NICEIC moves into the United Arab Emirates

NICEIC has branched out its operations to include assessments of workers in the United Arab Emirates (UAE). Although it’s still early days for NICEIC in the Middle East, the organisation has already impressed several high-profile regional firms.
Mick Dalton, Director of FM at Meraas, is one proponent of the organisation’s work.
He said: “All FM companies in the Middle East, especially in the UAE, need to raise their game and train their technical staff to NICEIC standards to ensure staff are competent to do electrical work.”

Former England Manager Stuart Pearce tops the bill at Live South

Tickets are selling fast for what promises to be one of the biggest events in the electrical calendar, as the countdown to Live South begins. The award-winning conference and exhibition from NICEIC and ELECSA will return to Epsom Downs Racecourse on Thursday 18 May, featuring a range of star speakers, practical sessions and a chance to meet the industry’s leading suppliers all in one place.

31% of people admit they do not register an electrical appliance

Electrical Safety First has partnered with Beko Plc. UK to explore consumer attitudes around product registration. Research revealed that despite a number of high profile safety notices and product recalls issued last year, nearly half of all consumers who purchased an electrical item in the last 12 months did not register their purchase.

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