The new BEAMA RCD bulletin aims to help installers, specifiers and end users select appropriate residual current protection for specific applications. It addresses the selection and application of Type AC, A, F and B RCDs. Read more in the Members Area
“ From the preservation of life point of view, it could be argued, ‘fire-stopping’ is one of the most important aspects of any building services installation – be it concerning the typical components of an electrical services installation, such as cables, cable tray and other containments, or the more sizeable elements of a mechanical services […]
In the wake of the devastating Grenfell Tower disaster, CORGI Technical Services and the Association of Electrical Safety Managers (AESM) are working together to offer free, confidential support to local and national government organisations, to help avoid similar incidents in the future. Claire Heyes, CEO of CORGI Technical Services stated: “The terrible disaster at Grenfell […]
CORGI Technical Services are delighted to welcome Ryan Dempsey MIET to our growing team as Director of Electrical Safety. Ryan has a wealth of experience in the electrical industry. He started off his career in the Royal Navy and eventually went on to work for Leeds City Council as their Electrical Services Manager for 5 […]
New! Electrical Safety Management in Social Housing manual published exclusively by the AESM. The essential guide for electrical compliance professionals working within Social Housing. FREE copy available when you enrol on the Level 4 VRQ Certificate in Electrical Safety Management in Social Housing or join the AESM as a Corporate Member. Retail value £25.
AESM is delighted to announce support from BEAMA. Over the past year, BEAMA has held a number of discussions with the AGSM about the proposal to launch an equivalent association for electrical safety, targeting managers in the social housing sector. The new Association of Electrical Safety Managers (AESM) was launched late last year and […]
A stonemasonry company in Perth has been fined after an apprentice stonemason was seriously injured from contact with an overhead power line. Perth Sheriff Court heard how 20 year old apprentice Rodd McFarlane was working for T& M Stonemasonry, carrying out repairs at Waulkmill Cottage in Perth. During this work, McFarlane erected a tower scaffold […]