Gas Safe Register is the official list of gas engineers who are qualified to work safely and legally on gas appliances. It replaced CORGI in 2009. By law, all gas engineers must be on the Gas Safe Register, but there are illegal gas fitters out there. Cutting corners with gas can cost lives, so remember – don’t cut corners and always use a Gas Safe registered engineer like JWCI for any site gas work.
Under the CPR it is now mandatory for all structural steel fabrications delivered to site within the European union to carry the CE mark. CE Marking for constituent structural steel products covered by a harmonised European standard or conforming to a European Technical Assessment, became mandatory on the 1st July 2013 and for fabricated structural steelworks one year. This represents a major development for engineers, contractors and steelwork specialists and it demands careful attention to the new laws imposed.
jwciltd.com new responsive website launched!
We’re pleased to announce that we have launched our new website at www.jwciltd.com.
JWCI Ltd’s involvement at the Arla Super Dairy increases thanks to a continued working relationship with Global leader SPX. Chosen by SPX, Staffordshire based process engineers JWCI Ltd, are spearheading work on their pipework projects during the second phase at the super dairy in Aylesbury, UK.
The Construction (Design and Management) Regulations 2007 places legal duties on those involved in construction projects ensuring that rules, regulations and safety procedures are carried out at all times. This ensures the safety of all site contractors, visitors and employees. The appointment of a Principal Contractor is vital and a task not to be taken lightly. Read more
Fourways Stores in Fole, Staffordshire is now open for business 7 days a week to trade and general public!
The new store, at the JWCI site at Fole, opened on Saturday July 19th with some superb launch offers and discounts for those who made the launch weekend.
From 1st July 2014 the regulations surrounding fabricated structural steelwork are changing. It is to become mandatory for all steel fabrications delivered to site to carry the CE mark.
CE marking demonstrates compliance with the appropriate manufacturing standard for a product. The symbol has been widely used for several years in relation to toys and electrical goods, but this change is new to the construction industry. CE marking provides proof that the product meets working and safety requirements and is essentially ‘fit for purpose’.
JWCI Safe Contractor and ISO 9001 Accreditations renewed!
We are please to announce we have once again achieved the standards required for SafeContractor and ISO 9001 accreditation.