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Join our webinar: Understand Electrical Duty Holder Responsibilities 

May. 6 2020

Compliance can feel like a minefield. With the responsibility of electrical compliance sitting with the duty holder, it can be difficult to really understand your responsibilities, but Bureau Veritas is here to support you with any challenges your business may face.

As part of this, we’re hosting a webinar to demystify the complications of electrical duty holder responsibilities.

Join our Technical Expert, Michael Kenyon, for a technical insight into electrical legislation and what you need to know to maintain compliance. The webinar will cover topics including:

  • Legislation
  • Duty holder responsibilities
  • Electrical safety
  • Competency
  • Testing and inspection
  • Compliance strategy

There will also be an opportunity to ask questions to Michael Kenyon, who heads up our specialist electrical team as part of the renowned Bureau Veritas Technical Centre. With the current situation and organisations navigating their way through this pandemic, professionals can take this opportunity to develop on their CPD and Michael will be covering topics that will support professionals in doing just that.

Expert support from a trusted partner

Michael said: “With businesses facing increased competition and pressure to drive efficiencies, achieving compliance and meeting best practice standards concerning electrical installations is more important than ever. It can prevent injury or death, reduce the risk of damage to buildings, improve engagement amongst employees and reduce costs too, by minimising downtime for maintenance and repair. In many cases, it is also required to validate insurance premiums.

“As a global leader in testing, inspection and certification, we offer a wide range of services to help our clients achieve their objectives. This webinar is the latest in a programme of educational activities and initiatives designed to support duty holders in understanding how to meet their statutory and non-statutory responsibilities to reduce risk within the organisation.”

The webinar will be held from 12noon on Wednesday 20th May. It is free to join but requires registration in advance. Simply follow the instructions below to secure your place.