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Regs Live

We're here to answer all your 18th Edition questions.

Introducing Regs Live

Throughout this year and next we will be on hand to speak to you and answer any questions you may have about the 18th edition of the wiring regulations.

Unveiled as part of our stand team at ELEX in Manchester (March 15th/16th) our team of experts are on hand to answer your questions and offer guidance concerning the revised regulations.

‘Regs Live’ will also feature at ELEX Shows being held this year and next.

A number of key areas are already in the spotlight and we are committed to helping ensure visitors have a working understanding of what will be different once the new regulations come into full force on 1st January 2019.

Topics discussed so far include: arc fault detection, surge protection, overload protection of devices, the selection of appropriate Residual Current Devices and the selection of devices incorporated within an assembly.


Steve York

Steve York is Residential Market Manager for Hager Ltd and is responsible for evolving and implementing our Residential and Building Automation road map and strategy, working extensively with the Hager UK and International product management teams to develop our Residential offer.

Hager works closely to support all Industry key certification bodies and associations and Steve takes the lead for all Residential interactions alongside our Technical and Training team.

Steve has worked in the industry for over 30 years starting out as an electrician and then moving into a variety of roles within product development and ultimately market management. Steve also represents Hager on a variety of Residential industry standards committees.

Paul Collins

Paul is Technical & Training Manager for Hager Ltd and is responsible for providing the technical information of Hager products to which he has detailed knowledge. He also has responsibility for developing training courses offered by the company for CPD and for City & Guilds.

Paul has worked in the industry for over 30 years starting out in electrical product development and short circuit testing. Paul is also a qualified College lecturer and has worked for a number of years teaching City & Guilds courses on BS 7671 and Inspection & Testing.