Multi Utility Recognition Status (MURS) accredited with Lloyds register
We operate under the Multi Utility Recognition Status (MURS) for those utility providers who already hold accreditation under the NERS (electricity), GIRS (gas) and WIRS (water) schemes.
Gas Industry Registration Scheme (GIRS)
Lloyds Register operates the Gas Industry Registration Scheme ( GIRS) one behalf of the UK Gas Transporters. Under the scheme, they perform technical assessments for accreditation, for work associated with the construction of new gas infrastructures operating up to 7 bar pressure. GIRS registered providers are able to undertake the new gas connections, services alterations or disconnections, dependent on the scope of their accreditations.
Water Industry Registration Scheme (WIRS)
This scheme is operated by Lloyds on behalf of the Water UK and the water utilities, and is the new Water Industry Registration Scheme. The scheme represents part of an ongoing process to facilitate multi-lay for service providers.
We hold Full Accreditation in the following aspects of WIRS-
CMS Construction of Mains and Services (All Works)
National Electricity Registration Scheme (NERS)
Lloyd’s Register operates, on behalf of the UK Distribution Network Operators (DNOs), the National Electricity Registration Scheme. Under this Scheme we hold Full Accreditation in the following disciplines-
Electrical Design of Distribution Networks Covering (HV Cable Networks 11kV / S/Station 11kV / LV Cable Networks to Domestic Properties)
Substation installation (11kV)
Cable laying (LV,11kV)
Cable jointing (dead LV, live LV and 11kV)