Carolyn Mason, Head of Education and Training at the Electrical Contractors' Association (ECA), has welcomed a report from the National Audit Office (NAO) on the Government's proposals for apprenticeships.
The Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents (RoSPA) says, based upon government statistics, that around 300,000 people are hurt in their gardens each year seriously enough to go to hospital, and roughly 110,000 of these are children. Of the total, around 87,000 are injured gardening or carrying out garden DIY jobs. Now, Electrical Safety F...
John asks this question, which concerns whether RCBOs should replace MCBs in a particular electrical installation, and what Code to specify on the Electrical Condition Installation Report (ECIR). It has been answered by SELECT (Theme – Regulations and Legislation):
How will new technologies drive business success for electrical contractors in the new economy? In fact, are they doing so already? New research carried out by Voltimum manufacturing partner, Schneider Electric, shows that most are using digital communications technologies to real business advantage. By James Hunt:
The Electrical Contractors’ Association (ECA) has welcomed the LGA procurement strategy and now that Parliament has resumed after the summer recess will be pressing for such recommendations to become legislation.
Graham asks this question, which concerns street lights to be mounted on a building’s external walls, the feed to it and the responsibilities. It has been answered by SELECT (Theme – Regulations and Legislation):