15th April 2016
At MS Electrical we’re delighted that electrical safety at home and in the workplace is receiving increasing coverage in the media. We’re passionate about helping homeowners and businesses stay safe, and we’re committed to ongoing training and development, as well as to continued accreditation with NICEIC and the Registered Competent Person – Electrical scheme.
To that end, we were pleased to read that a campaign promoting the use of NICEIC and ELECSA registered contractors – called Stay Safe at Christmas – reached a record audience. Launched during the festive period last year, it warned about the additional electrical dangers that can arise at Christmas time and urged householders to call an NICEIC or ELECSA registered electrician if they had any concerns.
The campaign was on regional TV and radio, and was in national and local newspapers across the UK, making it the most successful campaign by NICEIC and ELECSA to promote electrical contractors yet. In total, the campaign reached a potential audience of 55 million people.
As Mark Smith, owner of MS Electrical, confirmed, it’s vital to continue to hammer home the message that DIY electrical projects can be fatal. “We’ve seen a statistic that NICEIC and ELECSA registrants now carry out over 89% of all Part P jobs in England and Wales,” says Mark. “That’s a great statistic, but it does still mean that there’s room for improvement. As one of the region’s leading providers of PAT testing and fixed wire testing, we’re committed to helping clients understand how investing in the services of a qualified electrical safety company means that they can rest assured that everyone who enters their home or workplace is as safe as they possible can be.”
To discuss any aspect of your electrical safety, call MS Electrical on 01353 665106.
We have been extremely pleased with the service provided by MS Electrical. In all our dealings with them they have proven to be efficient, reliable and a pleasure to deal with. We would not hesitate to recommend their services.
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