Certsure makes extra commitment to customers

Certsure has joined the likes of BMW, Virgin and Sainsbury’s by successfully becoming a member of the Institute of Customer Services. (ICS) - ICS is a membership organisation that works with brands to improve the overall customer experience. It provides an individual assessment of an organisation’s culture and approach to customer service.
Kate Birtles, Director of Customer Experience at Certsure, which operates the NICEIC and ELECSA brands, commented: “This is our commitment to deliver an ongoing, improved service.

North East Observation

At North East Observation we can help anyone who is responsible for the safety of electrical equipment within their business fulfil their obligations under the Law! PAT testing legislation was put into effect to ensure that all companies adhere to the various legislation. e.g. Health and Safety at Work Act of 1974, Electricity at Work Regulations of 1989, Provision and Use of Work Equipment regulations of 1998 and the Management of Health and Safety at Work regulations of 1999.

G L Electrical Services

With over 20 years of experience GL Electrical Services can provide and friendly and professional service in the domestic, commercial and industrial industries.
Offering electrical safety certificates, extra sockets or lights to complete rewires.
Niceic registered and fully insured.
Call Gary for a free no obligation quote on 07711843600

On the Tools Awards Launched

‘On the Tools’ is now the largest online construction community in the UK with a Facebook following of more than 1.5 million. The annual ‘On the Tools’ awards are going to be here before we know it. We are delighted to have Jewson as our headline sponsor for the second year in a row. This year’s entries have now been shortlisted by our expert judges and many categories are now in the hands of the public vote. We want to ensure that your favourite brands and talented tradespeople are recognised for their input over the past twelve months.

Rogue builder prosecuted for mis-using NICEIC logo

A rogue builder, who falsely claimed to be NICEIC registered, faces a possible jail sentence after deceiving customers out of thousands of pounds. Umran Suleman, from Blackburn, pleaded guilty to 17 charges under trading standards regulations, some in his own name and some in the name of U & A Drylining Limited.
He was committed on bail to Preston Crown Court to be sentenced. District Judge Michael Hopkinson, who heard the case, said he had no doubt the offences merited a custodial sentence.
He said: "The public deserve protection from people like you.