SparkSafe ...
better workers, better outcomes

Connecting Competency + Contracts

SparkSafe ...
Promoting Responsible Procurement

Connecting Competency + Contracts

SparkSafe ...
Rewarding competent electricians

Connecting Competency + Contracts

Why SparkSafe?

  1. Rewarding the competent, skilled and qualified electrical worker
  2. Improving quality and raising standards through technical competence
  3. Modernising and reforming the electrical contracting industry
  4. Incentivising apprenticeship training and adult worker upskilling

 

"The concept of a Licence to Practice for electricians appears to have become a reality in NI though the SparkSafe initiative. NI appears to be leading the way in the vanguard with this initiative."

PROFESSOR HOWARD GOSPEL

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Q.
What’s the difference between LtP and self-certification schemes?

A.

Electricians are obliged to inspect, test and certify the electrical safety of wiring systems that they install, repair or alter. This process is sometimes referred to as self-certification. The obligation to carry out (initial, periodic and minor works) certification of electrical systems is based upon the Electricity at Work Regulations 1989 and the BS7671 Wiring Requirements for Electrical Installations.
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