Are you doing everything within your means to make sure your catering business is gas safe? Find out what the law says about gas safety in mobile catering businesses and complete the NCASS gas safety checklist to keep those around you safe when it comes to gas safety.

If there’s any gas safety information you need but you can’t find it here, please don’t hesitate to give the NCASS Support Team a call on to get your questions answered.

Getting gas safety right in your food business

New LPG safety initiative from The Nationwide Caterers Association (NCASS)


We regularly encounter issues with LPG and have concerns about its use. As the outdoor hospitality & mobile sectors continue to grow, so does the use of LPG and consequently the challenges surrounding its safety.

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Gas Safety Checklist Dos & Don’ts


Do you know exactly what you’re doing when it comes to gas safety? Keep your staff, your customers and yourself safe by making sure you’re doing everything the right way with this handy guide.

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LPG Gas Safety Week 2023


Read our article on LPG Gas Safety Week 2023 and see what we’re doing to try raise the standards of LPG safety within the catering industry.



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What The Law Says


Find out what the law says about mobile caterers using LPG and make sure you’re compliant.



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NCASS Partner: Hamilton Gas Products


Specialising in LPG, they are able to provide advice and technical support to NCASS members on what equipment you need to be using to operate safely.

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How To Find Engineers


There are several dos and don’ts when it comes to finding Gas Safe engineers.

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Why does gas safety matter?

An LPG cylinder is effectively a bomb waiting to go off. Failing to take gas safety seriously runs the risk of causing disastrous and potentially major incidents.

There have been several fires and gas explosions reported recently in outside catering units, particularly gazebos, stalls and tented structures. Doubtless many others have gone unreported as well.

When you run a mobile catering business you accept the responsibility to do your utmost to keep everyone around you as safe as you possibly can. That means looking after your customers, your staff and, of course, yourself with appropriate and recommended gas safety practices.