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Hi guys ,

So i’ve been offered some work by a local reputable builder on a site of new builds local to me , some of which involves carrying out EIC’s once completed . My query is that am I ok to complete the certs even on properties I haven’t worked in ? I can see the install at all stages including after first fix to check cable runs etc . I have been advised that three part forms are the way to go as I can get the design and install parts countersigned by the lads doing the work . I’m registered with Stroma and only ever certify my own stuff , it’s not something I’ve been asked before and want to make sure I’m going down the right channels that’s all . Any input or advise on this would be greatly appreciated ,
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