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NICEIC electrician produces certificate years after job

Discussion in 'Electrics UK' started by taz777, 20 Mar 2011.

  1. taz777

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    The NICEIC told me there was. I was categorically told by their customer services that NICEIC members must forward a copy of the certificate to them within 7 days of the certificate being issued.

    Either they are right or they are wrong. Obviously I don't work in the industry so I can only go by what professional bodies tell me.
     
  2. ban-all-sheds

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    Maybe they're talking about Building Regulations notification.
     
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    Quite possibly.
     
  5. 1john

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    Being with the NICEIC I can confirm that you have 28 days from completion of job to notify them of a job, no certificates are required for this, I suppose you dont even have to do one but certs/reports are inspected on annual inspection.
     
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    nothing :cry: as usual
     
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