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Category: Regulations

What is the Current Standard for Electrical Installations in Britain

The current standard for electrical installations in Britain is BS 7671: 2008 Requirements for Electrical Installations (IEE Wiring Regulations 17th Edition). These regulations came into effect on 1 July 2008. Installations designed after 30 June 2008 are to comply with BS 7671: 2008. Installations designed to BS 7671:2001 prior to 1st July 2008 can be…

Certification of Construction (SELECT)

The Scottish Government Building Standards Division runs the online Certification Register. This is the only authentic source of information on all approved certifiers. The Register is used to find firms that employ at least one Approved Certifier offering certification services in your local authority area. The Register is also used by Building Standards Surveyors to…

NICEIC Scottish Building Regulations

NICEIC’s Certification of Construction Scheme is designed to enable registered contractors to comply with and work without hindrance under the Scottish Building Regulations governing electrical installation in dwellings. You can find NICEIC’s rules relating to registration for certification of electrical installations HERE

Electrotechnical Certification Scheme Health and Safety

The ECS Health & Safety Assessment ensures that all SELECT members are competent in health and safety issues within the work place. All of Pulse Electrical’s electricians have passed this assessment. This gives our customers the confidence that all work will be carried out safely.

Periodic Inspection Report

Electrical Inspection and Testing Also known as Periodic Inspection, which is an inspection on the condition of an existing electrical installation, to identify any deficiencies against the current electrical safety standard for installations. A periodic inspection will: Reveal if any of your electrical circuits or equipment is overloaded Find any potential electrical shock risks and…