Mark Baker is to join Corgi as contract manager.

CORGI Technical Services appoints new contract manager

Published:  22 July, 2013

CORGI Technical Services has appointed Mark Baker to join the team as a contract manager.

Mr Baker has nearly 40 years of experience with British Gas, working in his final role as a regional technical manager for Central Heating Installations (CHI), providing a national link between the Business Integrity Unit and the CHI as part of the senior management team.

Mr Baker is a qualified and experienced CO incident investigator and has worked closely with the Health & Safety Executive, investigating incidents and preparing reports. With a detailed knowledge of standards, regulations and procedures within the gas industry, he has also trained, coached and assessed engineers, managers and team leaders within British Gas across the UK.

CORGI Technical Services works with local authorities, housing associations, private landlords, contractors, energy suppliers and the travel industry to support them with their gas safety obligations, compliance and continued improvement. CORGI delivers comprehensive site audits, training for employees, VRQ gas safety qualifications, legal advice and expert witness testimony.

Claire Heyes, joint chief executive of CORGI Technical Services, said: “Mark will provide dedicated support to our clients, managing contracts in the Midlands and South West. The breadth of his knowledge of gas safety issues will make him a valuable member of our team.

“His qualifications and experience will enable him to understand the day-to-day issues that confront our clients so that he can work with them to achieve the highest standards in gas safety. Mark is a very welcome addition to the CORGI Technical Services team.”

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