Electrical Installation Certificates (EICs)
A EIC provides you, as the person responsible for the safety of an electrical installation, with a declaration that the new installation, or alteration or addition, is safe to use at the time it was put into service. A EIC must be issued for all new electrical installations, also It may be required for an alteration or addition to the installation eg a new light circuit to a garage. A copy of the EIC is sent to Local building control and a copy to you the person commissioning the work and Line Electrical also keep a copy.
Minor Electrical Installation Works Certificates (MEIWCs)
Where an alteration or addition is carried out but does not include a new circuit, a MEIWC or an EIC may be used, eg replacement light fittings. This work is not notifiable to building control so you have a copy for your records and Line Electrical keep a copy.
Electrical Installation Condition Report (EICR)
It is a formal document that is produced following an assessment of the electrical installation within a property. It must be carried out by an experienced qualified electrician or approved contractor. Usually this means they will have taken a course covering peridoic inspection and testing and are registered with a scheme provider such as the Elecsa plus has a good working knowledge and experience of electrical installations. Read More
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