The Electrical Safety Council (ESC) and Electrical Contractors’ Association (ECA) have announced the launch of the Electrical Safety Register – a joint venture between the two organisations that will serve as a one-stop-shop for anyone looking for the services of a competent electrical contractor. PEME features in the new register.
The ESC is a UK charity committed to reducing deaths and injuries caused by electrical accidents. The charity acts as a consumer advocate, raising awareness of safety issues through a range of campaigns and liaises with industry and government to protect consumers and promote best practice within the electrical industry.
The ECA is the UK’s largest trade association representing electrical engineering and contracting companies. The electrical contracting industry employs 350,000 operatives and 6,000 apprentices. Its 3,000 members range from local electricians to national companies with several branches employing thousands.
The new Electrical Safety Register also brings together the well-known NICEIC , ELECSA and ECA certification schemes. As PEME has been assessed against rigorous technical standards, our inclusion on the new online register offers protection to clients and provides confidence in our technical competence.