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The tools you need to join in with Gas Safety Week

Thousands of you have already received your Gas Safety Week supporters’ toolkit. It’s packed full of goodies that you can use to show your support for the industry’s biggest annual gas safety event next month – whether it’s the first time you’ve got involved, or you’re a long-time supporter.

You don’t need to be a social media mogul or a web wonder to use the materials in the free toolkit: it contains a wide range of different elements that you can put to work in whatever way best suits you and your business. 

Leaflets and posters
The Safety Squad are continuing their fight for a Gas Safe nation in eye-catching posters and leaflets. The A3 size posters are ideal for putting up on noticeboards or in windows – anywhere where your customers will be. And the leaflets are a great leave-behind reminder too.

Logos and images
There’s a huge variety of pictures for you to use – whether you want to focus on the Safety Squad, images of the Gas Safe ID card, or a library of photos of gas engineers, customers and gas appliances in use in the home and at places of work. Also in this set are top tips that are ready-sized and designed specifically for Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

Web banners
Adding a banner to your website couldn’t be simpler. With a wide variety of formats and styles, the banners are quick to upload and are a simple but professional addition to your online presence.

Social media updates
A social media post every day during Gas Safety Week is a snappy way to show your support, and make sure that gas safety messages stay top of mind with your followers. The toolkit contains a series of pre-written updates and images for you to use during the week, so you’ll never run out of things to say.

Don’t have much time?
If you’re short of time but want to show your support, why not download the Quick Kit? This contains some of the most useful key materials and a few quick and simple ideas to get you started.

Get involved and receive your own toolkit at

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