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  • Electrical Industries Charity Supports Apprentices

    Apprentices gain access to help and support thanks to the Electrical Industries Charity, JTL and the Scot ...

    Apprentices gain access to help and support thanks to the Electrical Industries Charity, JTL and the Scottish Electrical Charitable Training Trust. The Electrical Industries Charity has teamed up with ...

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  • ECA’s Incoming President Calls for Change

    The soon-to-be ECA President is calling on the government to support the future of engineering. Dave Kief ...

    The soon-to-be ECA President is calling on the government to support the future of engineering. Dave Kieft, Director and co-owner of RDM Electrical and Mechanical Services, will take the lead of the E ...

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  • ECIC on the Insurance Act 2015

    ECIC highlights new duties for contractors and insurers as they get set to benefit from the Insurance Act ...

    ECIC highlights new duties for contractors and insurers as they get set to benefit from the Insurance Act 2015. With seven months to go until the new Insurance Act of 2015 comes into force – 12th Augu ...

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  • IET Wiring Regulation Changes

    Collaboration across the electrical and fire safety industry has led to some potentially life-saving chan ...

    Collaboration across the electrical and fire safety industry has led to some potentially life-saving changes to consumer units, as Charlie Pugsley, Group Manager of London Fire Brigade’s Fire Investig ...

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  • NICEIC Launches Online CDM Course

    NICEIC's online course will help contractors understand their responsibilities around CDM requirements. P ...

    NICEIC's online course will help contractors understand their responsibilities around CDM requirements. Previously, CDM (Construction, Design and Management) requirements were more relevant to larger ...

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  • AXA Talks up the Trade

    New research from AXA Insurance finds tradesmen and women are underrated by their customers and suffer fr ...

    New research from AXA Insurance finds tradesmen and women are underrated by their customers and suffer from unfavourable typecasting. Despite acknowledging positive personal experiences, 60% of people ...

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  • Big Dreams With Electrical Industries Charity

    The Electrical Industries Charity is delighted to be helping a young electrician in fulfilling his dream ...

    The Electrical Industries Charity is delighted to be helping a young electrician in fulfilling his dream of becoming an engineer. Brendan Moseley, who is currently at Huddersfield University studying ...

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  • Hager Meets Electrician’s Demands

    The power of Hager’s award-winning social media network strikes again, helping an electrician receive sto ...

    The power of Hager’s award-winning social media network strikes again, helping an electrician receive stock of his preferred model of Amendment 3 consumer units. Nigel Critten (pictured), proprietor a ...

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  • TrustMark Launches Consumer Protection Payment Service

    TrustMark’s new consumer protection payment service sees the end of rogue traders ...

    TrustMark’s new consumer protection payment service sees the end of rogue traders ...

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  • DHF Warns Powered Gate Installers

    Electricians who carry out work on powered gates run the risk of criminal prosecution under health and sa ...

    Electricians who carry out work on powered gates run the risk of criminal prosecution under health and safety legislation - even if the wiring and other electrical work undertaken follows the regulati ...

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