Accreditations

Fully accredited engineering services in the South East of England

We are proud of the accreditations we have earned over the years.
Mitsubishi Partner
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Mitsubishi Partner

The Mitsubishi Electric Partner Programme is open to all air conditioning businesses who share their values and standards – large or small. They have created 2 types of partner – Accredited Installer and Business Solutions Partner to reflect the size of the partner’s business. These partner types do not reflect any form of commercial bias on their part, they are a straight-forward reflection on the business’s stage of growth.

They measure candidate partners against the following three key qualification criteria and review their status on a 6 monthly basis:

  • Corporate stability – Is the partner company financially stable and does it have a strong trading relationship with Mitsubishi Electric? Will it be around in the future to support the lifecycle of the customer’s air-conditioning requirements?

  • Adherence to standards – Is the partner company capable of meeting the Mitsubishi Electric Partner Programme Standards and can it form part of an enhanced business proposition to end-users?

  • People and skills – Is the partner company committed to training and professional development of its employees and sub-contractors, both in Mitsubishi Electric equipment as well as wider industry standards such as refrigerant handling?

JJ Engineering Co. is pleased to have achieved Business Solutions Partner status with Mitsubishi in 2010.

NICEIC – Approved Contractor

JJ Engineering Co. demonstrates commitment to quality electrical work with NICEIC approval.

JJ Engineering Co. is pleased to announce that it has successfully undergone regular assessment since 1988 with leading voluntary electrical safety regulator NICEIC, and is an approved contractor/domestic installer. This means that JJ Engineering Co. has demonstrated its ability to competently inspect and test electrical installations, and carry out work that complies with Building Regulations and meets national safety standards.

Paul Kidley of JJ Engineering Co., who undergoes annual inspections by the NICEIC to ensure the firm continues to meet standards said: “JJ prides itself on providing a quality service to customers, and our approval by the NICEIC demonstrates our commitment to carrying out electrical work to a high
standard.”

All contracts carried out by JJ Engineering Co. will receive a certificate with a traceable serial number, which confirms the work has been carried out in accordance with national safety standard BS 7671 (IEE Wiring Regulations). For electrical work that must comply with Part P of the Building Regulations, a building notification certificate will be sent to the householder within 30 days of the work being completed.
NICEIC – Approved Contractor
BESA quality standards

BESA quality standards

BESA has a proud heritage, having been established in 1904 as the National Association of Master Heating and Domestic Engineers. BESA has been known by several names through the years, most notably as the Heating and Ventilating Contractors’ Association (HVCA) for nearly 50 years. We have evolved to reflect the changing needs of our members and the sector, and in 2012 we rebranded to the Building & Engineering Services Association (B&ES) to reflect the growing range of specialisms covered by our members. Now trading as BESA.

The badge of quality attained through BESA’s independent competence assessment signals the professional standards to which we operate. The health and safety assessment carried out as part of our membership safeguards our business, employees and customers.

    Refcom Elite Scheme

    Best Practice in Refrigerant Management means working to industry Codes of Practice and in compliance with all current legislation to ensure containment of refrigerant of any type. Work activities covered includes installation, commissioning, servicing, maintenance, leak checking and decommissioning on any kind of stationary refrigeration, air conditioning or heat pump equipment.
    Their objective is to encourage employers to operate entirely to industry best practice; for them to be environmentally aware and to operate entirely in compliance with current legislation; for their operatives to be suitably trained and competent to carry out their work in accordance with Company procedures. They achieve this by administering the voluntary Refcom Elite scheme, a set of high professional standards recognised by The Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Industry Board (ACRIB) and the RAC Industry.

    Refcom Elite Scheme
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    For more information on our accredited engineering services, call our team on: 
    020 8595 6076.

    We operate throughout Essex and the South East.
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