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Electric Safety work practices are employed to prevent hazards that can cause burns, shocks and electrocution either directly or indirectly when work is performed on or near electrical equipment or circuits. Electricians carrying out work in England and Wales have to comply with Part P of the Building Regulations and in Scotland they have to comply with the Building Standards system.
Responding to today’s Westminster Hall debate on the safety of white goods and product recalls, Phil Buckle, Chief Executive of Electrical Safety First commented:
Since releasing the Electrical Installation Safety Record Summary (EISRS) earlier this year, NAPIT members across the country have been enjoying its benefits.
With the rise in smart devices, the Internet of Things (IoT) has started to make its way into homes across the world. Although estimates vary, it is likely that around 17 billion connected devices were being used globally last year and predictions suggest that this figure will grow fourfold by 20
Modular fire alarm control panel provides flexible solution for to improve safety and lower costs. Tyco Integrated Fire & Security today announced the launch of PROFILE Flexible, its most advanced range of modular fire alarm p
Leading UK designer and manufacturer of ventilation systems EnviroVent has announced that the company’s training centre in Harrogate has now become a fully accredited NICEIC Approved Training Centre.
Develop Training Ltd (DTL) held its first Authorising Engineer Forum at The Hawkhills Emergency Planning Centre in Easingwold near York on Friday 9 December.
Martindale Electric continues to lead the way in safe isolation with the addition of new professional electrical locking off devices and kits for miniature circuit breakers and fuse holders.
With more than 1,000 electricity-related accidents still reported every year, a new approach to training is vital to save lives, warns specialist training provider Develop Training Limited (DTL).
A smart home has become a reality for many people. As products have become more affordable, it is no longer just for the rich and famous. Home owners are up scaling their properties to benefit from the latest smart home systems, and they need someone to install these for them.
NAPIT have recently conducted training with Savills Lettings team in their latest efforts to educate industry stakeholders on electrical safety.
Electrical Safety in the Private Rented Sector is poor. In 2014, 16% of private rented sector tenants in England experienced problems with electrical hazards, which equates to nearly 1.5 million people living with unsafe electrics.
Electricity kills people every year and severely injures even more, causing thousands of pounds worth of damage to property from the resulting fires and explosions, warns Develop Training Limited (DTL), the UK’s leading accredited provider of complia
In an office environment it doesn’t take long for the work space to become cluttered, files stack up, boxes get put in piles and electrical cables suddenly resemble an uncontrollable spaghetti junction.