1. Electrical Safety Council rebrands as Electrical Safety First with David Walliams

    The Electrical Safety Council has rebranded as Electrical Safety First and in a blaze of publicity, comedian David Walliams is to voice new Charley Says films. Through a series of new adventures and near misses Charley the cat and his hapless young owner will teach the need for electrical safety in the home by highlighting what not to do. Continue reading →
  2. ESC tackles need for improved traceability in product recalls

    Product recalls is a subject we regularly visit on this blog. A recent Electrical Safety Council (ESC) round table attracted a host of senior figures from the electrical product supply chain, to discuss issues around traceability and product recall. The event – a follow up to the ESC’s Product Safety Conference, which took place last year - was attended by representatives from Bosch, Beko, Kenwood, Dixons, AMDEA, Retra and BEAMA; as well as key figures from the Department of Business, Innovation and Skills, ANEC (the European voice on standards), the British Standards Institute and Trading Standards. Continue reading →
  3. ESC Wants Tougher Sanctions on Product Recall Systems

    The Electrical Safety Council (ESC) is pushing for harsher penalties on companies who don’t reinforce electrical product recall policies. Continue reading →
  4. Surge In Brits Carrying Out DIY Electrical Work

    We know money’s tight right now – but never do electrical work in your house unless you know what you’re doing. Continue reading →
  5. ESC Begins Electrical Safety Register Campaign

    The Electrical Safety Register aims to let the public have access to qualified, local electricians and thanks to a new campaign, millions around the UK are now aware of the scheme. Continue reading →
  6. ESC Carries out Christmas Raids on Faulty Electrical Appliances

    The Electrical Safety Council (ESC) continued its campaign to crackdown on faulty electrical goods with raids on shops over the Christmas period. Continue reading →
  7. ECA Reports Decline in Turnover for Electrical Contractors

    Many electricians may be facing a tough Christmas this year. Continue reading →
  8. ESC Debuts New Landlord/Student Electrical Safety Guides

    The Electrical Safety Council has recently began a new campaign to highlight the dangers of electricity to both landlords and tenants, producing two extremely useful downloadable guides which offer extensive advice. Continue reading →
  9. Register Sparks Controversy Between NAPIT, ESC and ECA

    It seems a war of words may be brewing between several electrical bodies over the new Electrical Safety Register. Continue reading →
  10. Introducing The Electrical Safety Register

    The electrical industry is set to change like never before. Continue reading →
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