Competent Persons Scheme
The NICEIC Competent Persons Scheme offers a complete solution to multi-disciplinary contractors such as general builders, who in a single job undertake installations covered by several different Building Regulations in domestic and non-domestic premises.
Once you have met all the requirements, your business will be registered, and can self-certify the work carried out without the need to inform your local Building Control Officer. NICEIC will issue a certificate to the customer and advise the relevant local authority that work has taken place.
NICEIC Contractors will be able to self certify the following areas of work:
Part F - Ventilation
The installation of:
- Extraction systems in buildings such as cooker hoods, canopies, extract fan units in new and existing dwellings
- New or replacement air conditioning units in new and existing dwellings
- New or replacement commercial and industrial extract and supply air systems
Part G – Hygiene (Plumbing)
Part G1 – Cold Water Supply
- The installation of water where drinking water is available.
- The installation of a wash basin, bidet, bath or shower in a bathroom and any sink installed in an area where food is prepared
- Installation of water supply to a sanitary convenience fitted with flushing device
Part G2 – Water Efficiency
- Installation of fittings and fixed appliances that use water efficiently for the prevention of undue consumption of water
Part G3 – Hot Water Supply and Systems
- The installation or replacement of unvented hot water systems and associated discharge pipes in new or existing buildings
Part G4 – Sanitary conveniences and washing facilities
- The new installations of WC’s, urinals and bidets in both new and existing buildings
- The installation of new washbasins, baths and shower trays in both new and exiting buildings
Part G5 – Bathrooms
- The new installation of baths or showers in both new and existing dwellings
- The provision of hot water and piped cold water in both new and existing dwellings
Part G6 – Kitchens and food preparation areas
- The new installation of a sink in areas of food preparation in both new and existing dwellings
Part J – Heating
- Oil - The installation or replacement of oil burning systems and associated flues in new or existing buildings.
- Gas - The installation or replacement of gas systems and associated flues in new or existing buildings
- Solid Fuel - The installation or replacement of solid fuel systems and associated flues in new or existing buildings
- Liquid Fuel - Provision for liquid fuel storage and supply in new or existing buildings.
Part L – Energy Efficiency
- The compliance of installed heating and hot water systems with the Domestic Heating Compliance Guide
- The commissioning of heating and hot water systems
- Installed fixed internal or external lighting.
Part P – Electrical
- Full Scope – installations for fixed low or extra low voltage electrical installations
- Defined Scope – installation of fixed and extra low voltage electrical installations as an adjunct to other work
- Insurance details - for work in domestic dwellings this must be at least £2 million public liability insurance.
- Warranty - enterprises must offer clients a warranty for completed work as being a member of the Building Regulations Scheme.
- Copy of proposed Qualified Supervisor's relevant qualifications. Where formal qualifications do not exist, equivalent qualifications together with relevant experience may be considered.
- All scheme applicants will be expected to have knowledge of the Building Regulations and their application.
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*This information can be provided at a later stage of the application process, however, an appointment will not be booked for an assessment visit until the details have been received.