MS Electrical

Keeping electrical safety in check


Safety first – always

14th March 2017

At MS Electrical we take electrical safety very seriously. That’s why we maintain our accreditation with SafeContractor, one of the UK’s fastest growing health and safety assessment schemes with more than 300 clients and over 27,000 contractor members.

Being an accredited SafeContractor means that our procedures, policies, training and insurances have been rigorously audited. As well as ensuring that we make the grade in all areas of our service and administration, accreditation gives our customers the peace of mind of knowing that they can engage us to undertake their PAT testing and fixed wire testing with complete confidence.

As Mark Smith, owner of MS Electrical, reveals, achieving accreditation is challenging. “To become an accredited SafeContractor we had to pass a detailed desktop audit,” explains Mark. “The process starts with a comprehensive questionnaire, which automatically adapts to the size of your business and your areas of work. Once you’ve submitted your questionnaire, an auditor decides whether your risk management processes are satisfactory and sufficient for your work activities. Once you pass, you become an accredited SafeContractor and receive an accreditation certificate. We’re very proud to be accredited as we believe it’s one of the best indications that we’re operating in the most professional manner.”

MS Electrical offers PAT testing and fixed wire testing in Cambridge, Ely and Newmarket, so please call us on 01223 258968 / 01353 665106 to learn how we keep electrical safety in check.

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.

Cambridge Property Lettings

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