List of Part P Self-Certification Scheme Providers

by Steve on September 25, 2010


Part P Schemes

Here is the list of current Part P Self-Certification Competent Person Scheme Providers;

BRE Certification Ltd

BSI – British Standards Institution

ELECSA Ltd

NAPIT Certification Ltd

NICEIC Certification Services Ltd

Note;  The ECA is a trade association and is not a certification body.  It does not operate its own part P Scheme, however it does support the BRE and ELECSA Schemes listed above.

More info on Part P of The Building Regulations.

Works by Non Self-Cert Installers…

Question–  Can Self-Certifying Electricians carry out Part P Notifications and sign off Test Certificates for work carried out other people?
Answer–  Section 1.28 of Approved Document P does clearly state that a 3rd party may not issue an Installation Certificate.  This may only be issued by the installer responsible for the installation work.  A third party can only sign a Periodic Inspection Report.

You can download the document for free Approved Document P.



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Steve October 8, 2011 at 15:32

Hi Bernard
If you want to do domestic work which includes installation you may want to consider becoming a registered for Self-Certification (Part P).
You can check out the websites of the Self-Cert scheme providers listed above for further info.
I’m with registered with Elecsa and have always found them very helpful.
Hope this helps.
Regards
Steve

Steve October 8, 2011 at 15:29

Hi i am a fully qualified electrician ,i served a 5yr. app. in S.A. I have lived here over 10 years and have my 17th edition-i am 59yrs. I want to do domestic maintenance work now,I can test as i had my own electrical company what do i need, to go out on my own.
Regards
Bernard

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