ElectricSafe gains mass support from electrical self-certification scheme operators in milestone agreement

A formal declaration of intent, signed by BSI, Benchmark, NAPIT Registration, OFTEC, and Stroma Certification over the past few weeks, will see competent, registered electricians from each of these scheme providers automatically included on the ElectricSafe website. The organisations themselves have also committed to taking an active role in the mutual governance of the ElectricSafe Register. Though members of these supporting companies will be registered automatically, this does not affect ElectricSafe’s policy of encouraging Full Scope Electrical members of the other DCLG approved Competent Person Scheme providers to join.

Commenting on this agreement, ElectricSafe director Martin Bruno said, ‘This is really a momentous achievement for the register. Since its launch, ElectricSafe has been committed to an inclusive, cooperative approach.  Our vision is for all competent, registered electricians to be included in one register, under one brand that consumers can understand – and for governance of the register to be representative of the electrical industry as a whole. This agreement is a fundamental milestone on the road to realising that vision.’

The ElectricSafe Register is free to join and open to all full scope electricians registered with one of the seven DCLG authorised electrical Competent Person Scheme providers for England and Wales. 

For further information visit: www.electricsaferegister.co.uk/why-join-electricsafe.aspx

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