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Electrical Trade News from around the UK.
With the requirement for certificated products since the Grenfell Tower disaster, Securefast based in Cannock, Staffordshire, have seen an increase in sales for their electro-magnetic locks, with many clients, contractors and door manufacturers requesting the correct fire test and performance tes
A solution has been found for electrical contractors with pickups who worry over the safety of expensive tools and equipment kept in the vehicle on-site or overnight.
The leading provider of electrical safety training, digital solutions and consultancy services to the global energy, renewables, power and grid, and maritime industries, Trainor, has secured new investment from EV Private Equity to support its ambitious international expansion plans.
Alcohol-based hand sanitisers, used in the fight against COVID-19, are potentially flammable and pose safety risks if used in the wrong working
The benefits of a lasting power of attorney (LPA) have been well documented, allowing an individual to nominate someone to take decisions on their behalf, if they become incapacitated in some way.
There is no question the coronavirus pandemic has been tough for the trade, with many suffering delays and cancellations to jobs.
The tradesperson industry is set to be among the least affected type of local business by a reduction in consumer spending over the next 12 months as a result of the Coronavirus pandemic.
Delta-EE, the specialist new energy market research consultancy, has released its UK electric vehicle, EV charging forecast, which shows the market is set for 29% year-on-year growth in charge point sales through to 2030, despite COVID-19’s impact on new ve
A street furniture manufacturer has designed a hands-free, mechanical, hand sanitiser dispenser for use in offices, factories, schools, shopping centres and even public realm areas such as high streets and parks.
Today, the British Ports Association issued a new report, “Reducing Emissions from Shipping in Ports: Examining the Barriers to Shore Power,” calling for