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Leading consumer protection charity, Electrical Safety First, has launched a new Alexa app, to help slash the number of electrical fires in UK homes.
Get ready for one of the major events in the industry calendar: Electrical Safety First’s 11th annual product safety conference. This year’s theme is Think Like a Consumer – Behaviour-led insights for Safer Products, which will be held at Church House, Westminster, on Thursday 28th November.
Clare Adamson, Convener of Holyrood’s Cross Party Group on Accident Prevention and Safety has become the latest member of the Scottish Parliament to back the campaign to regulate electricians for Electrical Safety and supports SELECT, the electrotechnical trade association, for raising awareness
New data from all England and Wales fire and rescue services, the National Fire Survey 2019, has revealed that Greater London had the most fires in factories and warehouses at 180 from April 2015 to October 2018.
Commenting on the recent report into product safety and electrical goods from the government’s Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS), Martyn Allen, Technical Director of Electrical Safety First, said.
With today’s publication of the Government’s report into Electrical Safety in the Private Rented Sector, consumer group Electrical Safety First has hit out at the lack of Government action.
Electrical Safety First calls on government to provide extra protection against electrical fire risks in tower blocks
A leading safety charity thinks you might be surprised. Did you know you could be safer living in Scotland’s Private Rented Sector (PRS) than in social housing – or even in your own home?
Five hundred and fifty apprentice electricians and adult trainees in Scotland will get a safe start to their careers - thanks to Electrical Safety First and the Scottish Electrical Charitable Training Trust (SECTT), who are providing them with free lockout ki
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: