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No excuse for unfamiliarity with updated wiring requirements

Last week, the Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET) called on all electrical professionals across the industry to get up to speed with the latest amendments to the IET Wiring Regulations. This comes as the IET Wiring Regulations BS 7671:2008 incorporating Amendment 3:2015 launched on 5th January, and is now available in both print and digital formats.
14th January 2015

Schools are key to success of BBC coding initiative

Prof Will Stewart, Chair of the Institution of Engineering and Technology Communications Policy Panel, commented: “There is a real need to get more young (and older) people to learn about computer coding and to gain a full insight into the concepts of communications between modern computing devices including smartphones and remote services."
9th October 2013

IET introduces Electrical Safety Management Code of Practice

The Institution of Engineering and Technology has launched the Code of Practice for Electrical Safety Management which has been developed by IET Standards. The new Code provides a comprehensive overview of the fundamentals of electrical safety, as well as a systematic process for assessing and managing electrical safety in any business.
3rd October 2013


IET Launch Power Electronics Growth Initiative, PowerelectronicsUK

A new forum focused on raising the profile and importance of the Power Electronics industry has been launched at the Institution of Engineering and Technology. The PowerelectronicsUK forum is an industry-led collaborative initiative facilitated by NMI and supported by the IET, GAMBICA and the ESP KTN in partnership with Government. It aims to ensure that the UK is recognised as a world leader in Power Electronics creating jobs, and attracting investment.
1st May 2013

Businesses urged to adopt a ‘common sense’ approach to health and safety to save UK economy £120 million by 2017

Businesses urged to adopt a ‘common sense’ approach to health and safety to save UK economy £120 million by 2017
Figures released today by the Institution of Engineering and Technology show that businesses are wasting millions of pounds each year by over-maintaining electrical appliances with unnecessary annual tests. By adopting a common sense approach, the IET estimates that businesses could save over £30 million annually and £120 million over the next four years.
23rd November 2012


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