ETCI  
ETCI
Electro Technical Council of Ireland

What We Do

What is ETCI?

The Electro-Technical Council of Ireland Limited (ETCI) has two primary roles:

  • Electro-technical standardisation
  • The promotion of electrical safety

ETCI represents all aspects of electrotechnology in Ireland and is the Irish Electrotechnical Committee to the International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) and the European Committee for Electrotechnical Standardisation (CENELEC). ETCI is the Irish member of the Electricity Section of the International Social Security Association (ISSA).


ETCI's Mission Statement

In fulfilment of its responsibility as the Irish standardisation body for the electrical industry, ETCI involves everyone associated with the electrical industry, seeking comment, input and suggestions of the industry. It then prepares rules, guides, and codes of practice and through consultation achieves agreement on a consensus basis.

ETCI is the Irish Electrotechnical Committee to the International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) and the European Committee for Electro-Technical Standardisation (CENELEC) and, as such, contributes towards the formulation of international standards which are subsequently published by NSAI as Irish Standards.

Accordingly, the Mission Statement of ETCI may be defined as follows:

"To provide the representative voice of the Irish Electrical Industry on technical matters relating to safety and standards both in National and International Forums."

 



 

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