Established in 2007, Circuit Compliance was created with the express purpose of carrying out routine maintenance on portable equipment and fixed electrical installations for organisations nationwide, making your life easier.
We do all the hard work so you don’t have to worry and have the peace of mind knowing that you’re fully compliant.
With a market presence of over 20 years, we’re proud to say that we provide the high-quality electrical compliance services that organisations need throughout the UK, working with a range of key customers. We’re widely recognised within the industry, offering testing services such as emergency lighting, fire alarms and fire extinguishers, as well as remedial works, initial verification, thermal imaging and hazardous area inspection and testing – so we’ve got you covered!
It doesn’t matter where you’re based in the UK as we operate nationwide, employing highly qualified staff only using the latest available technology to ensure that our services are fast, relevant and reliable and that data can be uploaded and processed to suit our clients’ own requirements.
All work carried out by Circuit Compliance is managed by qualified specialists, guaranteeing that our work is of the highest standard, so you can be rest assured you’re in good hands.
All our engineers are DBS checked to enhanced disclosure level.
We currently manage a wide range of multi-site contracts within both the private and public sectors, ranging from educational institutions and police forces through to NHS sites, national retail chains and corporates, meaning we can tailor our services to meet your needs no matter what the industry.
At Circuit Compliance, we are accredited across numerous areas to ensure that you are receiving a top of the range, fully qualified service, including:
The Electricity at Work Regulations 1989 requires that maintenance of fixed electrical installations and portable appliances is scheduled and carried out by all employers, and also that regular inspections are made to ensure safety in the working environment.
The regulations state clearly that responsibility for ensuring the safety of employees rests with the employer.
These regulations extend to both social and private landlords. If you let property, you must ensure that the electrical system and all appliances supplied are safe. Failure to comply with the Electrical Equipment (Safety) Regulations 1994 and The Consumer Protection Act 1987 is a criminal offence.