Electrical Safety

November 10, 2019 dbrown

Electrical hazards are very real and that’s why there are many safety regulations in place which electricians need to be well versed in. The most important work of the electrician is to carry out safety checks.

We work in varied environments mainly critical and/or hazardous, working on a range of different types of buildings or applications, it’s imperative that we understand the regulations relative to the building, structure and installation we are working on.

A large part of an electrician’s job is identifying, diagnosing and evaluating defects and problems. In many of these cases, the cause of the problem may not be readily apparent, and this is one reason why electricians use so many diagnostic tools.

TechProServ™ competency is formed by many years of experience, qualifications and certification relevant to electrical safety management. This competency is accredited via Napit (National Association of Professional Inspectors and Testers) whom are a leading Government approved and United Kingdom Accreditation Service (UKAS) accredited membership scheme operators in the building services and fabric sector.

Whilst Napit ensure safe compliance and practices, we also attain associated health and safety bodies specific to electrical contracting. These include CHAS (The Contractors Health and Safety Assessment Scheme, Safe Contractor (Health and Safety Accreditation) and Alcumus Gold Construction Line (Health and Safety Accreditation).  These demonstrate to clients that we meet specific standards of health and safety.

We are committed to providing the best quality service and invest into compliance, health and safety.  If you are looking for a trusted partner for your mechanical and electrical works please contact us. Contact form below.

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