Your Voice

A key objective of the AGSM is to create one voice for the sector that can be heard at all levels so that we can move the industry forward in demonstrable ways.

From Ministers, Government departments, Parliamentary groups, trade and professional associations or senior management in social housing, the AGSM is Your Voice to influence and make your opinions heard.

Below are the key forums at which Your Voice is being heard:

Gas-Access-GraphicGas Access Campaign

The AGSM, CORGI Technical Services and the Home Group have combined to launch an Access Campaign.

Read the launch press release HERE

Read more about the Campaign HERE incdluding the latest news

Go to the Access Campaign website to register your support.

Boiler Procurement Review (installation, service & maintenance)

A Report has been launched which summaries the key findings of a comprehensive Review that has been carried out with key stakeholders into the Procurement of boilers and their installation, service and maintenance in Social Housing.

The Review was organised by the Association of Gas Safety Managers (AGSM) with a meeting held in July 2014 at the House of Lords under the Chairmanship of Lord Redesdale, CEO of the Energy Managers Association. Stakeholders who attended the Review included Housing Organisations (primarily gas and asset managers and directors) Procurement Frameworks, Boiler Manufacturers, Contractors, Merchants, Members of the AGSM and CORGI Technical Services.

Read the launch press release HERE

Read more details HERE

AGSM Palace of Westminster Dinner

Tuesday 5th November 2013 in the Strangers Room

Hosted by Barry Sheerman MP

Over 70 members of the AGSM, MPs, Parliamentary staff and members of the CORGI Technical Services team were greeted by Barry Sheerman MP on Tuesday 5th November in the Strangers Dining Room at the Palace of Westminster for the AGSM Reception.

“Bringing together the AGSM and other Gas Safety organisations to work towards gas safety is a very good thing,” commented Barry. “CORGI Technical Services and I are very old friends and I am very pleased to see the good work that they are doing. Reducing accidents and deaths in gas incidents can only be tackled by working together. Often the passion for awareness and campaigning comes from families who have been directly affected by tragedies, but it is down to us to make changes happen. By working in partnership we can make change happen.”

The AGSM one year on – much achieved – much more to do – Claire Heyes, Joint CEO, AGSM

Putting in place a Guaranteed Access policy – Gareth Davey & Phillipa Sturdy of North Lincs Homes with Kevin Winship of CORGI Technical Services

Taking responsibility for VoidsDarren Fountain of InCommunities with Kevin Winship of CORGI Technical Services

How could a move to a MOT style of servicing help? – Trevor Batt of CORGI Technical Services

Photo Gallery from AGSM Palace of Westminster Reception