This Gas Safety Assessment is designed to test the gas safety competence of a operative in core commercial catering gas work by practical and knowledge and understanding assessment.
This Gas Safety Assessment comprises of 12 Core Competences:
- Gas Safety Legislation
- Gas Emergency Actions and Procedures
- Characteristics of Combustion
- Installation of Pipework and Fittings
- Soundness Testing between Appliance Isolation Valve & Appliance Operating Taps for Pipework Volume up to 0.15m3
- Checking and/or Setting Meter Regulators
- Identification of Unsafe Situations and the Use of Emergency Isolation Controls and Valves
- Checking and Setting Appliance Burner Pressures
- The Operation and Checking of Appliance Gas Safety Devices and Controls
- Re-establish Existing Gas Supply and Relight Appliances
Range of appliances covered – All Commercial Catering Gas Fittings
Please also refer to CODC1 which carries the same authorisations as CCCN1, but is designed for Candidates holding Domestic Core or Non-Domestic Core qualifications.
Non-Domestic Catering Appliances, COMCAT 1 & 3, are automatically included in this course.
ACS Commercial Catering
CCCN1 – Core commercial catering gas safety
COMCAT1 – Open/solid top ranges
COMCAT2 – Water boilers pressure or expansion
COMCAT3 – Deep fat & pressure fryers
COMCAT4 – Fish & chip ranges
COMCAT5 – Forced draught burner appliances
CODC1 – Domestic to commercial catering core safety changeover
COCATA – Domestic to commercial appliances changeover
ACS Commercial Catering
Boiling burners open / solid top ranges, boiling table, stockpot stoves, hotplates
Warming plates, bain-marie, hot cupboards, combination ovens,
Forced convection ovens, natural convection ovens direct / semi / indirect
Combined gas microwave ovens, ancillary equipment
Water boiler pressure type or expansion type, water boilers,
Boiling pans direct / indirectly heated, pressure streamers, bulk liquid and
Jacketed urns, gas-fired dish washers, pressurised steaming ovens
Deep fat and pressure fryers, bratt pans, griddles, grills over – and under – fired
Simulated charcoal grills, salamander grills, ancillary equipment
For course costs and to confirm course availability, please contact the office on 0800 289 654.
Category 1 Candidates who wish to renew their CCCN1 qualification.
Category 1 Candidates who have allowed their qualification to lapse for more than 12 months and Category 2 Candidates may also access this course.
Experienced Gas Engineers who hold a current Domestic Core and/or Non-Domestic Core qualification who wish to obtain or renew CCCN1 should opt for the shorter CODC1 course.
As an alternative to CCCN1, Category 2 Candidates could complete CCN1 Domestic Core then progress to CODC1 Change-over Domestic Core to Commercial Catering Gas Safety.