Why Use A NICEIC Electrician
NICEIC stands for the National Inspection Council for Electrical Installation Contracting and is the UK’s leading voluntary regulatory body for the electrical contracting industry. It has been assessing the electrical competence of electricians for nearly sixty years and currently maintains a roll of over 26,000 certified electricians.
In addition to their core electrical business they provide certification to firms across the heating, plumbing, renewable and insulation sectors. Their focus is supporting firms to help improve their businesses.
They provide a number of products and services, this includes training, technical advice, certification and information on all the latest industry developments. They aim to help firms see past short term survival and prepare for long-term planning.
NICEIC has developed a reputation amongst consumers, specifiers of work and industry for promoting safety, integrity and technical excellence.
Their NICEIC registered electricians undergo a rigorous assessment process, covering a representative sample of their work, their premises, documentation, equipment, and the competence of their key supervisory staff. They are then re-assessed on a regular basis to ensure continued compliance so, if you're looking to find an Electrician then look at the NICEIC. For your house electrical wiring installations and inspections, for your domestic electrical installation certificates, for checks against the current BS7671 electrical wiring regulations, use an NICEIC certified electrician.
Safety and competence
Contractors registered by NICEIC are assessed on a regular basis to ensure that they are competent and capable of meeting the relevant technical and safety standards, codes of practice and rules of the Schemes they are registered to.
Compliance with building regulations
Contractors registered to NICEIC Building Regulations Schemes in England and Wales are authorised to self-certify their work to the Local Building Control Body. This saves you both time and money when undertaking work that requires notification under the Building Regulations.