With Analogue Electrics Ltd you can be sure you’re in safe hands.
Certificated by the British Approvals of Fire Equipment (BAFE), choosing AEL’s Fire & Security service for your system installation and maintenance ensures you have independent proof of competence and therefore receive the highest standard of work.
British Approvals of Fire Equipment – BAFE
An independent inspectorate body, BAFE inspects fire companies to ensure their systems and services comply with the required standards to install and maintain professional fire systems. Analogue Electrics Ltd has passed the high standards of BAFE, ensuring you have a professional service and system in place with the added peace of mind that you are covered.
The Regulatory Reform Order (Fire Safety) which is law, states that you should select a supplier for fire safety who can prove their competence. Using a BAFE approved company is an ideal way of satisfying this requirement as the Government, insurance companies, the Fire Brigade and other organisations recognise BAFE approved companies as competent in their field of expertise.
On completion of a fire system installation, you will receive a Certificate of Conformity to pass onto your insurance company.
Contractors Health & Safety Assessment Scheme – CHAS
The Contractors Health and Safety Assessment Scheme (CHAS) provide an approved list of contractors who qualify to a high standard of health and safety working practices, assessed against government legislation with the aim to improve health and safety standards across Great Britain.
We have been approved by CHAS for many years so you can be sure our compliance to current standards and legislation is up to date.
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NICEIC Approved Contractor
NICEIC’s Approved Contractor Scheme is designed to maintain and publish a register of electrical contractors that have been assessed against a specific set of competency requirements, in particular the national electrical safety standard BS 7671 the IET Wiring Regulations.