Legrand member of SAFEhouse Association

Legrand, the specialist in design, manufacture and implementation of electrical installations and information networks, has become a proud member of the South African SAFEhouse Association.  Luk Ivens, general manager of Legrand SA says they are happy to be part of this independent association where local organisations in the electrical sector come together and are committed to creating a strong brand of quality and safety.  

Legrand SA has recently become a member of the South African SAFEhouse Association. Concluding this agreement in Legrand’s showroom are Luk Ivens, general manager, Legrand Southern Africa (left) and Pierre Nothard, chairman of the SAFEhouse Association.
  Established in 2012, SAFEhouse Association addresses the prevalence of sub-standard electrical products in South Africa, that often do not conform to local regulations.  “In the absence of local regulations, members of this association undertake to comply with accredited international standards.”  Members pledge responsible ethics, quality and safety of every product and service to their customers. The association strives to protect the users of electrical systems,  exposing non-compliance and enforces its code of conduct to protect the interests of its members. Their association also encourages environmental protection and is committed to working with the National Regulator for Compulsory Specifications (NRCS) and the South African Bureau of Standards (SABS). They strive to give the local market assurance of reliable and quality products that are safe to use. In the event of a safety defect, members inform customers and replace the faulty product and take responsibility for every product or service provided by them. Contact: www.legrand.co.za


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