By:brightwebtv.com/Nana asare barimah
The Energy Commission today 26th March 2019 organized its 11th certificate award ceremony to the Certified Electrical Wiring Professionals(CEWPs) and Certified Electrical Wiring Inspectors at the GNAT HALL Kumasi in the Ashanti Region to put up a good service to the general public.
In an interview with the Programmes Officer for Energy Commission Mr.Stephen N-ebe Yomoh stated that,this award is to be given to its graduands of Certified Electrical Wiring Professionals to help give out a clean job to the public to help reduce the high rate of fire out break in our homes.
He said,out of the 1,055 candidates who registered and sat for various categories of the Nov/Dec 2018 electrical wiring examination nationwide, 783 representing about 74.2% have passed through a sensitive procedures to work to out there to provide a good service to the public.
He said over 20 personnels of its members have been seized to work with an immediate effect due to the unprofessional job given out on the field to the public.
He further adviced the general public to look for a certified personnel who owned a certified certificate of the Energy Commission licence on the field of work to help maintain a clean,long lasting service to help reduce fire out break in the country as professional wiring is concern to the public.
On the part of the Ghana National Fire Service Mr Francis Darko who is the divisional Officer grade 2 of the Ghana National fire service Regional operations officer who represented the Fire department also charged the graduands to use quality and durable electrical cables to avoid fire outbreaks.
He warned dealers of electrical cables and accessories to stop selling inferior electrical products in the market.
He noted that electricians had been blamed for not carrying out jobs professionally and it was because of the inferior quality of some products in the market.
We wish to state clearly that we will, in partnership with the commission and the Ghana Standards, Authority, ensure that only materials that meet the Ghanaian standards are procured and used for wiring.
We shall reject all inferior products on your shelves. We will not buy them,” he noted.
Source:brightwebtv.com/Derrick EKo)ba Gyasi