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An installation of two generator’s with a changeover switch on a compost site to run the machinery
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we installed this into a school for a 3 phase solar pannel instalation
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Another year come and gone our annual NICEIC has been carried out to day and given another bill of health
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just completed the dead testing on the electrics at Shoton Hall Academy Schools new outside classroom for AC ELECTRICAL
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New rules on fire safety for landlords 
Smoke and carbon monoxide alarms legally required in all properties 
The Government has announced that, as of October 2015, it will be mandatory for landlords to install working smoke and carbon monoxide (CO) alarms in their properties in a bid to raise safety and reduce the number of deaths from CO incidents in the rental sector. 
The move is expected to prevent some 26 fatalities and 670 injuries per year and is part of wider Government actions being undertaken to ensure there are sufficient measures in place to protect public safety. 
The proposed changes to the law would require landlords to install smoke alarms on every floor of their property, and test them at the start of every tenancy. Landlords would also need to install carbon monoxide alarms in high risk rooms — such as those where a solid fuel heating system is installed. Failure to comply could see landlords face up to a £5,000 civil penalty.
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some of the  things we find on inspection or on call outs where some thing has gone wrong
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some thing dropped across the mains
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