Aaron HV has gained a new NICEIC certification that will allow it to extend its service offering, providing further support to sister companies Aaron Rail and Aaron Access.
The certification confirms that Aaron HV is technically capable of carrying out electrical installation work in line with BS7671 (IET Wiring Regulations), a widely recognised code of practice relating to Low-Voltage and Extra-Low-Voltage installations.
Armed with this new accreditation (which is part of NICEIC’s Approved Contractor and Domestic Installer Schemes), High Voltage engineering specialist Aaron HV is now able to support Aaron Rail and Aaron Access by undertaking electrical installation work on commercial, industrial and domestic buildings.
Commenting on the achievement, Aaron HV’s Director Daniel Ferguson, said: “We are delighted to have gained this NICEIC certification, which will allow us to increase our service offering and better support our sister companies.
“It’s an important accreditation, both in terms of assuring our customers that work will be carried out in accordance with a key code of practice, and the growth and continued success of the business.”
Co-published by the Institute of Engineering and Technology (IET) and The British Standards Institution (BSI), BS7671 is a safety standard and framework for the UK electrical industry.
For Aaron HV (which specialises in high-voltage power system projects) the certification opens up new opportunities involving a range of buildings.