Custom installers require access to construction sites on a regular basis; yet an increasing number are being turned away because they do not hold the valid identification documents.
It is now becoming near enough impossible to access a construction site without holding a valid ECS (Electrotechnical Certification Scheme) card. Whether you are a technically qualified manager or a trainee electrician, you will require an ECS card in order to prove your competence to industry standards.
Individuals who are able to present a valid ECS card will not only verify their identity to employers and clients to business contacts and colleagues, but also confirms their awareness of on-site Health and Safety regulations.
As an official ECS Health and Safety assessment centre, CEDIA is committed to ensuring all have the necessary qualifications to work on any UK construction site. Brining the industry’s only Home Technology Integrator ECS related discipline card, applicants who have successfully completed the CEDIA ESC-T and ECS Health and Safety Assessment will be eligible to obtain a ECS card.
Successfully obtaining an ECS card is a simple and effective way in overcoming not being allowed access onto any UK construction site for anyone working in the electrotechnical field in the UK.
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