Aico facilitated a panel discussion on the LACORS (Local Authorities Coordinators of Regulatory Services) guidance document, in partnership with the NRLA (National Residential Landlords Association).
Mark Froggatt – Technical director
In a world reliant so heavily on data, poor quality and non-compliant data cables can have a catastrophic impact on the end user. It is crucial that structured cabling systems can accommodate data demand both now and, in the future.
As part of their ongoing support to Willowdene Rehabilitation, Aico have facilitated the redecoration of the reception area of the facility and the production of a corporate brochure.
A good cable is designed and manufactured to exacting specifications and performance standards. Independent third-party product approval and certification, by organisations such as the British Approvals Service for Cables (BASEC), acts to add value to verify compliance.
The next online Recolight panel discussion is scheduled for 6 November at 11:00. This discussion follows on from the three Lighting & the Circular Economy webinars hosted by Recolight this year. The discussion will tackle a key issue for sustainability in the lighting sector:
Fire protection solutions manufacturer, Advanced, has launched EvacGo, its evacuation alert system designed to meet the recommendations of BS 8629:2019, relating to buildings containing flats with a storey over 18 metres above ground level.
Recolight, the UK’s leading lighting WEEE compliance scheme has announced a major milestone having funded the recycling of a third of a billion fluorescent & LED lamps and luminaires since the WEEE regulations were implemented in 2007.
Electricians that are tidy, professional, punctual, friendly and courteous have the best chance of earning themselves a five-star customer review, new research shows.
COOLAIR Equipment Limited, the nation’s leading air-conditioning specialists, have raised more than £2,500 for frontline key workers at their annual ‘Nick Parker’ Golf Day.
Leading cable testing and certification provider, BASEC extends their cable testing and certification offering by investing in new service capabilities for data communications market.
Aico have launched the fifth edition of their highly sought-after Electrical Contractors Handybook. Following on from the previous edition being designed with the customer in mind, the fifth edition compliments the new design with a wealth of extra features.
Makita UK has launched a new and improved collection of belts and pouches to its extensive and popular range of accessories. The newly designed range makes it even easier for tradespeople to safely and easily store and transport their tools and accessories.
ISO certification reassures customers that a company is committed to working to certain high standards. This couldn’t be more important than in the electrical trade. FInd out how ISO certification could benefit your electrical business and your customers too.
Aico are proud to announce their partnership with the Scottish Electrical Charitable Training Trust (SECTT). This collaboration will see Aico deliver Fire Industry Association accredited CPD training to apprentices throughout Scotland.
As part of a new campaign to increase support to the Fire and Rescue service, Aico are offering free support in the form of CPD training and the use of their facilities to each of the 52 Fire and Rescue Brigades in the UK.