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Building regulations compliance

  If you own a home or rental property, you are legally responsible for compliance with the Building Regulations. The Building Regulations apply to building work in England and Wales and set standards for the design and construction of buildings to ensure the health and safety of people in or around those buildings.  Equivalent Regulations apply in Scotland. NICEIC enables householders and landlords to find…

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Ascertiva Group earns Times Top 100 company accolade

Ascertiva Group, the company renowned for its NICEIC and NQA brands, has become a Times Top 100 Best Company to Work For. The accolade is awarded on the views of employees and the policies and processes of employers. It identifies best practice and ranks companies chiefly by their results in eight key indicators of staff engagement. “I am delighted that Ascertiva Group, NICEIC and NQA,…

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Electrical Hazards

Electrical hazards are invisible but deadly, causing fires and electrical shocks. These hazards are easily preventable if you use an NICEIC-registered contractor to install, inspect and maintain your electrics. Government figures show that electricity causes more than 20,000 fires a year – almost half of all accidental house fires. (Source: DCLG) Each year 70 people are killed and 350,000 seriously injured due to an electrical…

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New Design and Technology Curriculum Outdated

Design and Technology? Remember it? The vast majority of us have fond memories of constructing wooden cars and making them move, of producing graphical ‘3D’ drawings and trying out the levers of a drilling machine. Fun times for many and quite possibly, Design Technology lead to an interest in pursuing a career in the construction industry for many people. However, the end of such fun…

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ESC Tables Home Safety in Scotland

The Electrical Safety Council’s (ESC) parliamentary roundtable on the theme of improving home safety in Scotland, hosted by Clare Adamson MSP, will take place at Holyrood, on April 25th . Each year in the UK, 70 people are killed by an electrical accident in the home and 350,000 sustain a serious injury from an electric shock (1). Government data also shows that Scottish homes are…

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