DIY SOS Regular to head up NICEIC Live North Conference

Sustainable architect and TV presenter Charlie Luxton will be the keynote speaker at this year’s NICEIC and ELECSA Live North event.
Luxton, who regularly appears on BBC TV’s DIY SOS will be discussing the impact of architectural design developments on the electrical industry. Attendees will also be able to get up to speed on what the third amendment of BS 7671 might mean for them with talks from Tony Cable and Darren Staniforth – as well as the IET’s Mark Coles.
Now in its third year, Live North is being held at a new venue, Aintree Racecourse, Liverpool, on 27 November.

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ESR Urge Main Political Parties to back Home Safety Electrical MOTs

An industry group that brings senior executives together to promote electrical safety has urged the main political parties to include provisions in their 2015 election manifestos to improve safety in the home by introducing and tightening up requirements for specific home safety checks.
The call, from the Electrical Safety Roundtable (ESR), came during Labour and Conservative party conference fringe events, hosted by the prominent electrical industry group. It focused on taking a fresh look at safety in the home by introducing the concept of the home safety MOT.

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