gas Safety Week.

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