RaymonD wrote:Why would he be in danger of losing his license for work carried out under his supervision ?
Raymond, that's the point. You haven't stated that your work was carried out under the gasfitter's supervision.
. If not, then presumably as others have pointed out, the gasfitter shouldn't certify the work as they hadn't supervised
RaymonD wrote:So tell me, what about the 100's if not 1000's of motorhomes and caravans that are on the road that have been home built or rebuilt pre the change in regulations that were forced upon us Kiwi DIY's. are they now illegal,
I don't know the answer, in the sense as to whether or not installations done before the change in 2013 have to be retrospectively certified; I suspect not, but I'd check with the relevant agency (but see below).
Minnie wrote:Any gasfitting carried out after April 2010 has been required to be carried out by a person authorised by the PGDB
Seems clear enough - if the fitting was done prior to 04/13 that requirement doesn't apply.
Minnie wrote:Up to July 2013, there was an exemption from the need for certification for <15 kg installations.
And with this limited exemption.
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