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Following the April introduction of the new Construction (Design and Management) Regulations (CDM) 2015, TrustMark is providing support and advice to help electricians comply with the significant health and safety requirements that now apply to all home improvements and building work. By James Hunt:
The MP for Gainsborough, Sir Edward Leigh, has pledged his support to enforcing the safety and compliance of renewable energy technologies in the UK. He has signed up to a campaign led by 4eco - a leading UK designer and manufacturer of microgeneration energy controllers. By James Hunt:
Thorn Lighting's range of over-the-counter products gets a vibrant new identity for 2015. Designed to grow and strengthen their wholesale business, they unveiled the new look for trade counters across the UK and Ireland last month.
Architectural and interior design practice, POST-OFFICE, had an interesting lighting challenge when the company was commissioned to design the new offices of Touch Digital in Shoreditch, London.
Most electrical contractors and installers will by now be aware (even if perhaps only dimly) of the ‘Internet of Things’, in which every device can communicate with every other for reasons good, dodgy or bad, but now comes the news that even a smart bed can ‘talk’ with devices – such as Philips’...
European association Eucolight has been established to give a voice to WEEE compliance schemes which specialise in managing the collection and recycling of lamps and luminaires.
A new IHS study finds that the market performance for medium-voltage (MV) motors is linked closely to the performance of its end-user industries and global economic conditions, so the forecast varies. Yet there will be an expected uptick in growth globally in the medium to long term. James Hunt...
The Approved Cables Initiative (ACI) is questioning awareness of changes under the revision of the Low Voltage Directive (LVD), under which importers and distributors have very clear responsibilities:
Electrical Safety First has taken its campaign for safer Scottish homes to the Scottish National Party (SNP) conference, which was held in Glasgow’s SECC at the end of March. James Hunt reports:
Steel giant Tata has been fined £200,000 after three workers sustained serious burns when a ladle holding 300 tonnes of molten steel became detached from a crane, spilling its white hot load, which then ignited the factory floor. A simple two-hour camera repair could have prevented this fire, the...

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