I hope this email finds you safe and well. Please see email below from Matt Burton, Philips re Free Connected Lighting Webinar hosted by Voltimum.
I hope you are all well during these unprecedented times.
A short note that we are hosting a free webinar for all electrical Installers/Contractors, next Friday 3rd April at 13:00. This is being hosted by Voltimum and I encourage your members to come and join us to develop their knowledge around Connected Lighting and self-commissioning our Interact Pro system.
The registration link is below. It will last for circa 1 hour with opportunity for live Q&A.
Please could you share with your members and let me know if you have any questions or would like anything further. We are here to support you and your members as much as possible.
Stay safe and we look forward to sharing more digital engagement opportunities until we can resume our face to face events with you.
Trade & Specification Channel Marketing & Operations Manager UK&I
+44 7900 428373
Philips Centre, Guildford Business Park, Guildford, Surrey, GU2 8XG
We have had a number of emails / phone calls regarding the Coronavirus and its effect on business and employment. The only advise that we can follow at the present time is what the government have published, please see the link below in regard to same along with a link to the HSE website regarding the Coronavirus on how to protect yourself and others you come into contact with.
We will update you as soon as we made aware of any changes / updates, we understand that this is a worrying time for employers and employees.
Please see below links to the New National Rules for Electrical Installations I.S. 10101
AECI in conjunction with NSAI & Safe Electric will be resuming the seminars on I.S. 10101 and we can confirm these dates shortly.
NSAI have released today the press release for the New National Rules for Electrical Installations. This can be found on our NSAI webpage:
NSAI FAQs can be found here:
Attached is a copy of the NSAI press release, the CRU flow diagram and the Safe Electric Roadshow flyer.
The link below will bring you to the Safe Electric website where you will find FAQs.
Instead of circulating the CRU transition memo (N1714 & N1715) this information is now on the Safe Electric website which you can share with your members.
|N Number||Title (Description)||Exp. Action||Due Date||Version Date|
|1720||Final Safe Electric Roadshow flyer 3||INFO||None||2020-03-02|
|1719||CRU Flow Chart (replaces N 1716)||INFO||None||2020-03-02|
Download all documents as ZIP : ZIP-File
Access to NSAI eCommittees: Committee Homepage
We are delighted to announce that the winner of our first Membership Draw was the Tritech Group, congratulation from all the Staff and Council Members at AECI.
We would like to thank all our members for their support and for supporting the Electrical Contracting Industry.
Council Members and non- Council Members
Representation on behalf of AECI 2020
Brian Flanagan NSAI ETC (Electro Technical Council) Overseeing all TC’s (Technical Committees)
Colm Walsh NSAI IS3217 Emergency Lighting Standards / EIFI / Solas / NJIC
Brian Hickey NSAI TC2 National Wiring Rules ( IS 10101)
Dermot Mc Clannon Jnr. NSAI TC4 Switchgear
Keith Ennis NSAI TC6 Equipment for Potentially Explosive Atmospheres
Michael O Hara NSAI High Voltage Field
Mattie Ryan Safe Electric / RECI Chairman
Darren Kinsella EVCIA (Electric Vehicle Chargers Installers Association)
Chris Lundy RECI / CRU / SOLAS / EIFI / NJIC / Connect Trade Union
Seamus Byrne, Mick Costello & Michael Kelly – Tendering & Contracts:
G.C.C.C. (Government Construction Contracts Committee)
AECI (Association of Consulting Engineers)
SCSI (Society of Chartered Surveyors of Ireland)
EIFI (Electrical Industry Federation)
CIF (Construction Industry Federation)
For your information, Part L, Technical Guidance Documents L and Energy Performance of Buildings Directive Regulations relating to Electric Vehicle Recharging Infrastructure and Building Automation and Control Systems have been published for Public Consultation on the DHPLG website.
The link to the public consultation documents is provided below:
The closing date for submissions is the 5th February 2020.
We held a seminar entitled “New National Rules for Electrical Installations IS:10101” presented by Mr. Tim O Connor from RECI / Safe Electric on Wednesday 13th November in the Connacht Hotel Galway. The day was a great success with a great attendance. Many thanks to the Presenter and to all who attended this event. We hope to do a similar Seminar in Cork in January 2020, we will keep you updated.