LPG compliance certificates and plates
Once your LPG installation is complete, your gas fitter must give you compliance documentation to show that the relevant regulations have been met.
Each state government regulates this differently, so the documentation you're given will depend on where you live. Here's a quick guide:
- Queensland – Certificate of Compliance
- NSW – compliance plate affixed to the installation or a Certificate of Inspection/Compliance
- ACT – compliance plate affixed to the installation
- Victoria – Certificate of Compliance
- South Australia – Certificate of Compliance
- Tasmania – LP Gas Storage Notice (also known as a Start Work Notice)
- Western Australia – Notice of Completion (NOC) and compliance badge
- Northern Territory – compliance plate affixed to the installation
It's important to keep these documents in a safe place. In some parts of Australia, your LPG supplier will need a copy of the document or your compliance number before they can deliver gas to you. If you've lost your compliance documentation, you can get a replacement from a licensed gas fitter.
Compliance requirements are regularly reviewed, and the acceptable standards can change. Make sure you let us know about any problems with pipework, regulators, appliances, or access to cylinders so we can guide you on what you need to do before your next LPG delivery.