Tony Cable and Darren Staniforth visit Peugeot to find out about the deals available for registered NICEIC contractors.
As well as offering a range of industry recognised schemes – some of which we’ve detailed below – NICEIC and ELECSA contractors can take advantage of the relationship the company has with vehicle manufacturer Peugeot. Tony and Darren also test drive the Peugeot 308 SW and the Peugeot Partner.
Some of the industry recognised NICEIC schemes
NICEIC offers a range of industry recognised schemes. The Approved Contractor Scheme is for electrical contractors undertaking design, installation, commissioning and maintenance of electrical installations to BS 7671.
The Domestic Installer Scheme helps installers comply with Part P. The scheme is designed for contractors solely looking to register domestic installation work in accordance with the Building Regulations. The scheme covers low or extra low voltage work including; Design, Installation and Certification.
The Competent Persons Scheme is for all building services installers to comply with Building Regulations. NICEIC can support contractors working across different building services sectors to notify work under the Building Regulations. The range of work covered includes: Electrical, Ventilation, Plumbing, Heating and Hot Water, and Microgeneration.
The Portable Appliance Testing (PAT) scheme from the NICEIC provides formal recognition of a firm’s ability to undertake PAT testing. The Electricity at Work Regulations 1989 requires that electrical equipment that has the potential to cause injury is maintained in a safe working order. PAT is the examination of electrical appliances to make sure they are safe to use.