NICEIC

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NICEICNational Inspection Council for Electrical Installation Contracting (UK)
NICEICNational Inspection Council for Electrical Installation Contractors (UK)
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Rachael Lea The bursary, which is now in its second year, forms part of NICEIC's wider 'Jobs for the Girls' campaign, which was set up in 2011.
Being accredited by NICEIC will further enhance our systematic and measurable approach towards operational excellence," said Greg Ward, MD, Transguard Group.
Transguard successfully navigated a rigorous assessment process conducted by a UK-based NICEIC qualified engineer, who evaluated numerous examples of completed electrical maintenance work.
It is of paramount importance that these buildings are maintained professionally, to ensure that they continue to provide safe and efficient offices and homes, that are fit for purpose, and do not pose a risk to residents or occupants," commented Eddie Arrowsmith, regional engineering manager of NICEIC's Middle East operations.
NICEIC website www.niceic.com is particularly useful because it has a Wall of Shame page, which lists electricians trying to pass themselves off as NICEIC members when they're not.
The NICEIC is a privately-owned body and is one of several providers given government approval to regulate the training and work of electrical enterprises, and offer competent person schemes to oversee electrical work within the electrical industry.
Electricians' regulator NICEIC estimates more than six million people have had to spend pounds 3.7billion fixing jobs which have been botched by cowboy traders.
This is why organisations such as the Chartered Institute of Plumbing and Heating Engineers (CIPHE), SummitSkills and NICEIC have campaigned for manufacturers to offer approved courses.
And with many choosing to tackle the kitchen first, the NICEIC - an independent voluntary electrical body - has produced a fact sheet to help people stay safe.
To be suitable, he or she must be able to provide a certificate and be registered by a body such as the NICEIC (The National Inspection Council For Electrical Installation Contracting).
The business is also aligning with international best practices, including NICEIC, BICSc and SFG20, and deploys CAFM systems across all projects.
CREATIVE communications agency RBH has created the first TV commercial in the 60-year history of electrical regulatory body NICEIC.