Previously at ABB for over 10 years, Dean Fairburn joined Boddingtons Electrical Ltd over 8 months ago as the C&I Channel Manager for UK and Ireland.
Dean's responsibilities cover the commercial aspects for Boddingtons Electrical in the UK and Ireland market, and the area sales managers and support manager report to him.
Dean also covers our valued customers in the following postcodes, WR, TR, TQ, TA, SP, SN, PL, OX, HR, GL, EX, DT, BS, BA, SA NP, LD and CF
Louise Byrne has been another stalwart employee with Boddingtons Electrical Ltd for the last 18+ years.
Louise has over 30 Years Customer relations experience and has now moved into her new role as the Sales Support Manager
Louise is also responsible for the Irish market covering both Northern and Southern Ireland.
Louise has supported Boddingtons Sales department in her role as coordinator focusing on building customer relations and technical support.
David has 40+ years of experience in Manufacturing and Distribution.
For the last 18 years, David has been a pillar with Boddingtons Electrical Limited previously covering the whole of the UK. David's refined geographical territory now covers the following postcodes WD , WC, W, UB, TW, SW, SM, SE, RM, NW, N, KT, IG, HA, EN, EC, E, DA, CR, BR, TN, SS, SO, SL, SG, RH, RG, PO, NR, ME, LU , IP, HP , GU, CT, CO , CM, BN, BH ,and AL
We are putting the finishing touches to our new Commercial and Industrial 1st Edition catalogue which can be requested from our head office, and via our distribution network.
For the last 20 years, Boddingtons Electrical Ltd has been at the forefront of insulated hand tool manufacturing, producing high-quality tools that meet the most demanding needs of trade professionals, tested to International Standard IEC60900.
At our factory located in Great Notley, Essex, United Kingdom, where our insulated tools are engineered to offer leading performance, high quality, durability, accuracy, and strength, all of which are key requirements for professional results.
Boddingtons Electrical Ltd is not just a manufacturer but an innovator. We are constantly introducing new products with outstanding features to our range, to provide added value for the industries that we serve.
In October 2021, Boddingtons Electrical Ltd was acquired by the SICAME group.
In July 2022, Boddingtons Electrical Ltd became the appointed UK C&I hub for other Sicame Brands including CATU, Mecatraction, Safak, SBI Connectors, and product selections from Claved and Seifel.
Boddingtons Electrical Ltd is pleased to announce the appointment of a new C&I Area Sales Manager Jamie Smart.
Jamie's arrival gives support to our valued customers in the following postcodes, WV, WS, WN, WA, TF, ST, SK, PR, OL, ML, AL, FY, DY, DE, CW, CV, CH, AB, LB, BB, SY, LL, TD, PH, PA, ML, KY, KA, GF, KE, HD, G, DD, AB, IV, KW, HS, and ZE.
Jamie has 12+ years in electrical & electronic manufacturing working for distributors, wholesalers & manufacturers.
EN IEC 61482-2:2020 supersedes IEC 61482-2:2009.
This part of EN 61482 specifies requirements and test methods applicable to materials and garments for protective clothing for electrical workers against the thermal hazards of an electric arc. Electric shock hazards and other effects like noise, light emissions, pressure rise, hot oil, the consequences of physical and mental shock or toxic influences are not covered by this standard. Protection of eyes, face, head, hands, and feet against electric arc hazard fall outside the scope of this standard.
UK Conformity Assessed Marking Regime: Support for Business
These measures are as follows:
Government will reduce re-testing costs for UKCA certification, by allowing certificates provided by EU (European Union) conformity assessment bodies (CABs) issued before the end of this year to be used as a basis for UKCA marking certification—including a specific arrangement for construction products, via the Department for Levelling Up, Housing and Communities. This will prevent duplication and immediate increased costs for businesses.
Government will make clear there is no need to re-test existing imported stock, as these products will be considered already placed on the Great Britain (GB) market. This will prevent the costly, and unnecessary re-labelling of existing stock for businesses.
Government will make clear that spare parts that repair or replace goods already on the GB market can meet the same requirements as the goods that they repair or replace. This will allow products and goods requiring spare parts to continue to be maintained.
Government will allow the UKCA marking and importer details to be added to products using a sticky label or on an accompanying document until 31 December 2025. This will allow business to adjust their product design to accommodate marking changes at a convenient and cost-effective time.
The Government intend to lay secondary legislation before the end of the calendar year to give effect to the changes for labelling and testing. Our guidance will be updated to reflect our changes to spare parts and existing stock.
These measures are being implemented to address the concerns we have heard through working closely with industry. Officials in the Department for Business Energy and Industrial Strategy, in collaboration with other Departments, will continue to engage actively with industry and support their preparations ahead of the full introduction of UKCA rules at the end of 2022.
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