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ECS card forgery crack-down
The JIB has asked the industry to be alert in checking that people hold genuine ECS cards, to help eliminate card forgery. Anyone caught amending their ECS card will have their original card cancelled with immediate effect, and the JIB will not accept any application for further cards from the card holder for six years.
Changed your details recently? Let us know!
If you’ve moved house or changed any other contact details since you last renewed or applied for your card, please let us know! Otherwise you may not receive your card renewal reminder...
Tax refunds hit half million mark
Are you eligible for a tax refund? The partnership between the JIB and tax refund specialist RIFT has seen over £500,000 from HMRC given back to ECS cardholders in just over twelve months.
Prove your competence with the ECS card
The CSCS-affiliated card for the electrical industry
Whether a technically qualified operative or manager or just starting out at trainee level, if you are
involved in electrical work you need to be able to demonstrate your competence to the industry standards.
ECS is the occupational card scheme for UK electrotechnical workers. An ECS card demonstrates your competence
and shows evidence of your training against the recognised standards for the electrical industry. There are
currently over 100,000 registered ECS cards holders in the UK.
Holding an ECS card proves your identity, your qualification status and main electrical occupation, your
awareness of UK health & safety, as well as any additional disciplines in which you are skilled to work.
ECS stands for Electrotechnical Certification Scheme – and the scheme is recognised by and affiliated to
the CSCS for Construction workers as the equivalent competence card scheme for the specialist electrotechnical
workforce in the UK.
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