Tag Archives: electrical

Government announces mandatory electrical checks in the Private Rented Sector

The Government’s announcement that it will bring in mandatory electrical checks in the Private Rented Sector has been welcomed by...

Are installers missing a trick if they don’t have electrical qualifications?

As an established heating and plumbing installer, you may think you already have it all – loyal customers, a good...

The top 5 apps that will make electricians’ lives easier

Electricians are used to transporting a full toolbox from job to job, but increasingly the most important tool you’ll need...

New 0% finance package for electrical training

Electrical training specialist EC4U (Electrician Courses 4U), is now offering a 0% APR representative finance package on two domestic electrical training courses, ideal...

Medical conditions

Medical locations bring their own set of challenges for electrical engineers. Malcolm Doughton analyses the main requirements that set them...

The Electrical Safety Roundtable welcomes new search facility and mark

The Electrical Safety Roundtable (ESR) has welcomed the launch of a new search facility and mark – designed to provide...

Keeping it clear

Switch rooms are crucial to the operation and maintenance of electrical equipment in a building but are often located in...

How much should you charge for PAT testing?

When it comes to PAT testing, it is not so much about the charge, it is about the level of...

Universal socket-outlets could put convenience over safety

The impact of increased globalisation and travel, coupled with the amount of portable technology we now depend upon, has seen...

Conducting lessons

Conducting locations with restricted movement are classed as special locations as the risk of electric shock is greatly increased. Malcolm...