CORGI and The Association of Electrical Safety Managers join forces to offer free support to government organisations in wake of Grenfell Tower disaster

In the wake of the devastating Grenfell Tower disaster, CORGI Technical Services and the Association of Electrical Safety Managers (AESM) are working together to offer free, confidential support to local and national government organisations, to help avoid similar incidents in the future. Claire Heyes, CEO of CORGI Technical Services stated: “The terrible disaster at Grenfell […]

TECHNICAL FOCUS: Fire Precautions in Buildings

Fire protection is intended to firstly, and most importantly, preserve life and then to preserve property. It is also there to prevent the passage and spread of smoke and fire to allow for the safe escape of any occupants. Fire protection is also intended to reduce the amount of damage caused to the building structure […]

Flueless Gas Fires

Flueless gas fires, you either love them or hate them. Bearing in mind that these gas appliances have now been around in the UK for more than a decade, and before that these were, and still are, exceedingly popular in other countries around the world (in particular Japan, Australia and USA), there are no signs […]

Ryan Dempsey joins CORGI Technical Services

CORGI Technical Services are delighted to welcome Ryan Dempsey MIET to our growing team as Director of Electrical Safety. Ryan has a wealth of experience in the electrical industry. He started off his career in the Royal Navy and eventually went on to work for Leeds City Council as their Electrical Services Manager for 5 […]

Ian May, AGSM member, honoured with BEM

Ian May, member of the Association of Gas Safety Managers (AGSM) has been rewarded for “services to Higher Education and the community in Reading” and presented with a British Empire Medal (BEM) during the Queen’s Birthday Honours. Ian has been a member of the AGSM since 2012 and has worked tirelessly as Head of Building […]