Posts tagged “Commercial electrical installations”

Emergency exit light signal in green on black background
In dangerous situations emergency lighting can help people to reach safety as quickly as possible. 
 
However, a recent report says that more than four out of 10 businesses in England don’t have appropriate emergency lighting. 
 
Back in 2018, another report looking at more than 1,500 of England’s high-rise social housing blocks said that over a third of them had inadequate emergency lighting. 
We recently worked with our colleagues at Chillaire to install destratification fan units in a large factory. 
 
When the temperature reaches a certain level, these units will force the warm air back down into the factory for more efficient heating. 
 

Electrical installation for HVAC 

We have been working with Chillaire for many years to provide a single solution for their customers. This approach is becoming popular across Europe, according to a recent report. 
Logistics businesses all around the country have seen increased demand, even before we started to shop and work from home during the last year. 
 
The Office for National Statistics says that internet shopping accounted for more than a quarter of all our retail spending in September 2020. 
 
MSE has been working at warehouse and distribution sites across the country to help them meet this growing demand with improved electrical installations and lighting. 
The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) is carrying out spot checks and inspections to make sure businesses are COVID-secure across the country. 
 
They are calling and visiting premises to speak with employers. They are checking the measures they have in place and making sure they are working in line with government guidance
 
Inspectors are helpfully giving advice on how to manage the risks and protect workers, customers and visitors, but there’s a sting in the tail. Businesses that don’t participate in the spot checks could be subject to enforcement action. 
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Public sector organisations can apply for a share of the government’s £1billion funding for improved energy efficiency. 
 
This month the Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) department launched the Public Sector Decarbonisation (PSD) scheme. Applications are now open for eligible organisations until 11 January 2021. 
The new Wiring Regulations have introduced changes that focus on surge protection to help improve safety in our homes and commercial premises. 
 
An electrical surge, or ‘transient overvoltage’, is a brief voltage peak between two or more conductors. A surge can be just a few volts or thousands of volts. 
We’ve recently had some challenges to find and fix faults in commercial electrical installations. 
 
Electrical systems are often complicated and tailored to a business’s needs. 
 
If you’re not the electrician who did the original installation, it can be quite difficult to track down the root cause of a problem. 
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