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This is a 5-day course aimed at all those working inthe fire protection or alarm system industry. The course explains the methodologies of fire riskassessment techniques and their application andprovides guidance on the practical aspects ofcarrying out a fire risk assessment
This is a 5-day course aimed at all those working inthe fire protection or alarm system industry. The course explains the methodologies of fire riskassessment techniques and their application andprovides guidance on the practical aspects ofcarrying out a fire risk assessment
An assessment route that enables experienced workers to qualify to Level 3 NVQ standard has been launched by the Joint Industry Board (JIB):
A one day course for electrical contractors - explains how to do a risk assessment and write a method statement.
Especially designed for the Electrical Contractor, this course gives practical advice on the principles of Risk Assessment and Method Statements
Leading electrical training company JTL has commissioned its own AM2 Facility at its recently opened centre for excellence in Birmingham. There are not many such facilities in the Midland region, so it should be of real interest in the area. James Hunt reports:
The leading marine certification body has given its approval to safety product designed to reduce arcing times to prevent major hazards and minimise equipment damage:
New research from Electrical Safety First found that 21 million people would happily use an online ‘tutorial’ or ‘how to’ video to carry out home improvement – even if they lack the necessary experience[1].
Streetlights already ‘buzz’ with electric power, so it makes sense to use them also to charge up electric vehicles (EVs). Car manufacturer BMW certainly believes so and has launched a street lighting system equipped with charger to keep EVs topped up when needed. James Hunt reports:
Under 40 year old laws, Londoners – unlike the rest of the country - wishing to rent out their homes for less than three months, must get planning permission from their local council. Now the Government aims to change this through a measure in the Deregulation Bill.

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