• Comelit to debut at ElexShow 

    Comelit Group is making its debut in partnership with Traders Warehouse at ElexShow 2018 in Coventry, to introduce its new fire solutions and latest in smart security door entry systems.

  • Sparking safety in Scotland

    Commenting on Hard-Wired Problems - a new report highlighting key issues, around electric heating, such as fuel poverty in Scotland - Wayne Mackay of safety charity Electrical Safety First, said: “We welcome this report, which shows a higher proportion of Scots are using electric heating than anywhere else in the UK – and many of them are the most vulnerable or worst off.

  • Are you 18th Edition complaint?

    With the 18th Edition of the IET Wiring Regulations introduced earlier this month, Bureau Veritas is urging the industry to lead the way in best practice by not only ensuring compliance with mandatory requirements, but also the non-compulsory recommendations suggested in the new standard.

  • Gas Safe Europe calls for even tighter safety rules on smoke and gas alarms

    New rules introduced in Scotland to improve household safety could be even tighter, says an industry specialist.

  • Unitrunk passes fire safety tests

    Unitrunk has become the first cable management specialist in the UK to pass fire safety testing for both its cable tray and cable ladder.

  • Gotthard Railway Tunnel relies on Spelsberg for fire safety

    In an environment such as the Gotthard Railway Tunnel, fire safety is of paramount importance. This is why Spelsberg was trusted to provide its fire-resistant enclosures.

  • Quality is critical for sprinkler systems, says AEI Cables

    AEI Cables is highlighting the need for the highest quality of cabling for use in sprinkler systems increasingly being specified for use in new modern buildings.

  • Tradesmen fined for life threatening electrical work 

    A builder and electrician have been fined for carrying out dangerous (not to mention shoddy) electrical work on a domestic property in Dudley.