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An assessment route that enables experienced workers to qualify to Level 3 NVQ standard has been launched by the Joint Industry Board (JIB):
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
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:
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.
In the giveaway that just keeps on giving, Schneider Electric launches phase two of its fantastic EZ Rewards promotion, this time offering installers the opportunity to win a £2000 holiday voucher as well as other great leisure prizes.
Onshore wind turbines generating a total output of some 314,000 MW were installed worldwide by the end of 2013. Not everybody is an on-shore wind turbine fan, but this fact alone should convince most people that wind turbines have an essential role to play in the global energy mix. This will be reflected in the inaugural WindEnergy Hamburg 2014...
A one day course for electrical contractors - explains how to do a risk assessment and write a method statement.
Selecting the right kind of cable management for the job can be a very subjective matter. Often there’s more than one option, and getting it wrong could lead to over or under-specification or a more complex installation on site. Here, Legrand’s Nigel Leaver answers your cable management questions.
Dr Jeremy Hodge, chief executive of the British Approvals Service for Cables (BASEC) advises end users and manufacturers to ensure the quality of cable sheathing before use.

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