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About us

The Electrical Safety Roundtable is a leading industry forum, dedicated to providing innovative research and policy solutions to government and industry as well as expert, independent electrical safety guidance to consumers.

The Roundtable was founded in June 2012 by the Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government (MHCLG) authorised registration body NAPIT in response to widespread concern over poor promotion of competent registered electricians and enforcement of Approved Document P of the Building Regulations.

Since the first meeting, the Roundtable has established two main groups: Electrical Safety in the Home and Electrical Safety in the Workplace. A sub-group of the in the Home group was founded in 2018 to focus on Social Housing.

Our groups meet three times a year to discuss relevant challenges facing the sectors and build consensus around potential solutions to improve electrical safety.

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