Iarnród Éireann requires the services of personnel on a temporary basis to supplement its core staff as and when required. The requirements can occur across a wide range of areas such as (but not limited to) General Clerical & Administration;Finance;Safety ;Procurement;Human Resources;Mechanical Engineers Civil Engineers,Electrical engineers,Technicians, Skilled trade,Unskilled labour,Drafts person,Architectural
Electric Ireland’s Energy Services division will continue to develop new innovative product and service offerings to deliver to Customers. To do this the team will take two approaches: 1. Electric Ireland or one of its agents will engage with firms / parties with innovative products and service offerings that Electric Ireland would work with to modify and/or customize to meet the needs of the Irish market. The purpose of Electric Ireland engaging with such firms / parties will be to trial the product or service in an end user environment in order to prove all aspects of the proposition and/or to establish the most appropriate way to deliver such a product or service. This may include adding it to, or integrating it with other offerings to provide it as part of Electric Irelands overall product or service offering, which may be fully branded as an Electric Ireland product or service. 2. Electric Ireland will continue to engage with firms / parties who can provide proven Smart products and services, which are already fully developed, tested and proven propositions and are already being offered to market. This notice addresses the first of the two approaches described above and therefore Electric Ireland is seeking expressions of interest from firms / parties of products and services which can support our Smarter Living innovation developments. In order to qualify for consideration for this programme, Electric Ireland has chosen to use Supply-Line the Qualification System operated by Achilles for vendor management of the parties interested in being considered. Requirements: Supply-Line, the vendor management system operated by Achilles Procurement Services will be used as the qualification system for the potential award of contracts for supply of Smart Homes and Buildings product and service offerings including microgeneration and energy storage solutions, as and when they arise. Please refer to the documentation available to download from etenders.
Louth County Council are seeking tenders from suitable qualified individuals or organisations for the conducting of inspection and testing of Portable Electrical Appliances (PAT) in accordance with the following legislation and guidance: • The Safety Health and Welfare at Work Act 2005. (No. 10 of 2005) • The Safety, Health and Welfare at Work (General Applications) Regulations 2007. (S.I. No. 299 of 2007) Part 3. Electricity. • IS 3217: 2008 – Emergency Lighting • IS 3218: 2009 – Fire Detection and Alarm Systems • Electro-Technical Council of Ireland “National Rules for Electrical Installations” 4th Edition ET 101: 2008 Such testing will include and not be limited to: • visual inspection of each item • an insulation resistance test • an earth protective conductor test (class 1 only) • flash test and load test and verification of earth continuity • Verification of correct fuse rating • Verification of suitability and integrity of cord grip • Verification of correct cable termination • Verification that there are not any exposed cables • Verification that there are no signs of internal damage or overheating • Verification that there is no evidence of the presence of liquid, dust or dirt. The successful tenderer will also: • Issue to the Local Authority suitable certification that Portable Appliances tested conform to the appropriate Health and Safety Regulations. • Be required to record and present in a suitable hard copy and digital copy format, a data base, which shall be and remain the property of Louth County Council, of all the equipment tested and its status following the inspection in an agreed format that can be maintained by the authority, it must have the following headings: o Location or vehicle registration o Section i.e. water services, housing, environment o Date of initial test o Description of equipment, e.g. computer screen, computer box, lead, phone charger, jigsaw, circle saws etc. o Frequency of testing in accordance with Appendix 9 of Po
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The Commission for Energy Regulation (CER) is Ireland’s independent energy and water regulator. The CER was established in 1999 and now has a wide range of economic, customer protection and safety responsibilities in energy. The CER is also the regulator of Ireland’s public water and wastewater system. The CER’s primary economic responsibilities in energy cover electricity generation, electricity and gas networks, and electricity and gas supply activities. As part of its role, the CER jointly regulates the all-island wholesale Single Electricity Market (SEM) with the Utility Regulator in Belfast. The SEM is governed by a decision-making body known as the SEM Committee, consisting of the CER, the Utility Regulator and an independent member. The overall aim of the CER’s economic role is to protect the interests of energy customers. The CER has an important related function in customer protection by resolving complaints that customers have with energy companies. The CER currently wishes to engage consultancy support to provide technical expertise and support on all areas of electricity networks regulation including both electricity transmission and distribution. The consultancy support will require expertise in key areas including: • Resolutions of Connection Disputes • Grid Code and Distribution Code Derogations Applications and Modifications • European Network Code on Requirements for Grid Connection Applicable to all Generators • Regulated Charging • Generation Connection Issues • Connection Policy • Transmission and Distribution Capex and Opex Revenues and Distribution Use of System (DUoS) and Transmission Use of System (TUoS) – Review of plans and submissions. • Licence Compliance Monitoring - Review of submission of technical codes etc A detailed specification of requirements is set out in Section 2 of Appendix 1. Tender document available to download from www.etenders.gov.ie
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