As the face of Elecheck, our
engineers take pride in maintaining our prestigious reputation and
upholding our client commitment.
We value the importance of the simple things. That’s why our engineers will:
- Arrive on site at a time that’s convenient to you
- Greet the site contact and explain the work to be carried out
- Adhere to all health and safety requirements for your site
- Act politely and courteously at all times
- Aim to minimise disruption to operations and people whilst on site
- Inform the site contact of any dangers identified during works
- Report to the site contact on job completion to check they are happy with the work
- Are trained and qualified to relevant standards for their discipline
- Have undergone Discloure and Barring Service (DBS) Enhanced checks
- Are smartly dressed in Elecheck branded uniform and carry ID badges
- Are pleased to work outside regular hours if required
- Undergo regular Quality Assurance checks by Engineering Supervisors
Please visit our testimonials page for feedback on the quality of our workmanship.
Meet our Engineering Supervisors
of the key responsibilities of our Engineering Supervisors is to help
oversee around 40 engineers and undertake regular quality assurance
checks to maintain high technical and performance standards.
also carry out electrical surveys to ensure we provide our clients with
accurate fixed wire testing quotations, discussing specific client
requirements and anticipating any access or operational issues which may
arise whilst on site.
A typical day
- 7:00am: Our Supervisor arrives on site for a national retail client, where one
of our engineers is carrying out Portable Appliance Testing. After
introducing themselves and receiving feedback from the site contact,
they begin a 72 point Quality Audit on the engineer and the standards of
her work, which is fed back to the head office after completion.
At his next visit, our supervisor meets the Estates Manager for a large
University to carry out a fixed wire testing survey. Although he’d
already received a rough circuit count from the client, we establish
that a number of the distribution boards had been missed, which could
have caused a significant increase in the estimated cost of the works.
On the way back to Head Office, he speaks with one of our clients to
provide advice on their emergency lighting testing regime.
With a large electrical testing job requiring 12 engineers to be
undertaken during the weekend, the Supervisor meets with the account
manager and engineering team working on the project. This is to finalise
the planned programme of work and confirm we are suitably prepared to
complete the work in the short timescale required by the client.