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Electrosuisse Code of Conduct
Electrosuisse – Association for Electrical Engineering, Power and Information Technologies
Various services for the electrical industry
Electrosuisse is committed to promoting the safe, reliable, economical and environmentally friendly generation and use of electricity. Furthermore, it represents Swiss economy in the field of electrical engineering in the international standardisation and certification bodies and runs the ESTI Federal Inspectorate for Heavy Current Installations on behalf of the federal government.
Consulting and Inspections
|As an accredited and neutral body, Electrosuisse offers consulting, inspections and special measurements in the area of electrical high-voltage and low-voltage systems. Well-trained consultant engineers and inspectors can support you with their extensive expertise. Put your trust in our experience, which is founded on 125 years of activity.|
Tests and Certification
With accredited and internationally recognised test laboratories, Electrosuisse conducts neutral and independent tests of electrical and electronic equipment and components. We provide electric safety tests, EMC tests, environmental assessments as well as material tests to international IEC and EN standards, conformity tests to various EU directives including RoHS (Restriction of the use of certain Hazardous Substances) and ErP (Energy-related Products).
|Electrosuisse is one of the leading providers of further training for skilled electricians. The high level of vocational and further training is regarded as one of the most important locational advantages of Switzerland as a workplace. Current expertise and constant further training are an essential production factor for the company and a crucial criterion for a successful professional career.|
With the CES (Comité Electro¬technique Suisse), Electrosuisse organises and supports the entire Swiss electrical engineering standardisation in more than 80 technical committees and represents the interests of the Swiss industry in international bodies such as Cenelec (European Committee for Electrotechnical Standardization) and the IEC (International Electrotechnical Commission).