Hager distributes changing legislation advice at NICEIC Live North 2014

Taking place at Aintree Racecourse in Liverpool, The National Inspection Council for Electrical Installation Contracting (NICEIC) Live North exhibition is on Thursday 27th November.

BS7671: Amendment 3 to the wiring regulations will be a major focus and to support this, Hager UK has launched an online resource aiming to make the technical legislation easily digestible for electrical contractors and wholesalers.

The event will give industry professionals the opportunity to quiz the Hager UK team on upcoming legislation. Steve York, residential market manager at Hager UK, commented, ‘Legislation is always changing in this industry and it can be hard for people to keep abreast with what’s going on, especially if they are always on the road. That’s why we have taken it upon ourselves as a responsible manufacturer to help educate our customers and end-users on what lies ahead and how it is relevant to them.’

Visitors will get the chance to see some of Hager UK’s core products including its consumer units, Sollysta wiring accessories and Invicta 3 TP&N Boards.

2014 has also seen the successful launch of the #HagerGang on the company’s Twitter feed and the manufacturer will be giving away iPhone cases to the first 25 #HagerGang followers to tweet a photo of themselves on the stand.

Hager UK will be on stand number 32 to answer any questions.

To access Hager UK’s Amendment 3 online guide visit: www.hager.co.uk/amendment3

To register your interest for NICEIC Live North 2014 visit: www.niceic-elecsalive.com/north

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