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UK providers of Electrical Testing including Fixed Wire Testing, PAT Testing, Emergency Lighting Testing and Fire Alarm TestingWith over 25 years experience in compliance testing, Electrical Testers are among the very best people to help you with Electrical testing, Fire Safety Inspection and Testing.We also have considerable expertise in Remedial Works Contracting where we have a strong presence in the Social Housing mai.

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2013-11-03 22:41:10

Electrical Safety Management - IET publishes Code of Practice

IET has released a New Code of Practice that provides best practice guidance and a systematic method for understanding the management of an electrical system.The IET has identified that guidance to date has not been done so in a way that provides a process for managing electrical safety.The new Code of Practice (CoP) is there to help the user take a systematic approach to understand the management of different aspects of an electrical system for their organisation, the aim is to create and implement an effective electrical safety management system or enhance an existing system.The CoP applies to the buildings, facilities, equipment and environments including the industrial, commercial and the public sectors of different organisations.The code of practice is applicable various job functions that include the management of the safety of an electrical system.The publication is available to those who also wish to improve their knowledge of electrical safety.

2013-08-15 14:10:08

LED Products banned By EU Authorities

Twenty LED lighting products have been banned or recalled in the European Union so far this year due to risks of electric shock or fire.There are suggestions that this amount items identified is only the tip of the iceberg.Finland, spotted more than a third of the dangerous LED products dealt with in the whole of Europe – even though the country is home to barely one per cent of the EU’s population.The products affected included floodlights, retrofit lamps, linear fittings and torches. Most were made in China. In the majority of cases the products were ordered to be recalled and withdrawn from sale.The worst hit brand was China’s Jiage, which has had two of its LED torch products banned in Hungary because they could cause electric shocks, burns or fire.Even some well-known brands such as Philips, Sylvania and LED Hut have voluntarily recalled LED products on sale in the UK and Spain in the last few months due to safety fears.

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