Electrical Licence to Practise is about improving quality and productivity by only contracting with those electrical contractors who employ electrically competent workers.

Most main contractors are obliged to operate on a trust basis concerning the composition of the appointed electrical contractor’s workforce.  A focus on Health and Safety at the gate has displaced the vital attention to electrical skills, qualifications and competencies.  This often means that there are less “go to” qualified workers and more unqualified or underqualified workers appearing on the job.  As a result, a corresponding decrease in quality and standards and an increase in incidents of snagging, delays and commissioning difficulties often follow.

The LtP system provides the main contractor with an unique online Workforce Composition Report (WCR), setting out the makeup of the electrical contractor’s workforce by licence type from contract commencement through to commissioning and final handover.

A free online electrical worker identity and competency verification service for main contractors forms part of the LtP proposition.  If you are paying for competent electrical workers, you should be able to prove it to yourself and to your customers.

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How to Apply

Does your business routinely complete Pre-Qualification Questionnaires for Construction Contracts? ...

Compliance Auditing

In the UK there is a statutory requirement for electricians to be competent for the work they carryi...

Your Responsibilities

If you are a Main Contractor. you have the following responsibilities regarding the implementation a...

User Guides

A number of User Guides have been developed for use by the Main Contractor