NICEIC Testing and inspection

bds electrical fm are an NICEIC APPROVED CONTRACTOR

As NICEC approved contractors and members of Construction Line our clients are assured of the highest standards in every aspect of their projects. A further commitment to quality has led us to ensure that all our on site supervisors undergo rigorous training. This training has enabled our staff to address much more complex day to day managerial issues.

Alongside our staff's technical expertise, knowledge and experience we count friendliness, professional integrity, and excellent communication skills as the necessary qualities of a member of the BDS Electrical FM team. Our company ethos ‘a commitment to excellence’ means that every member of staff strives to achieve the highest level of customer service. We provide on-going training and development for all our employees with particular emphasis on health and safety.

What is an Electrical Installation Condition Report?

As its title suggests, it is a report not a certificate. It relates to an assessment of the in-service condition of an electrical installation against the requirements of the issue of BS 7671 current at the time of the inspection, irrespective of the age of the installation. An Electrical Installation Condition Report differs greatly from PAT Testing and Fixed Appliance Testing because it is an in-depth inspection on the internal wiring of the building not appliances.

The results and measurements and values taken during the Electrical Installation Condition Reports are clearly recorded in a report and appropriate recommendations, if applicable, are made for any damage, deterioration or defects observed that may give rise to danger to be remedied, such that the installation may continue to be used in safety.

Do you have questions or perhaps need some more information on any of our Commercial and Industrial Electrical systems? Please don't hesitate to call us on 020 8773 3377 or email us here, no question or enquiry is too large or too small...

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