Talk to the experts at NAPIT EXPO’s Q&A drop-in sessions

Are you aware that the Consumer Contracts (Information, Cancellation and Additional Charges) Regulations 2013 came into force in June this year? Make sure your business complies; speak to an experienced NAPIT legal professional with a comprehensive understanding of what changes installers may have to make.

Could you benefit from seeing the business doctor? The NAPIT EXPO Q&A sessions also provide the opportunity to seek employment law and health & safety advice from NAPIT. Drop in to talk about any issues and concerns relating to your business.

Amendment 3 to the 17th Edition of the IET Wiring Regulations is due to be published in January 2015. These sessions offer the ideal opportunity to talk directly with an expert on the probable changes that will be implemented and how it will affect you and your business. A useful fact sheet on this subject will also be available for any attending visitors.

The Q&A sessions will also provide clarification for tradespeople who are interested in understanding third party certification, the Department for Communities and Local Government’s newly introduced alternative route to demonstrating compliance with Part P of the Building Regulations. How could this help you? How will NAPIT ensure that it doesn’t encourage cowboys? How will it all work? Get all your burning questions answered directly from the experts.

These open door drop-in sessions are designed to help and advise you on a variety of topical issues and regulation changes at a time to suit you, no appointment necessary.

If you are in need of clarification or counsel regarding any of these topics, visit the NAPIT EXPO on 9th July and talk to the experts. To find out about the many other reasons to attend, visit www.napitexpo.co.uk.

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