NOJA Power elevated to National Master Electrician Status

NOJA Power has been recognised as one of Australia’s best providers of high quality, safe and environmentally friendly electrical services by achieving national industry accreditation as a Master Electrician – the highest level of professional accreditation for an electrical contractor.

Press Release

July 2010
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NOJA Power Accredited as Master Electricians

Master Electricians CEO Malcolm Richards said NOJA Power should be very proud of its Master Electrician status, as the extensive selection criteria for accreditation ensures that only the finest members of the electrical industry can become Master Electricians.

“To be considered a Master Electrician, electrical contractors must agree to be audited annually for safety and quality, offer their customers a 12-month guarantee on workmanship, and adhere to a strict code of practice,” Mr Richards said.

“Our members must also demonstrate that they have a comprehensive safety management system in place to protect themselves and their customers.”

Mr Richards said that the Master Electricians program was created to help consumers make an educated choice among their local electrical contractors, and to encourage electricians to better meet the needs and safety requirements of their customers.

“Master Electricians take pride in the fact that when customers see our logo they can genuinely know that they have chosen the best. By having Master Electricians in the local community it will also help to raise the bar for other electricians in the area, which is good for everyone,” Mr Richards said.

NOJA Power’s MD Neil O'Sullivan said that becoming a Master Electrician was a great honour and an opportunity to set NOJA Power apart from its competitors.

“Our customers have always trusted us to deliver a high standard of work for them but now the rest of the community can also recognise our commitment to electrical excellence."

“NOJA Power is very proud to be accredited as Master Electricians, and we will work very hard to maintain that status in the years ahead.”