Do you need a qualified mobile catering engineer to test, repair or provide a gas safety certificate for your mobile catering vehicle?
Did you know that it’s a legal requirement for all mobile caterers to have their gas equipment checked, and certified, annually in most cases (or bi-annually for some high-risk installations) to ensure the equipment is safe to operate? These checks must be carried out by an engineer with the appropriate mobile catering qualifications, in addition to, or instead of domestic appliance qualifications).
Mobile catering equipment
It’s a legal requirement to have all equipment installed/inspected by a Gas Safe Engineer. All catering equipment has a CE mark.
Qualified Mobile Catering Engineers – For Peace Of Mind
All attending engineers are Gas Safe Registered and are qualified and trained to work on Commercial Mobile Catering (CMC) trailers and equipment. This means your equipment will be in safe hands, all engineers have experience and working knowledge of both catering and the mobile catering industry.
Suitably Qualified Mobile Catering Professionals
All engineers working on mobile catering equipment should hold an up to date certificate of competence CMC.
Mobile catering (CMC) also requires engineers to hold the appropriate core and appliance assessments e.g
- Commercial catering core gas safety (CCCN1)
- Natural gas to liquefied petroleum gas changeover (CONGLP1)
- Ranges, grills, steam ovens (COMCAT1)
- Fracino Coffee Machines (COMCAT2)
- Deep fat fryers (COMCAT3)
If the Engineer does not a CMC certificate they are not qualified to work on your catering appliances.
If you require an engineer to fit catering equipment they will have to visit on site to survey the work that is needed. This cost will vary but will be fair. Only essential work that is needed will be carried out. We do our best to keep costs down for our customers.
With this service, we will arrange for a qualified Gas Safe LPG Mobile catering engineer to visit attend and carry out the work required. There can be up to a 7-12 day waiting period depending on availability and location form the time of the booking. In most instances, the engineer will be local to your location or within a 50mile radius and the visit will in most circumstances be sooner. The price is for the engineer to visit and test 1 appliance, additional appliances will be £40.
Prices start from £160+VAT (depending on location) is a from price but in most instances will cover the cost of call out and issuing of the certificate for one appliance, addtional appliances will be extra. However, if extra work is needed, it must be paid at the time or soon after the work is completed. A final invoice will be sent.
Prior to LPG Engineer attendance: Please make sure all equipment, nearby work areas and access are clean. Grease, food and any debris must be removed. This is a hazard and can slow down work efficiency for engineers and may result in a higher charge.
Please note: To trade you need evidence of gas safety testing and inspection by a gas safe registered engineered engineer qualified for LPG, commercial catering appliances and mobile commercial catering. Without a test you have nothing to show event organisers, safety professionals, EHO or the HSE that your equipment is safe in the configuration you have set it up to comply with UKLPG Code 24/3
If you are unsure please use the “Ask a Question Form” above or call us on 01923 559 077
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