NICEIC delivers update on electrical safety in the rented sector

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  Posted by: electime      27th June 2022

    • NICEIC is set to deliver a free webinar discussing mandatory electrical safety checks in the rented sector
    • Open to all, the session will be hosted by NICEIC’s Head of Technical Services, Paul Collins who will be joined by Electrical Safety First’s Technical Director, Martyn Allen
    • Timed to highlight the introduction of new legislation in Wales, which comes into force on December 1, experts will outline the varying legislation across the UK
    • Taking place on Wednesday July 13 at 8pm, the webinar will deliver practical support for electrical contractors and guidance for landlords, letting agents, and local authorities

Are you an electrical contractor undertaking electrical safety checks in the rented sector or a landlord, letting agent or local authority looking for more information relating to compliance? If so, look no further, on Wednesday July 13th at 8pm NICEIC, the UK’s largest certification body for the building services industry, is hosting a free webinar just for you.

The session will discuss at the current legal requirements in each nation and will provide insight into proposed future legislation.

Hosted by NICEIC’s, Paul Collins, the panel will include Martyn Allen from Electrical Safety First, the charity leading the charge for mandatory electrical checks across all housing tenures.

Delivering practical guidance for contractors and expert advice for landlords, letting agents and local authorities, the update will cover the importance of appointing the right electrical business for the job.

“Raising standards of electrical safety in the rental sector remains a top priority for the NICEIC, Electrical Safety First, and the entire industry,” said Paul Collins

“As such, we warmly welcome any legislation which makes regular electrical safety checks a legal requirement.

“However, there is still disparity across the UK, and the legal requirements are evolving. To help keep everyone up to speed, this webinar will outline the facts, dispel common myths, and reinforce the importance of electrical safety. We hope you can join us on the night and look forward to answering your questions”

To register for the event, please click here or visit