ESP’s new IP (Internet Protocol) CCTV range has been developed by the company to satisfy the growing demand from customers and contractors, and meet the changing needs of a marketplace which is moving from analogue to IP.
Stirling Council has selected products from ESP’s Aperta access control range as part of a scheme to install security measures in its housing developments.
Home security specialist ERA's dedicated resolution team is showing that it’s not just the product that’s important to the company, but also the aftercare provided to its customers.
Bureau Veritas is urging education institutions to make a diligent approach to safety and compliance a priority focus this year.
All commercial and industrial premises require mandatory emergency lighting, but with many businesses below standards due to poorly maintained or insufficient products, uptake is still not where it needs to be. Red Arrow Electrical Distribution offers advice on installing reliable and sufficient emergency lighting.
Building services sector insurer ECIC has issued a new warning to contractors to protect their tools from theft, following claims from the Criminal Bar Association that theft is being decriminalised due to the police failing to pursue prosecutions1.
AEI Cables is raising awareness for the cabling industry to meet the highest levels of safety and performance in the interests of life safety and firefighting.
ECA’s director of technical Mike Smith and director of employment and skills Andrew Eldred, highlight the continued fire risk due to under-qualified installers in response to this summer’s ‘Raising the Bar’ consultation, which followed the tragic Grenfell Tower fire of 2017.
With revisions to the standard for domestic fire detection introduced last year, Neil Baldwin, managing director at ESP, takes a look at the key updates that contractors need to be aware of, to ensure that they are fully compliant when installing fire alarm systems.
Specialist supplier AEI Cables has highlighted the need for the highest quality of cabling for use in sprinkler systems being fitted as part of new fire safety initiatives for high-rise buildings.
Mark Lant, technical sales manager at arc flash specialist, ProGARM, explains just what an arc flash is, why it is among the most dangerous risks on any work site, and how you can protect both yourself and your colleagues.
The newly-established Construction Industry Coronavirus (CICV) forum has provided clarity for the sector in Scotland following advice from First Minister Nicola Sturgeon on Wednesday 25 March that all building sites with the exception of any hospital work should close.
Stanley Security has announced it will be providing its round the clock safety monitoring and emergency response management services to Blackline Safety customers across the UK and Europe.
AEI Cables has won support from the Institution of Fire Prevention Officers (IFPO) for its campaign highlighting the need for the highest quality of cabling for use in sprinkler systems.
Barry Menzies, managing director at MIDEL, questions whether businesses are making transformer safety a business priority.
Engineering services sector bodies ECA and BESA have jointly developed two new guides to help contractors to manage coronavirus-related issues on-site.
A new short safety video for householders and electrical and other engineering contractors has been released by ECA, NICEIC and ELECSA.
In the last twenty years, electrical installation testers used by contractors and electricians around the nation have changed completely. Despite the reservations of times gone by, Mark Johnson of Metrel UK Ltd explains why today, it’s beneficial to put all your eggs in one basket.
Lesley Rudd, chief executive of Electrical Safety First, comments on the passage of the Consumer Scotland Bill in the Scottish Parliament.
Sean Miller, electrician channel programme manager at Schneider Electric, takes a look at the considerations for electricians working on educational sites.
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