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An enhancement to CP12 Gas Safety Certificate Expiry Dates

27th Jul 2020

We have made some enhancements in simPRO to ensure your records remain compliant and accurate in response to the adjustments in UK legislation around Gas Safety Certificates.

Following an update to UK legislation that stipulates how early a gas appliance can be tested before its due date, we have made an improvement to the way expiry dates work on these certificates.

CP12 certificate illustration

A new certificate expiry date field

To assist you with keeping assets for your customers Gas Safe compliant we have added a new certificate expiry date field to the already existing CP12 Landlord Gas Safety Certificate within simPRO.

This field will automatically populate to a date that is determined by the below rules.

Asset test date Populated due date on CP12 in simPRO
Asset is serviced within 2 months before due date The certificate expiry date will be 12 months from the system service level due date
Asset is serviced on the due date The certificate expiry date will be 12 months from the system service level due date
Asset is serviced outside the 2 month period or later than the due date The certificate expiry date will be 12 months from the date the service was performed

Keep your records accurate

This enhancement to the Landlord Gas Safety Certificate in simPRO means that you can have the peace of mind knowing your records remain compliant and accurate.

A part of the Maintenance Planner add-on

This functionality is one of the many benefits that you receive from the simPRO Maintenance Planner add-on. This add-on allows you to enhance your preventative maintenance service delivery with simPRO so you can improve your business’ level of oversight on asset maintenance.

For more information about the Maintenance Planner add-on and the update to Landlord Safety Certificates, check out our resources on the simPRO Learning Toolbox and the Help Guide.

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