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ECA & NICEIC - Powerful Together

The ECA requires all of its members to have achieved relevant technical certification before they are accepted into membership. In 2012, the ECA partnered with Electrical Safety First (ESF) to create Certsure, who operate ECA Certification, NICEIC and ELECSA brands.

United on Technical Standards

ECA and the sector consumer charity, Electrical Safety First (ESF), together created Certsure LLP in November 2012.

The primary role of Certsure is to deliver market leading certification schemes, as well as many other products and services for the electrotechnical and engineering services industries. Within the electrical contracting sector, Certsure’s certification activities are carried out under the following four brands:

Clients can be assured and are guaranteed that high UKAS accredited technical standards are applied across all of the above certification schemes.

Furthermore, the Electrotechnical Assessment Specification (EAS) which is maintained and published by the Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET) is used as the benchmark for these schemes.

As a result, whether a client or hiring organisation is looking to find a competent contractor, assessed to the requirements of BS7671, or a business which can self-certify their work carried out within domestic premises to meet Part P of the Building Regulations, they can have complete confidence in the technical ability of businesses registered with any of these schemes.

See below to view/download the official joint statement from ECA and Certsure.

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ECA-Certsure United on Technical Standards

(PDF, 788 kB)
Published 26 Jan 2018Last reviewed 26 Jan 2018
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Industry Statement

(PDF, 576 kB)

A joint statement from the ECA, NICEIC and ELECSA

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