Founded by the team behind the successful Rotherham based, electrical solutions and training provider Lowe Group / NECTA; Pennine (Elec-Tech) Ltd offer expert electrical safety guidance, support and training that complements the activities of your business. Our focus is on improving the areas for which you as a Duty Holder, Manager or Engineer are responsible;
Competency and Approval
We use our experience of working in the electrical industry and supporting business health and safety to provide solutions that meet the requirements of the Electricity at Work Regulations 1989 and the needs of your business operationally.
Our aim is to work in the fields of electrical and associated safety responsibilities to support and improve working practice. Using knowledge of working methodology and legislative requirements we strive to increase compliance and competence to create a safe and efficient environment which continually develops and enhances levels of productivity.
From mid 2016 Pennine (Elec-Tech) has merged with Electrical Safety UK Ltd to form a strong partnership within the electrical safety marketplace.
8 training courses found
WHO IS THE COURSE AIMED AT This qualification is aimed at those responsible for the maintenance of electrical equipment and those actively involved in the inspection and testing of electrical equipment. The course is also suitable for those involved with the administrative side of inspection and testing, who may on completion of this course wish to attempt the City and Guilds 2377-32 Level 3 Award in the Management Requirements for the Maintenance of Electrical Equipment (for an additional exam fee).
WHO IS THE COURSE AIMED AT This qualification is primarily aimed at practicing electricians with relevant experience and other allied professionals e.g.
The course focuses on the Health & Safety requirements of persons working in and around Food & Drink manufacturing and servery locations. It alows delegates to obtain the SPA Food & Drink sector safety passport that is increasingly being sought by many employers.
COURSE AIMS The course is aimed at individuals who will be required to undertake work in petrol retail environments. The course aims to: Provide basic information and areas of responsibility for health, safety and the environment Understand the implications of hazard recognition/risk assessment and effects on individuals and the employer Demonstrate how individual behaviour can help reduce accidents.
WHO IS THE COURSE AIMED AT This qualification is intended to provide the delegate with an introduction to initial verification (inspecting and testing new works as well as alterations to and additions to an existing installation). The course is aimed at: practicing electricians who have carried out very little inspection and testing since they qualified; those who need update training before moving onto higher level Inspection and Testing courses; those who have limited experience of inspection and testing who are entering the industry from other engineering disciplines or who are working in allied trades.
WHO IS THE COURSE AIMED AT This qualification is intended to provide the delegate with an in-depth understanding of Periodic Inspection and Testing The course is aimed at: practicing electricians who have carried out very little periodic inspection and testing inspection and testing; those who need update training before moving onto higher level Inspection and Testing courses; those who have limited experience of periodic inspection and testing who are entering the industry from other engineering disciplines or who are working in allied trades. This qualification prepares delegates for the Periodic Inspection and Testing of electrical installations.
The course focuses on the Third Amendment to the 17th Edition Wiring Regulations and covers the content relating to both the published content of the wiring regulations and practical work situations. This course is aimed at electricians, electrical contractors and domestic electrical installers.
This qualification is intended for delegates actively involved in the electrical contracting industry and allied trades who have responsibility for the design, specification, installation and testing processes. It addresses, in particular, the implications of the Wiring Regulations for Electrical Installations.