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NICEIC’s Approved Contractor Scheme is designed to maintain and publish a register of electrical contractors that have been assessed against a specific set of competency requirements, in particular the national electrical safety standard BS 7671 the IEE Wiring Regulations.

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NICEIC’s Part P Domestic Installer Scheme registers installers to Full Scope or Defined Competence for domestic electrical installation work in accordance with Part P Building Regulations. The scheme covers design, installation, inspection and testing and certification of electrical work associated with dwellings, intended to operate at low or extra low voltage.

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CHAS is established as the market leader for health and safety pre-qualification in the UK. It is available to suppliers (those who provide goods and services) and to organisations (buyers) looking for suitably competent suppliers.

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The Government’s independent and national register for suppliers – owned and endorsed by the Department for Business, Enterprise and Regulatory Reform (formerly the DTI). A database of approved suppliers across many industries including electrical contractors.

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DVTEL was founded in 2000 and has evolved from a single product manufacturer to a global provider of video surveillance products and solutions. Today, DVTEL plays a crucial role in the surveillance and protection of premises, people and infrastructure around the world.

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For positions involving work with children and vulnerable adults, an Enhanced Disclosure CRB Check will be required. This is to ensure that anyone who presents a known risk to vulnerable groups is prevented from working with them.

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The International Powered Access Federation (IPAF) promotes the safe and effective use of powered access worldwide. Set up in 1983, IPAF is a not-for-profit members’ organisation that represents the interests of manufacturers, distributors, users, rental and training companies. It serves as a forum for all active in the world of powered access. IPAF has played a key role in promoting many of the design, safety and testing procedures that are now established in the powered access industry.

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All users of mobile access towers are required to have had appropriate training for their safe assembly, alteration, dismantling or relocation. This is a requirement of the 2005 Working at Height Regulations.

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The Electrical Safety Register has been created by the leading organisations dedicated to the electrical contracting industry and electrical safety, the Electrical Contractors Association (ECA) and the Electrical Safety Council (ESC). This is your one-stop shop to finding a local registered electrician.

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Intelligent access control systems are needed to protect highly sensitive operational areas. An intelligent access control system should provide access to authorised personnel, but prohibit entry of unauthorised persons. Intelligent access control provides protection for your facilities and buildings. The Paxton Access range also includes Energy saving devises. This will allow the user to access a room or area of a building plus activate lights, air conditioning or heating.