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National accreditation body WaterSafe has launched a film starring its members to recruit more qualified plumbers in England to its register, which is free to join. The film highlights the vital role that qualified, approved plumbers carry out every day to keep tap water safe and healthy.
Plumber brothers and WaterSafe members Mike and Dave Turnbull (pictured above) are encouraging qualified plumbers to sign up to WaterSafe, which offers customers a trusted route to a professional plumber.
The plumbers highlight how membership boosts their business, with a listing on the largest online directory for approved plumbers in the UK, which is promoted by all water companies and drinking water regulators.
WaterSafe says being on its approved register shows customers that they are specifically trained in the regulations that help keep drinking water healthy in homes and businesses. In addition, water companies trust WaterSafe approved plumbers to self-notify certain types of plumbing work and will support them with free advice on the water regulations.
Julie Spinks, director of WaterSafe, says: “Our new England-wide recruitment film encourages qualified plumbers to get the recognition they deserve by gaining WaterSafe approval. Helping them stand out to customers. Using WaterSafe’s online database of over 6000 approved plumbers gives customers peace of mind that they’re fully qualified to do a competent, professional job.”
Mike Turnbull, plumber and WaterSafe member, adds: “I think every qualified plumber should get WaterSafe approved – being able to self-notify plumbing work is such an advantage, and I get regular jobs coming my way from my local water company.”
For more information on joining WaterSafe, the UK register of approved plumbers, visit watersafe.org.uk/howtojoin