Proud to announce CHAS accreditation
The Cabling Company are proud to announce that we are now accredited by CHAS (Contractor’s Health and Safety Assessment Scheme. CHAS is a part of the SSIP (Safety Schemes in Procurement) and Its main aims are to reduce health and safety assessment costs and duplication in the supply chain. This accreditation demonstrates our core belief in running our company ethically and in line with the legal health and safety standards. This is the first of many accreditations that we will be looking to attain in 2017 and look forward to providing continued support to current and new clients.
Site Supervisor/Senior Engineer Position Available
Date 13th February 2017
Site Supervisor/Senior Engineer
Location: Witney, Oxfordshire
Salary: Up to £35,000 + (Car Allowance or Car/Van Supplied) + Overtime
When Coverage Isn’t Everything: Ditching Your Outdated Wi-Fi Designs
When your Wi-Fi loses steam and your connection stalls, what is the one thing you look for first? The Wi-Fi icon, of course! We instantly check how many “bars” we have and then wonder why our connection is crawling at a snail’s pace, even when all five (or in some cases, four) bars are lit up in bright green.
The reality is that Wi-Fi signal strength isn’t always the best gauge of network performance. Even network administrators struggle with this contradiction. Almost all administrators use signal strength or “heat maps” to make their initial design for new Wi-Fi installs, and there’s no denying that this is a necessary first step, But building a Wi-Fi network with just signal strength as the primary metric is highly inadequate in today’s mobile-centric world.
Regulations For Fire Resistant Cable Supports - What You Need To Know!
This new amendment is nearing its final stages of release and it follows 2013's Second Amendment. The proposed changes will take effect from 1st January 2015, with new regulations brought into force to tackle the issue of plastic fastenings and fixings.
David Jackson, Sales Director and CNIDP, explains more about the changes ahead and outlines the need for secure and fire resistant products.