For details of our accreditations please see the summary below.
NICEIC has been assessing the technical competence of electricians for over 50 years. Their aim is to protect everyone who uses electricity from unsafe electrical installations anywhere. To achieve this, they maintain a register of qualified, competent electricians. Once contractors become registered with NICEIC, they are re-assessed on a regular basis to ensure high standards.
NICEIC was set up in the 1950s and is the leading independent voluntary electrical regulatory body assessing the competence of UK electricians.
- Health and safety policy statement
- Our business for health and safety
- Our specific health and safety arrangements to ensure they are to a standard acceptable to our customers
In 1997 a group of health and safety and procurement professionals from across Great Britain worked with the Association of London Government (ALG) to develop CHAS.
CHAS started with two main aims.
To improve health and safety standards across Great Britain.
To reduce duplicated safety applications for both suppliers and buyers.
These days CHAS more than 500 public and private sector buyer organisations, such as councils, housing associations, NHS trusts, including a growing number of large private companies
The TrustMark initiative recognises the difficulty consumers face in selecting reputable companies to undertake work in their homes. The concept is to promote an identification mark which will become widely recognised by consumers as a mark of integrity, and allows them to avoid rogue traders and have confidence in the standard of work undertaken.