Ryan Dempsey: Time to Make a Difference

By NAPIT
30th April 2019

Guest blog: Ryan Dempsey, Chair of the Electrical Safety Roundtable’s ‘Social Housing Sub-Group’ reflects on their impressive first year developing pioneering electrical safety guidance and outlines the next steps for the group. One of the hardest parts about working in Social Housing as a Compliance or Electrical Manager is the…

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A Golden Year for NAPIT in a Rapidly-Changing Industry

By NAPIT
20th December 2018

NAPIT’s Group Chief Executive, Mike Andrews, looks back at another year of vast change across industry, and reflects on some major successes. As NAPIT’s silver anniversary celebrations come to a close, the achievements of the past 12 months have been a fitting tribute to the business and its ambitions. Twenty-five…

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Spreading the word about electrical safety

By NAPIT
15th May 2018

NAPIT’s Business Relationship Director, Ian Halton, shares how he has been helping Local Authorities and Landlords to understand the realities of keeping their properties electrically safe. The issue of electrical safety is high up on the Government agenda currently, with consultations in both England and Wales looking into tightening the regulations…

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Simplify to Clarify – Electrical Safety in the Private Rented Sector

By admin
18th August 2016

Electrical Safety in the Private Rented Sector is poor. In 2014, 16% of private rented sector tenants in England experienced problems with electrical hazards, which equates to nearly 1.5 million people living with unsafe electrics. Coupled with the fact that 5,622 accidental domestic fires were caused by electrical distribution systems…

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Electrically Speaking

By admin
31st May 2016

NAPIT Managing Director of Standards David Cowburn discusses how a new NAPIT Electrical Inspector Scheme will drive up safety within the domestic, commercial and industrial sectors. Excellence in electrical inspection and testing is one of the key components that set NAPIT registered electricians apart, and it is vital for electrical safety,…

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