Qualifications

All of our engineers are qualified to City & Guilds standard as well as undergoing both our rigorous in-house induction and regular training seminars. This meets the requirements of the HSE and Insurance Companies.

We pride ourselves on our engineers being polite, friendly and professional at all times.

Portable Appliance Tests

  • All test engineers are qualified to a minimum City & Guilds 2377 part 2 Certificate of Portable Appliance Testing and Repairs and/or certified by the National Association for Professional Inspectors and Testers (NAPIT). This meets the standard requirement of the HSE, insurance companies etc.
  • The tests to the equipment shall be carried out in accordance with the “Code of Practice for In-service Inspection and Testing of Electrical Equipment” Second Edition, 2001 as published by the Institute of Electrical Engineers.

Periodic Inspection Reports

  • All test engineers are qualified to a minimum City & Guilds 2391 Level 3 Certificate in Inspection, Testing and Certification of Electrical Installations. This meets the standard requirement of the HSE, insurance companies etc.
  • The tests to the installation shall be carried out in accordance with the “Institute of Electrical Engineers 17th Edition Wiring Regulations (BS 7671:2004) Guidance Notes No. 3 Part 2.

Tests to the equipment shall be carried out in accordance with the "Code of Practice for In-service Inspection and Testing of Electrical Equipment" Second Edition, 2001 as published by the Institute of Electrical Engineers.

We are members of or have been approved by the following organisations:



SAFEcontractor - This is a contractor accreditation scheme that assesses the health & safety competency of contractors. Many large organisations now use Safecontractor as their primary means of selecting contractors. Safecontractor is effectively the clients approved contractor list.



Constructionline - Constructionline is the UK's register of pre-qualified local and national construction and construction-related contractors and consultants. Owned and endorsed by the Department for Business, Enterprise & Regulatory Reform (formerly the DTI), Constructionline is a contributor to the Rethinking Construction initiative.



CHAS - Over the years local authority health and safety and procurement professionals, with the support of the Health and Safety Executive, have developed the Contractor Health and Safety assessment scheme (CHAS). The scheme is available for use by any public and private sector organizations to use when shortlisting contractors, suppliers and consultants (companies) who apply to work for them. It provides information about the health and safety part of their application.

CRB

Criminal Records Bureau – Our engineers are CRB checked.

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