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Roughly one in seven homes contains a faulty household appliance that could cause a fire or electrical shock, and over the past four years, manufacturers have tried to recall around four million defective devices and electrical goods. Yet as many as 90% remain in UK homes because companies failed to alert families or customers ignored their...
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:
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.
ABB Low Voltage Products provides protection, control and measurement for electrical installations, enclosures, switchboards, electronics and electromechanical devices for industrial machines, plants and related services. The company's offering also includes intelligent building control systems, also known as KNX systems for home and...
Electrical Safety First’s Product Safety Conferences have become a regular highlight of the industry calendar. This year the event, entitled Product Safety First – Time for Change, will be held on Wednesday 12th November, at Church House, Westminster. The Conference will be chaired by former Working Lunch presenter and business journalist,...
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.
Electrical Safety First will be hosting a roundtable on product safety, recalls and traceability, on Tuesday 9th September, at Church House, Westminster.
Voltimum is emphatically not a latter day Clarksonian petrolhead of a web portal, but it doesn’t mean we don’t sometimes like an interesting vehicle – recreational or otherwise. And not being ‘petrolhead’ here is precisely the point, because this story is about motorcycles – electric motorcycles to be clear, which are coming along in leaps and...
A very recent article in The Guardian’s G2 section took a long look at the Autolib’ (and no, that inverted comma is not a mistake!) electric car sharing scheme that has been running with conspicuous success in Paris for three years. Some 30 million miles later, it is coming to London. By James Hunt:

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