Tel: 01179 530 441
07810 515 427
the electrical trade there are several associations that
have gained the authorisation to be able to monitor qualified
electricians and grant them Part P registration. "Part
P" is the government legislation put in place to ensure
domestic electrical work is carried out by competent persons.
and the NICEIC are two such organisations that monitor
Part P qualified electricians
When I first began trading as a self employed electrician in the UK (May 2004), the NICEIC required self employed electricians to have traded for more than one year to be NICEIC registered. This combined with the fact that I wanted to get more involved with electrical inspections made my decision to join NAPIT an easy one.
stands for "The National
used to stand for "National
Contracting but is now a trading name of Ascertiva Group Limited a wholly owned subsidiary of the Electrical Safety Council.
organisations have almost identical criteria which one
must meet to join. For example, both organisations require
Comply with BS 7671: 2001 Requirements for Electrical
Installations (IEE Wiring Regulations) and other relevant
standards and Codes of Practice
2/ Be directly engaged in electrical installation work
3/ Have premises and equipment appropriate to the range
and scale of electrical work undertaken
4/ Have Test Instruments suitable for carrying out the
range of tests required by BS 7671.
5/ Possess up-to-date copies of the following Publications:
a . BS 7671 Requirements for Electrical Installations
(IEE Wiring Regulations)
b . Memorandum of Guidance on the Electricity at Work
c . IEE Guidance Note 3 on inspection and testing
6/ Maintain an effective system which enables them to
confirm the continuing accuracy and consistency of all
test instruments used for certification and reporting
7/ Have a minimum £2 million pounds public liability
8/ Make available for assessment sufficient completed
electrical work across the range normally undertaken and
undertake an annual onsite assessment to ensure their
work complies with electrical regulation standards and
that electrical tests are carried out correctly.
9/ Employ competent persons to undertake electrical work.
10/ Maintain a record of complaints made about the technical
standard of electrical work carried out, together with
the details of the remedial action taken, if any, to resolve
11/ Have a written Health and Safety policy statement
and carry out risk assessments as appropriate
main differences between the two organisations
are as follows:
The NICEIC only requires one "Qualified Supervisor" per
company to have professional inspectors qualifications, provided that all of the companies work is undertaken in the same area (eg Bristol).
NAPIT requires all electricians within the electrical
workforce of a company, to have professional inspectors
The cost of joining NAPIT, is cheaper than membership
with the NICEIC.
The NICEIC invests more money in advertising, than NAPIT.
who employ a NAPIT registered electrician can be assured
their electrician has the same skills, qualifications
and working procedures required to be a member of the
NICEIC or any other Part P monitoring organisation.
you would like to have some electrical work completed
or inspected by a professional, friendly, tradesperson
who is highly recommended:
Tel: 01179 530 441 - Mob: 07 810 515 427
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Jobs I do on a regular basis include: Consumer units, fuse boxes, fuse boards, splitload consumer units, residual current devices, RCD installation, RCBO installation, circuit breaker installation, Installation certificates, Periodic inspection certificates, Landlord certificates, Domestic minor works certificate, notification of work, certification, landlord safety checks, kitchen upgrades, kitchen refurbishment, kitchen rewires, kitchen sockets, House rewiring, flat rewiring, rewires, new cabling, portable appliance testing, certifying DIY electrics, upgrades to comply with BS7671:2008, 17th edition upgrades, new switchboards, PIR sensors, sensor lights, testing, certification, insulation resistance tests, loop impedance tests, continuity tests, polarity, plugs, sockets, lights, switches, spurs, enclosures, conduit, trunking, capping, halogens, low voltage transformers, LED lights, outside lights, garden lights, power to sheds, rewires, isolators, telephone outlets, telephone cabling, sub mains, relays, two way switching, three way switching, stoves, appliances, lamps, florescents, strip lights, bayonet cap, fans, expelleirs, range hoods, entertainment equipment, spotlights, outdoor circuits, weatherproof fittings, picture lights, down lights, track lights, sensors, smoke alarms, warning labels, earthing, clamps, earth bars, earth straps, cable installation, crimping, tagging, fuses, neon fuse spurs, dimmers, remote control light switches, stove isolators, cookers, hobbs, surface wiring, pattresses, pull switches, pendants, door bell circuits, IP65 outlets, junction boxes, connections, labeling, basic plumbing, showers, instant water heaters, car stereos, etc.
I am willing to work in Bristol include: BS6, Redland, Westbury Park, Golden Hill, Cotham, Henleaze, Kingsdown,
Tydalls Park, Montpelier,St Andrews, Bishopston, Ashley Down,
BS8, Clifton, Clifton Down, Clifton Wood, Victoria Park, Failand,
Leigh Wood, Abbots leigh, BS9, Sneyd Park, Stoke Bishop, Westbury
on Trym, Sea Mills, Coombe Dingle, Eastfield, BS7, Horfield, Lockleaze,
BS10, Southmead, Brentry, Henbry, Botany Bay, Blaise Hamlet, Lawrence
Weston, BS3, Bedminster, Ashton Gate, Ashton Vale, Windmill Hill,
Totterdown, Lower Knowle, Filwood Park, Knowle, Upper Knowle,Kensington
Park, Kensington Hill, Brislington, Broom Hill, BS5, Upper Easton,
Lower Easton, Russell Town, Barton Hill, Whitehall, Rose Green,
Crofts End, Moorfields, Redfield, Netham, Pile Marsh, St Anne's,
St Anne's Park, Crew Hole, St George, Whiteway, Burchells Green,
Speedwell, Hillfields, Stapleton, Fishponds, BS11, Shirehampton,
Avonmouth, BS13, Bedminster Down, Headley Park, Highridge, Bishopsworth,
Withywood, Hartcliffe, BS14, Hengrove, Whitchurch, Stockwood,
BS34, Northville, Filton, Filton Abbey wood, Parkway, Broadmead,
BS20, Pill, Easton in Gordano, Portbury, BS32, Stoke Gilford,
Great Stoke, Little Stoke, BS36, Winterbourne, Flaxpits, Hicks
Common, Frampton Cotterwell, Coalpit Heath, Ram Hill, Henfield,
BS16, Frenchay, Blackhorse, Vinny Green, Emerson's Green, Mangotsfield,
Pomphrey, Shortwood, Upper Soundwell, Soundwell, Lower Soundwell,
Cockshot Hill, New Cheltenham, Siston Common, Warmley Hill, BS37,
Yate,Mayshill, Westerleigh, Wapley, Chipping Sodbury, BS15, Patterswood,
Kingswood, Woodstock, Mount Hill, BS30 Warmley, Cadbury Heath,
North Common, Barrs Court, Oldland, Oldland Common, Willsbridge,
Bitton, BS31, Keynsham, Stidham & Saltford.