SELECT operates a Quality Management System which complies with the requirements of ISO 9001:2015. This is for the management and delivery on behalf of the SJIB of the Electrotechnical Certification Scheme (ECS) Health, Safety and Environmental Assessment for individuals working in the Scottish Electrical Contacting Industry.
To order ECS Health, Safety and Environmental assessments, please complete the application, scan and email to firstname.lastname@example.org
We do not accept photographed applications, please either scan and email to us or alternatively post to the SJIB, please ensure that the correct postage is applied
Please refer to the new ECS Card Portal to see the health and safety requirements for each card.
Find out more below…
ECS Employer Guidance
The Electrotechnical Certification Scheme (ECS) became affiliated to the Construction Skills Certification Scheme (CSCS), as part of a drive to have the industry workforce carrying the appropriate skill cards.
ECS Invigilation rules
The Invigilator is paramount to the successful implementation of the ECS health, safety and environmental assessment and is responsible for ensuring the integrity of the process.
Employers ECS Application
To order ECS Health, Safety and Environmental assessments please complete the application and return it to the SJIB.
ECS Assessment Applications
This application is applicable to individuals who are organising the assessment on their own behalf.
The FAQs have been produced to help answer any questions individuals may have on any aspect of the assessment process.
ECS Question and Answer booklet
The ECS Question and Answer booklet contains all the questions used in the bank to allow candidates to practice for the assessment.
Guidance for training providers
All exemptions for the ECS health, safety and environmental assessment are granted at the discretion of the SJIB and JIB, operating through the ECS Steering Committee. This document provides guidance regarding exemptions and how to apply for one.
List of aproved exceptions
Applicants who are able to show they hold certain valid and current certificates are exempt from taking the ECS Health, Safety and Environmental Assessment.