Over the past 20 years Electrical Testers have been accredited with most of the relevant electrical, health & safety and fire standards active in the UK. We thought it may be helpful to include details of some of these accreditations below.
Elogbooks covers every aspect of facilities and service management, identifying and evaluating service providers on behalf of their clients across all industry sectors, helping clients to ensure they are receiving the very best service and value for money from their service providers. They recruit and accredit only the very best service providers across all facilities management sectors and match accredited service providers to clients, based on a precise and exacting specification from commercial clients who require exceptional service
CHAS – The Contractors Health and Safety Assessment Scheme
CHAS is established as the market leader for health and safety pre-qualification in the UK. It is a non-commercial scheme available to suppliers (those who provide goods and services) and to organisations (buyers) looking for suitably competent suppliers.
Constructionline is proven to deliver for public and private sector organisations alike. Their service is recommended by the OGC Common Minimum Standards and The Local Government Task Force.
Founded over 100 years ago, the Electrical Contractors’ Association (ECA) is the UK’s largest and leading trade association representing electrical, electronic, installation engineering and building services companies. They work closely with government and key national bodies to improve industry standards and procedures.
ELECSA provides inspection, assessment and certification services to contractors working with electrical installations in private dwellings.
The Fire Protection Association is the UK’s national fire safety organisation, one of 28 similar national bodies worldwide. It was established in 1946 and has strong support from the insurance industry, primarily through the Association of British Insurers and Lloyd’s.
NQA is a leading assessment, verification and certification body and works in partnership with a wide range of businesses, government departments and charitable organisations to help improve performance in quality, environment and health and safety management. We hold ISO 9001:2015 compliance
All electrical work within a domestic setting must comply with Part P of the Building Regulations in England and Wales introduced on 1 January 2005., which are legally enforceable. One way of achieving this is to apply British Standard BS 7671 (the “Wiring Regulations”), including carrying out adequate inspection and testing to this standard of the completed works.
Safecontractor is an accreditation scheme that assesses the health & safety competency of contractors and service providers. Many large organisations now use Safecontractor as their primary means of selecting contractors.
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