* 1. How often should your gas appliances be tested?

* 2. Do you have a Gas Safety Certificate for your home?

* 3. Is your landlord responsible for all the gas appliances in the property?

* 4. When an engineer comes to your home to carry out work on your gas appliances, do you check their credentials before you let them carry out the work?

* 5. What Qualifications does your gas engineer have to have by law?

* 6. Do you have a working smoke alarm?

* 7. Should your landlord provide you with a carbon monoxide (CO) alarm?

* 8. Do you know three signs of carbon monoxide poisoning?

* 9. Who is ultimately responsible for gas safety in your home?

* 10. What should you do if you can smell gas in or around your home?

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