Code of practice for the Safe use of LP Gas at Public Events in Victoria
Download ESV's Code of Practice for the safe use of LP gas at public events in Victoria.
Commercial kitchen gas installation guide
A guide to the Australian Standards for installing commercial kitchens and appliances.
GIS 02: Hot-tapping of consumer piping
Gasfitters must apply to ESV for approval to carry out hot-tapping work.
GIS 03: Protection of Combustible Surfaces
How to meet Standards about protecting combustible surfaces.
GIS 04: Allowable leakage for existing standard installations operating at 1.13 kPa
All altered, repaired or extended gas installations must be tested for leakage.
GIS 07: Requirements for acceptance of high-pressure gas installations
There are extra requirements when installing high pressure gas installations.
GIS 10: Concealed locations for piping in high rise buildings
Gas installations in high rise buildings scan have extra requirements to meet Standards.
GIS 11: Portable heaters for use outdoors in public places
Portable gas heating for use outdoors and in public places.
GIS 14a: Purging Natural Gas Installation volumes between 0.03 m3 to 1.0 m3
How to meet Standards about purging natural gas (NG) installations.
GIS 14b: Purging Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG) Installations
How to meet Standards about purging liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) installations.
GIS 15: Non-combustible walls and commercial catering equipment
Walls behind commercial catering equipment must be checked to ensure they are not constructed from combustible materials.
GIS 18: Connecting commercial catering equipment
Using hose assemblies to install and connect commercial catering equipment.
GIS 19: Second-hand commercial catering equipment
Responsibilities of gasfitters and buyers about second-hand commercial catering equipment.
GIS 20: Over-pressure protection of LPG installations
Information about over-pressure protection for LPG installations.
GIS 22: Gas heating in hothouses and carbon dioxide dosing
Information about the controls required for working safely in hothouses where gas combustion products are present.
GIS 25: Domestic gas cooking appliance overhead clearances
Downward facing combustible surfaces need to meet new clearances from domestic gas cooking appliances, rangehoods and exhaust fans.
GIS 27: Dealing with a dangerous installation
ESV expects people to take action if they become aware of a dangerous gas installation.
GIS 30: Location of appliance isolating valves and consumer piping regulators
Information about the location of appliance isolating valves and consumer piping regulators.
GIS 33: Gas installation notification
Information to help gasfitters identify if they are doing a Standard or Complex gas installation.
GIS 36: Carbon monoxide alarms for domestic use
Information about carbon monoxide (CO) alarms and how to use them.
GIS 37: Carbon monoxide measuring equipment
Carbon monoxide (CO) measuring equipment can used to measure spillage from domestic gas appliances.
GIS 38: Testing for negative pressure & carbon monoxide spillage
Guidance for gasfitters testing for negative pressure and carbon monoxide (CO) spillage.
GIS 42: Hazardous Area Classification and Gas Installations covered by Gas Industry Codes
Hazardous Area Classification and Gas Installations covered by Gas Industry Codes.
GIS 44: Carbon Monoxide safe working level
Area classification and gas installations covered by Gas Industry Codes.
GIS 45: Performance-based design applications
Information about a performance-based design application when a proposed complex gas installation will vary from Australian Standard requirements.
GIS 48: Obtaining approval for an uncertified Type A gas appliance
How to get approval for an individual Type A gas appliance that is not certified under an authorised scheme.
GIS 51: Type B appliance energy efficiency information for licensed persons
How to identify where licensed people may influence the efficiency of Type B gas appliances.
GIS 52: Type B appliance energy efficiency opportunities
Consumers may take up energy efficiency opportunities using Type B gas appliances.
GIS 53: The suitability of reconstituted stone as a fire resistant facing material
Information about using a material like reconstituted stone as a fire resistant facing material.
GIS 54: Schedule 9 – additional information required for Type B appliance acceptance
Information about extra appliance-specific information that ESV requires when applying for acceptance of a Type B appliance.
GIS 57: Type A appliance service – your obligations under the Gas Safety Act
Information about the required scope of Type A appliance service work to meet obligations under the Gas Safety Act.
GIS 58: Type A appliance service – the quality and adequacy of air supply
Information about the quality and adequacy of air supply when doing gas servicing work on Type A appliances.
GIS 59: Type A appliance service – inspecting and servicing Type A appliances
Information Sheet about inspecting and servicing Type A appliances.
GIS 60: Schedule 8 requirements – Gas installation acceptance
In some cases, you may need to provide extra information with an application for acceptance of a gas application.
GIS 61: Clearances around high energy commercial catering equipment
Information about the required clearances around high energy commercial catering gas equipment.
GIS 62: Clearances to overhead filters and acceptable means to comply
How to measure and achieve compliant clearances between commercial catering appliances and grease filters installed in extraction canopies.
GIS 63: Performance-based design for consumer piping support systems
How to comply when designing a consumer piping support system that varies from 'means of compliance' requirements.
GIS 64: Schedule 6 – Applying for an Exemption
Information about exemptions under the Gas Safety (Gas Installation) Regulations 2018.
GIS 65: Isolation for gas installations in educational institutions
Requirements for gas installations in schools where there may be appliances without flame safeguard systems.
Negative pressure environments
What to do to avoid negative pressure which can make living spaces dangerous.
Rooming house gas safety checks
Regulations require that a gas safety check is conducted on a rooming house at least once every two years by a licensed gasfitter.
Date: 30/03/2023 19:56
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Reviewed 29 January 2023