August 2020 - Newsletter
Recently our Principal Electrical Engineer, Paul Hopton, and Compliance Director Andy Linely wrote blogs explaining exactly What a Duty Holder is and the Importance of the Electrical Duty Holder in legislative requirements and mitigating risk.

Both Articles are available here to view:
What is an Electrical Duty Holder?
 - Arc Flash Legislative Requirements and the role of Electrical Duty Holders

Since publishing, we have seen an uptake in requests for Electrical Duty Holder Training, which is detailed below. This course can be run both on-site or online.

Electrical Duty Holder Training

This course is aimed at those who have been informed or those who are aware that they have a responsibility under Regulation 3 of the Electricity at Work Regulations 1989. The course is suitable for both electrical and non-electrical persons.

This course is also City & Guilds Assured

Learning Outcomes

At the end of the course you should be able to:

  • Identify the basic principles of electrical safety and how they are achieved
  • Discuss the key areas of legislation, who enforces them and what guidance is available
  • Identify who is a Duty Holder
  • Establish ways of keeping electrical systems safe through maintenance
  • Establish ways of keeping electrical systems safe through safe systems of work
  • Maintain safe electrical systems through use of competent persons and the need for correct design
Book your Training now

HEALTH CHECK - Self Assessment

Achieving compliance with legislation such as the Electricity at Work Regulations 1989 can be a complex and challenging task. As an organisation you may feel that you fully comply or you may not be sure of your current position.

Our ONLINE Electrical Safety Health Check will provide you with an insight into your current level of compliance, guidance on what the HSE is looking for and a plan to achieve compliance without compromising your business. Try it here today!

Click Here to access the Online Health Check

The Importance Of Data Collection For Arc Flash Analysis

Thomas Appleyard MIET explores the importance of data collection for Arc Flash Analysis. Take a read of the key advice directly from one of Electrical Safety UK's Electrical Engineers who analyses Arc Flash data daily and why it's so important to get it right!
Read the Blog here

Why Is Electrical Safety Important?

You cannot smell, hear, or see electricity, so making sure you have the right systems in place to manage this hazardous energy is critical to the wellbeing of your employees and your Company. Read about Identifying Risk, Complying with Legislation and Managing Risk in our Compliance Director's latest blog
Read the Blog here

A New Look - Our New Website

We are proud to present to you our NEW LOOK website. Why don't you take a look around and let us know what you think!
Take A Look Here

Watch Part 2 - 2021 NFPA 70E
Global Live Streaming Class

Jim Phillips P.E. of Brainfiller and Associate Director of Electrical Safety UK Limited ran one hour class explaining the 2021 NFPA 70E update. The class was a huge success and was in fact attended by delegates from over 18 different countries.
Watch Part 2 of the Class Here

Arc Flash - Managing Your Risk

Claim your free copy today
Does your team fully understand what the law requires in order to manage the risk of Arc Flash in your organisation? Request a copy of our updated guide here

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Contact us now on 01709 961 666 or email to discuss your requirements.
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