Please see below links to the New National Rules for Electrical Installations I.S. 10101

See below https://safeelectric.ie/contractors/new-wiring-rules-is-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:
https://www.nsai.ie/about/news/nsai-publishes-new-national-rules-for-electrical-installations/

NSAI FAQs can be found here:
https://www.nsai.ie/standards/sectors/electrotechnical-standards/national-wiring-rules-faqs/

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.

https://safeelectric.ie/contractors/new-wiring-rules-is-10101/

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
1718 Press Release INFO None 2020-03-02

Download all documents as ZIP : ZIP-File

Access to NSAI eCommittees: Committee Homepage

On 1st September 2019 a new Sectorial Employment Order (S.I. No 251 – 2019) for the Electrical Contracting Sector came into force. This SEO is a statutory legally binding agreement which sets out pay rates and terms and conditions of employment for all categories of Electricians and Apprentices employed by Electrical Contractors in Ireland including all out of state contractors carrying out work in the Republic of Ireland.

Please note that one section of the SEO relating to pension, sick pay and death in service is presently under judicial review and on hold/stay awaiting the court decision. Therefore this section is not currently mandatory but could be backdated to 1st Sept 2019 if and when a judicial decision is made. While this aspect relates to new entrants to the Pension scheme, those employees already in the pension scheme should have their pension payments continued.

Please note that the above mentioned Sectorial Employment Order is the only legitimate Employment Agreement applicable to the Electrical Contracting industry in Ireland and that AECI have no other agreements whatsoever with Connect trade union or any other union. This is despite the fact that Connect Trade Union has recently informed their members otherwise.

In Conclusion AECI are fully supportive of the new SEO for our industry to ensure stability and again confirm that this SEO is the only current agreement between AECI and Connect trade union.

Chris Lundy

Executive Secretary

AECI

 

 

 

UPCOMING ELECTRICAL ESTIMATING COURSE 2019

We are delighted to announce that we will be running an one day Estimating Course on Saturday 5th October in the Maldron Hotel Portlaoise (1 hour from Dublin City https://www.maldronhotelportlaoise.com/location/) from 9am to 4.30 / 5pm approx.

This course will cost €170 per person for AECI Members or €185 for Non Members.

If you are interested in attending this course please contact me at the number below or by email, our office hours are from 9am to 1pm Monday to Friday.

As there is limited availability for this course a deposit of €50 is required on booking to secure your place. Payment can be made by card over the phone or by bank transfer.

If you require further information please do not hesitate to contact me.

 Best Regards,

Erika Murray

Administrator

Association of Electrical Contractors (Ireland)

Woodview Centre, Main Street, Celbridge, Co. Kildare

Phone: +353 (0)1 610 2715

Fax: +353 (0)1 610 2692

SI No 251 of 2019 Sectoral Employment Order (Electrical Contracting Sector) 2019:

Statutory minimum pay, pension and sick pay entitlements for qualified electricians and registered apprentice electricians employed in the electrical contracting sector to come into operation on 1 September 2019. Please see link below for full terms and conditions.

https://dbei.gov.ie/en/Legislation/SI-No-251-of-2019.html

The annual Electrical Trade Show is taking place on Wednesday 11th September 2019 in Citywest Hotel (Kingswood Suite), Saggart, Co. Dublin from 10am to 6.30pm.

Entrance is FREE OF CHARGE so please feel free to spread the word to your colleagues and suppliers..! There will be Tea, Coffee and Biscuits sponsored by WEEE Ireland.

We will have hands on demonstrations by Safe Electric and Technical Seminars which will take place throughout the day (including IS10101 New Wiring Rules update).

Please see a list of some of our Exhibitors to date below (more to follow). Looking forward to seeing you on the day.. 

 

The Labour Court has made it’s decision (see link below) however AECI have been on to them seeking a more detailed explanation of the full terms and conditions.

Briefly it looks like a 2.7% increase from September 2019 across the board (electricians & apprentices)with Pension & Sick Pay included.  The Minister Pat Breen now brings this to both houses of the Oireachtas for approval before signing it into law, which could take some weeks.

Please go into the link below and we will update you with any further information.

https://dbei.gov.ie/en/News-And-Events/Department-News/2019/May/10052019.html

CHRIS LUNDY

EXECUTIVE SECRETARY

AECI

The Labour Court has responded to our submission in respect of a Sectoral Employment Order (SEO) for the Electrical Contracting Industry (please see full letter below).

The Labour Court will hear all parties “… appearing to the Court to be interested and desiring to be heard” at a sitting as indicated below:

DATE OF SITTING : THURSDAY 14th MARCH 2019

TIME: 11.30am

VENUE: THE LABOUR COURT, LANSDOWNE HOUSE, LANSDOWNE ROAD, BALLSBRIDGE, DUBLIN 4.

Letter from Labour Court re hearing Thursday 14th March