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Top Tips for Landlords concerning the Electrical Safety of their Property

Top Tips for Landlords concerning the Electrical Safety of their Property

15/06/2012 admin

The article at MyLocalElectrician caught our attention one of these days, and we realized the...

The CONBOXC flow connector, 16A plug-in male and female lighting connector(CLICK CT101C connector)

The CONBOXC flow connector, 16A plug-in male and female lighting connector(CLICK CT101C connector)

22/02/2011 admin

The CONBOXC flow connector was designed to be a timely solution to the problems encountered by...

Part P of the Building Regulations - frequently asked questions by the consumers, ESC advice

Part P of the Building Regulations - frequently asked questions by the consumers, ESC advice

21/06/2010 admin

We have recently introduced the "Part P of the Building Regulations: protecting the homeowners and...

Electrical Safety and You(2): tips for reducing the risk of electrical hazards or injuries

Electrical Safety and You(2): tips for reducing the risk of electrical hazards or injuries

05/05/2010 admin

After presenting the hazard risks of dealing and working around/with the electricity, and once you...

Electrical safety and You(1): what are the hazards, assessing and reducing the risk

Electrical safety and You(1): what are the hazards, assessing and reducing the risk

05/05/2010 admin

When dealing with electrical devices and electricity, there are some simple precautions you can...

The RCDs explained: What is a Residual Current Device? What types of RCDs are available?

The RCDs explained: What is a Residual Current Device? What types of RCDs are available?

21/04/2010 admin

What is a RCD, and what types of RCDs are there? Via the Electrical Safety Council website there...

Bathroom safety - simple rules for avoiding electricity related dangers in the bathrooms

Bathroom safety - simple rules for avoiding electricity related dangers in the bathrooms

18/03/2010 admin

As we all know, water carries electricity very efficiently. When water(or wet...

Part P of the Building Regulations: protecting the homeowners and reducing the risk of electric shock

Part P of the Building Regulations: protecting the homeowners and reducing the risk of electric shock

08/03/2010 admin

About the Part P factsheet - Don’t put lives at risk by using/installing dangerous electrics! As...

Rules for electrical safety in the home(read this before starting any electrical work)

Rules for electrical safety in the home(read this before starting any electrical work)

25/02/2010 admin

Although we are not electricians(yet we deal with a lot of electrical stuff + also with a lot of...

Avoid the potential electrical hazards by using a NICEIC-registered electricians

Avoid the potential electrical hazards by using a NICEIC-registered electricians

22/02/2010 admin

Especially true and applicable to the specifier / the landlord, the NICEIC advice on the avoiding...

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