Every building, whether it is residential, commercial or industrial, relies on a safe and uninterrupted supply of electrical power.  BEAMA members manufacture virtually all of the low voltage equipment found in buildings, and our industry aim is to deliver products that give the peace of mind which comes hand in hand with performance and safety standards compliance.  Electrical installation equipment contributes not only to safety but also energy efficiency, and BEAMA works with its members to influence standards and regulations that deliver against these twin objectives.   

Chris Pack - Head of Building Electrical Services

Interested in Membership?

If you would like to find our more information about the BES sector or would like to find out how to join one of the product groups. Please contact Chris Pack Head of Building Electrical Services email: chris.pack@beama.org.uk or download our membership pack here

 

Building Electrical Systems

The Building Electrical Systems (BES) sector within BEAMA represents leading companies who manufacture products which manage the supply of electricity in buildings. This includes circuit protection and control products together with their associated enclosure systems. The group also contains manufacturers of cable management products and systems which support the safe distribution of electricity.

This sector currently consists of the following groups: Cable Management, Engineered Systems, Cut-Outs & Feeder Pillars, and Industrial and Single Phase Products.

The strategic direction and activities of each group are determined by its Management Committee, comprised of, and chaired by, member companies. who also sit on relevant technical committees and specific task groups. The sector is focused on supporting the development and maintenance of product standards at UK, EU and International level via our active and experienced technical committees. BEAMA is also represented at JPEL/64, Electrical Installations of Buildings, which is the joint IET/BSI technical committee responsible for the maintenance and development of the UK wiring regulations. The groups provide regular responses to government requests for support and consultations on subjects such as improving electrical safety.


Member companies are also working together across industry to support the Implementation of digitalisation projects in the UK such as Building information modelling (BIM).