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Sent to Coventry

Warrington-based compliancy specialists CLM has commenced an electrical safety testing programme involving 180 properties of Coventry City Council, the first being 10 schools during the summer holiday.

Sent to Coventry

Tests are carried out on portable appliances in use by council employees, as well as on installations within all the buildings. Hi-tech thermal imaging technology will be used to test installations while live in use from a safe distance for the safety of CLM’s own engineers.

The properties to be tested include the city’s grade II-listed Council House, which despite its early Tudor styling was actually built in 1917. This is where King George VI dined on a cold meal by candlelight visiting a day after the November 1940 blitz.

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