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ProGARM launches campaign to raise awareness of the dangers posed by arc flash
ProGARM is launching a new campaign to raise awareness of the dangers posed by arc flash, and it needs your help. 
More than half of the UK public do not know what RCD protection is, research shows
New research has revealed that more than half of the UK public do not know what RCD protection is, despite the electrical risks they’re taking.
How to safeguard the use of batteries for energy storage
James Mountain explores the current regulations and best practice informing how lithium-ion batteries are being used for energy storage.
Could the Covid recovery be concealing a growing mental health epidemic?
The economic recovery from Covid-19 could be concealing a growing mental health epidemic among construction SMEs.
New ECS card renewal requirements for Fire, Emergency and Security Systems occupations
The Electrotechnical Certification Scheme (ECS) is reminding renewing card holders that they may need to meet new requirements.
Why installing active fire protection can improve a building’s sustainability
Sustainability isn’t just about reducing your carbon emissions during the use of a building, but also preventing the loss of the building.
OMICRON Webinar: How to ensure a substation is cybersecure
OMICRON has announced an online conference which will focus on cybersecurity for critical infrastructure and how to secure a substation.
ESP’s RekorHD CCTV range gets a revamp
The latest product category at ESP to come under development is CCTV, with a revamp of the RekorHD 2MP CCTV range
More than half of electricians report mental health issues
Mental health issues plague those working in the electrical trade, with research suggesting that 51% of electricians had reported issues
Evaluating your facility’s electrical infrastructure for regulatory compliance
More often than not a facility’s internal criteria for its electrical infrastructure is not meeting strict regulations.