JD Electrical and Mechanical Services are fully committed to promoting a safe working environment and healthier lives.
We proudly meet all industry standard health and safety policies and procedures. Our aim is to maintain an incident and injury free work place for all.
The Directors and management consider that the health and safety and the impact they have on the working environment of their employees, is of paramount importance to the company achieving consistently high standards.
We regard our health and safety obligations as a core business principle, it is therefore, the policy of JD Electrical and Mechanical Services to develop a health, safety and environmental awareness culture throughout the company.
We are committed to taking all reasonable precautions for the prevention of injuries and ill health to our employees, sub-contractors and others who may be affected by our work activities. Our staff strive to create a safe working environment that also prevents any damage or loss of property to any plant or equipment. We proactively work with clients, designers, contractors and our supply chain as well as feedback from our work force to ensure that there are zero incidents.
Our Health and Safety Manager monitors and reviews the company’s policies and procedures and regularly audits our sites to ensure we remain compliant with the highest standard expected that comply with the latest legislation. All our staff are trained to the required industry standards and are fully converse with the companies Health, Safety and Environmental policies and procedures.
We hold a number of Safety Schemes in Procurement (SSIP) certificates including Contractors Health and Safety Assessment Scheme (CHAS), SAFE Contractor and Trade Accreditations with the NICEIC, ECA and Constructionline.
- Lighting design and installations
- Emergency lighting and fire alarm systems
- Computer and data lines
- CCTV and surveillance
- Solar PV installations
- Intelligent lighting control
- LED energy efficient lighting
- Energy management systems