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ritey, currently in an electrical job at the mo. a freind wants me to do a few odd jobs in a restuarant in a shopping complex. Basically I wana be legit to an extent but cost effective. Work includes changing light fittings (no new circuits, nothing major) etc.

In order for me to be legit, wat do I need to do. I guess I need to have public liabilty insurance? do I need to register as a company? do I need to register with a scheme like niceic, elesca , napit? secondly does commerical properties fall under part P i.e restaurant/kitchen ?

any advice would be much appreciated

regards luke
 
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Hi mate,

Part P only applies to residential dwellings and not commercial or industrial installations.

Public liability insurance is a must these days.

As for the schemes you dont have to be registered to do ANY electrical work, although belonging to one is one way of proving competence.

You may want to check with the establishments insurance company and see what they require.

Some argue that if they havent asked for an NIC/ECA etc contractor then there is no reason why you cant do the work.
 

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