Electrical remedial works
Emelec's electrical engineers fix faults & risks identified in an EICR.
Specialist remedial work
For electrical compliance
Remedial work must be carried out immediately on any workplace or installation that presents a safety risk.
Effective electrical remedial work is a critical part of an organisation’s health, safety and risk management programme.
Ensuring workplace electrical systems and installations are safe for use requires regular testing and for any issues to be rectified promptly.
To meet your duties under the Health and Safety at Work Act, risks, defects or issues identified in an Electrical Installation Condition Report (EICR), must be fixed immediately through electrical remedial work.
This will help to prevent personnel, customers and visitors being exposed to danger, minimise damage to your equipment and facilities, and avoid liability for fault or negligence.
Emelec’s specialist electrical engineers can carry out all remedial works to fix faults and risks identified in an EICR.
We operate across the UK, providing a fast, reliable and professional service to help you achieve electrical compliance and meet your legal and health and safety duties.
Following completion of the work, we will issue you the required documentation to kept with your EICR as proof of electrical compliance.
For help with electrical remedial work, contact us.
What are electrical remedial works?
Periodic or fixed installation inspections are designed to identify and prevent serious faults within electrical systems. Problems should be detailed in an Electrical Installation Condition Report (EICR) as one of three codes:
Code 1: Danger present – risk of injury and immediate remedial action required
Code 2: Potentially dangerous – urgent remedial action required
Code 3: Improvement recommended
C1 and C2, covering issues such as overload or dangerous conditions, deterioration, damage and defects, result in an unsatisfactory report outcome.
For C3 issues, remedial work is not a legal requirement but is recommended as the code indicates the installation is not meeting the required standard.
Risks, defaults and issues identified under Codes 1 & 2 in an EICR must be fixed promptly through necessary remedial work.
Depending on the problems identified, remedial work could involve repairing, replacing or upgrading electrical systems to ensure ongoing safety as well as continued compliance, such as in response to a change in regulations or standards.
Emergency lighting systems, for example, are a common area of non-compliance where the required current standards are not being met.
What we do
Trusted, reliable, professional & exceptional value for money
Emelec has over 20 years experience in commercial & industrial electrical compliance & testing.
We work with organisations throughout the UK across all types of business premises, from hotels and schools through to retail and leisure buildings, factories and warehouses.
Our focus is on ensuring safety and compliance while minimising disruption to your workplace and operations.
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