Best Practice Guides from Electrical Safety First

Electrical Safety First produces, in association with other industry bodies, a range of Best Practice Guides which provide definitive information and guidance on a range of technical subjects. 

Recognition of Electricians as a Profession

NICEIC and SELECT have issued a joint statement supporting new regulations to help consumers and competent qualified electricians in Scotland. The long-running campaign for Recognition of Electricians as a Profession has been endorsed by Kevan Parker, Managing Director of NICEIC and Alan Wilson, Managing Director of SELECT. The joint statement says that new regulations such […]

Hackitt – Building Safety Consultation Announced

Below is a communication from Victoria Moffett, Grenfell Programme Lead at the National Housing Federation, following a consultation report from the Government based on the Hackitt review.  ———————————————————————————————————— Today the Government published its consultation, Building a Safer Future: Proposals for Reform of the Building Safety Regulatory System. About the consultation This is a major consultation […]

Electrical Auditors required throughout the UK

CORGI Technical Services are seeking experienced Electrical Auditors throughout the UK The ideal candidates will possess as a minimum: Time served electrician qualifications – City & Guilds Part 1 and Part 2 or equivalent (preferably via an apprentice route/scheme) 18th Edition Regulations C&G or equivalent e.g. City & Guilds 2382-18 Level 3 Award in Requirements […]

Regulator of Social Housing (RSH) Letter to CEOs

Please be aware the following letter has been sent to CEOs of social housing providers and supports our work around tenants’ safety obligations. It can help in your role to raise important health and safety issues. Regulator of Social Housing Letter

AESM supports the campaign for ‘protection of title’ for Electricians

There is an argument that, just as in the gas industry, electrical installations and installers should be regulated for the safety of consumers. Currently, without any professional training or qualification, anyone can call themselves an electrician. They can advertise and carry out work, potentially threatening lives and property without any fear of action. Government statistics […]

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