This free to access, online event will be chaired by Claire Heyes, CEO of the Association of Safety and Compliance Professionals. Speaker Andy Reakes, Head of Growth for the Joint Industry Board & Electrotechnical Certification Scheme will discuss the latest on competence, the recommendations of the ECS Competence Steering Groups and the solutions which exist to give greater visibility of competence in the workforce.
Date: Tuesday 13 April
Time: 10.00 – 10.45am
Covering more than 175,000 individuals, the Electrotechnical Certification Scheme (ECS) verifies the identity, qualifications, experience and health and safety awareness of those in the sector. Through ECS Check, those concerned with electrical safety can verify their workforce, in real time and throughout supply chains, to ensure necessary competence levels.
“ECS Check provides a structured framework of competency and enables greater visibility for clients to show projects are being carried out by qualified personnel in all levels of the supply chain. Digital solutions like ECS Check identify where apprenticeships are in place to bring through the talent of future generations and prevent the race to the bottom in employment standards and training.” Andy McDonald MP, Shadow Secretary of State for Employment Rights and Protections.
To sign up for the event email Janet Till