NICEIC Approved Contractors are assessed to the highest standards covering all types of electrical work including, design, installation, commissioning and maintenance of commercial, industrial and domestic electrical installations.
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The NICEIC Domestic Installer scheme covers contractors who do installation work in domestic properties. It is important to use a Domestic Installer to comply with the requirements of Part P.
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Microgeneration Certification Scheme (MCS)
A scheme to cover installation of renewable or green technologies. The MCS scheme covers technologies such as:
Using an MCS accredited contractor is a pre-requisite for homeowners to access government funds and grants.
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Competent Persons Scheme
A scheme licensed through the Department of Communities and Local Government that covers all other building services work in domestic properties such as heating and plumbing.
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BAFE SP203-1 Installer Scheme
This BAFE scheme has been developed for the Third Party Certification of those organisations involved in fire detection and fire alarm systems. The scheme recognises the importance of providing compliant systens, whilst at the same time minimising false alarms.
PAS 2030 Installer
Previously known as Green Deal Installer this is a scheme created to help householders install energy efficient measures to their properties. The typical measures include insulation, draught proofing, glazing and heating. Financial support is available through Green deal Finance to support the installation work and PAS 2030 certififcated installers are key to accessing the work.
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Regular portable appliance testing (PAT) supports organisations to meet their obligations under health & safety regulations.
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Hazardous Atmospheres/Areas may be developed by the production, transformation, process, transport and storage of flammable/explosive products including combustible dusts. Hazardous Areas typically cover a range of items including Petrol Filling Stations.
Our Hazardous Area engineers will have the relevant qualifications and will undertake annual assessments to ensure that the work being carried out is up to standards. To search for an NICEIC Hazardous Areas contractor go to Find a Contractor