Where? Search for ‘Open Channel from Gas Safe Register’ on Facebook
Do you have questions about RIDDOR? Why not ask Gas Safe Register’s expert panel in the first Open Channel event this month?Open Channel is the new way for gas engineers and the Register to talk about the things that really matter to you. It’s a regular initiative to help share ideas and expertise, and to have an informal discussion with Gas Safe.
A new Facebook group has been set up so that you can get involved: it’s called ‘Open Channel from Gas Safe Register’. And Gas Safe will be hosting the first Facebook Live event at 18.30-19.00 on 25 February 2020.
A panel of experts from Gas Safe Register and HSE will be ready and waiting to talk to you. You can watch the discussion and get involved on Facebook – but if you can’t join at the time, the discussion will be available afterwards. Before the event, you can send in your questions via email.
Scott Darroch, head of Strategic Communications and Engagement, says: “We want you to get involved, whether you email us a question in advance, whether you join in with the Facebook event at the time or watch it later, or whether you want to find out more afterwards.”
Aftewards, Gas Safe Register will consolidate the questions and recurring themes in a report that will also be published in Registered Gas Engineer and on the Register’s website.
The RIDDOR-focused discussion is the first of six planned Open Channel events in 2020. Scott says: “We’re keen to make sure that we cover a variety of topics that are important to you – and we’ve already received some great suggestions for future discussions. So if there’s something you’d like to talk to Gas Safe Register about, please let us know by emailing us at RGEOpenChannel@GasSafeRegister.co.uk”
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