Qualifications and Enrolments
ABS Electrical Services Ltd is qualified in accordance with the 17th Edition of the IEE Wiring Regulations BS7671:2008.
National Inspection Council for Electrical Installation Contracting
Enrolment No. 023784000
Original Enrolment 1995
Accredited Certification 30 November 2001
Domestic Installer Scheme (Part P)
The Domestic Installer Scheme is the NICEIC approval for contractors undertaking work within the scope of Part P of the Building Regulations.
Registered December 2004
Trust Mark is the government scheme to assist consumers to find a reputable electrical contractor.
Trust Mark is also supported by the building industry and consumer groups to help consumers and specifiers find reliable and trustworthy trades people to make improvements and repairs to domestic properties.
If a firm displays the Trust Mark logo you can be assured that it has been checked against a set of standards set by the Government by a Trust Mark approved body against.
The Trust Mark Scheme recognises the difficulty consumers face in selecting reputable construction industry 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.
All electricians working for ABS Electrical Services Ltd have City & Guilds and or NVQ qualifications.
They are also CSCS JIB Registered. We prefer our apprentice electricians to commence their training with JTL as an Advanced Apprentice and they are expected to achieve the NVQ Level 3 at the end of their apprenticeship. http://apprentices.jtltraining.com
The Benefits of Using an NICEIC Contractor:
- The NICEIC has been assessing the technical competence of contractors for over 50 years.
- They aim to protect everyone who uses electricity from unsafe electrical installations in their homes, places of work and leisure.
- The NICEIC maintain a register of electrical contractors that are assessed on a regular basis and must comply with the various standards, codes of practice and Scheme rules.
- Enrolment with NICEIC is voluntary, but electrical contractors that are competent and conscientious about the service they offer customers would consider it a priority to enrol.
- It is believed that approximately 90% of Local Authorities in the UK restrict work to NICEIC Approved Contractors on safety grounds and householders can be assured that all work undertaken by an NICEIC-registered contractor will be safe.
- Contractors registered to NICEIC Building Regulations Schemes are authorised to self-certify their work without hindrance from Local Authority Building Control. This saves you both time and money when undertaking work that requires notification under the Building Regulations.
- The NICEIC Insurance Backed Warranty covers work undertaken by contractors registered to the NICEIC Domestic Installer Scheme that is notifiable to Building Control. The purpose of the Warranty is to protect consumers should any work be found not to comply with the Building Regulations under circumstances where the contractor is no longer in business to undertake the necessary remedial work.
- NICEIC operates an independent complaints procedure governing the technical standards of electrical installation of its Approved Contractor and Domestic Installer Schemes
- NICEIC is concerned solely with the safety and technical standard of the electrical work carried out by Approved Contractors, and the standard of certification and periodic inspection reports which Approved Contractors are responsible for producing.
- NICEIC expects its registered contractors to provide a quality service to their customers and, therefore, endeavour to resolve all complaints about the technical standard of their electrical work.
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