BEBA Apprentices Shine!
Midlands Electrical Apprentice of the Year winner, Jacob Robinson and Erasmus+ international work experience programme member, Frederick Brant are making themselves and the company very proud. Jacob has now qualified for the National Apprentice of the Year grand finals whilst Frederick has been to the House of Commons to share his six week experience in Spain.
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BEBA Sponsorship! Local team play against Barcelona
Blaby Electrical and Blaby Alarms were pleased to sponsor local team Blaby Bullets at the recent youth World Futsal Cup in Blanes, near Barcelona. Futsal is the fastest growing indoor sport in the world and the game that Neymar, Messi and Ronaldo all played as kids. On Thursday 28th December 2017, Blaby Bullets gave Barcelona a great game and managed to score a couple of goals, all in the BEBA sponsored shirts! It's a great story that a local village team competed well against one of the best clubs in the world...
There could be a few future stars in the team photo shown!
We are now recruiting for a Fire Alarm Engineer
Fire Alarm Engineer
This role involves servicing Fire Alarm and Emergency Lighting Systems with some follow-up remedial work, commissioning of Fire Alarms and fault finding.
With a minimum 3 years experience and broad knowledge of both conventional and addressable fire alarm systems to the current BS5839 Part 1 – 6
This is a full time permanent position, with a call rota system.
Full CRB check /enhanced security screening required payable by our client
Competitive Rate of Pay DOE, Company Van, Mobile Phone and Ipad.
If you are interested in the above position please contact us as we would love to hear from you!
Employee of the Month - June 2018 - Matt Hall
Matt (along with many other engineers) has recently completed a large project to tight deadlines successfully and had some superb feedback from the customer for his work, supervision and skill. The customer was massively impressed with how the work was carried out over this period by everyone involved, so a rightfully earnt thank you to all engineers who worked on this site.
As Matt is almost permanently on this site, we felt his commitment and coordination of the job was honourable of this months 'Engineer of the Month'
Thank You and Well Done Matt.
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How to light your Children’s Rooms:
What kind of lighting is best for children’s rooms? Here are our Top Tips for choosing the right lighting for your Children:
· Safety: Make sure they comply with EU Regs,
· Use low energy lamps with fluorescent or LED bulbs which are cool to touch and cheaper to use.
Teach children to switch off when they leave the room – offer a small reward
· Don’t be tempted by the new Disney film character – they will look dated within a year and a new film will be out. Stick to the soft toy!
A dimmer is useful for babies room, so you don’t plunge them into darkness until they are asleep
· Don’t use lamps with trailing wires within reach of a cot or child’s bed. They might play with them or bite them
· A plug-in moon-glow light is very low cost and allows you to peep in later Coloured spotlights work well with teddies and later on, skateboards. A Hungry Caterpillar light will cost money to replace when it’s outgrown
Place a wall light above the desk or table – Homework time will soon come around and this keeps the space free from a desk lamp.
We hope this helps you to choose, and if you need any professional help in Leicester, to install lights into your wall, or ceiling, or to check your existing lights for safety, just give us a call..