Over half of all accidental house fires are caused by electricity. And nine out of ten electrical fires are caused by electrical products.
During Electrical Fire Safety Week, Electrical Safety First work closely with Fire & Rescue Services across the UK to raise awareness of electrical fire risks and the simple steps that people can take to avoid a devastating fire in their homes.
Electrical Safety First campaigns offer general safety messages as well as focusing on areas in the home and specific types of product that offer a particular risk.
Calling all electrical apprentices – be part of the Electrical Apprentice of the Year Competition for a chance of winning fantastic prizes and an industry recognised title.
More than 350 electrical students across the UK have already taken part in the first stage of the competition, an online exam comprising of 40 multiple choices questions, as they bid to be crowned this year’s The Electrical Apprentice of the Year.
The event attracts an extensive range of delegates from throughout the supply chain, in addition to key stakeholders and related organisations. These include representatives from government departments, manufacturers, retailers and importers, to lawyers, test houses and fire and rescue services - as well as Trading Standards and safety professionals.
Certsure, the organisations that operates the NICEIC and ELECSA brands, has raised £26,000 for Alzheimer’s Research UK (ARUK). In September 2017, Certsure employees chose to partner with ARUK, Europe’s leading dementia research
The new office, which is based in Abergavenny, is ready to start trading from 14th October. Michael and Tracy will be joined by one other fully qualified electrician, providing electrical solutions for homes and businesses in all aspects of electrical repair, installation and energy saving, including electric vehicle car-charging points.
A new support and advice group for trades people in the UK. The idea is for EVERY member to share tips and advice on all aspects of online marketing. The aim is help each other so we can all learn how to attract more business and generate more leads.
Commenting on the recent debate on product safety and the Whirlpool recall in the Scottish Parliament, Wayne Mackay of leading consumer protection charity, Electrical Safety First, said: “We are delighted that Scotland’s Minister for Business, Fair Work and Skills, Jamie Hepburn MSP, supported our call for a central product recall database to be established as quickly as possible. And has committed to raising the issue with the UK Government.
|Title||Main Telephone Number|
|NICEICfirstname.lastname@example.org||0870 013 0382|
|NAPITemail@example.com||0345 543 0330|
|ELECSAfirstname.lastname@example.org||0333 321 8220|
|BSIemail@example.com||0845 086 9001|
|BESCAfirstname.lastname@example.org||0800 652 5533|