Our UPS Engineers

a dedicated, in-house team of highly trained ups engineers, covering you for all eventualities

With a plethora of knowledge and expertise, our in-house team of UPS engineers are expertly trained to install, maintain and commission a wide range of backup power solutions including Borri, Huawei, Legrand and CertaUPS UPS systems.

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UPS Engineer Capabilities

Our in-house team of more than 20 highly trained UPS engineers are at the heart of our business. They are instrumental in delivering our flexible, cost-effective UPS maintenance contracts. With a collective experience of 85 years working for Power Control, the highly motivated team of field engineers possess the expertise to install, maintain and commission a multitude of UPS brands and technologies.

Not only trained in UPS systems, our engineers hold an extensive knowledge across multiple emergency power systems and accessories including diesel generator power protection and bespoke battery works.

Our UPS engineers receive regular ongoing training to ensure that they have up-to-the-minute technical skills and knowledge of the latest technical standards to continuously provide a first-class service.

Ongoing Training

Although all of our engineers hold diplomas in electrical engineering, we also have engineers who specialise in specific aspects of critical power protection and data centre power infrastructure. This enables the team to work together in developing detailed and creative solutions to the complex maintenance of UPS systems.

Power control provides all in-house engineers with ongoing training. We actively encourage the team to build on their vast skills and experience ensuring they have up-to-the-minute knowledge of the latest technical standards and practices.

Apprentice UPS Engineers

Bringing a fresh approach and a positive attitude to UPS maintenance, Power Control invests in facilitating the training and guidance required for aspiring UPS engineers through a range of in-house UPS engineer apprenticeships. We believe that apprenticeships provide an exciting career path, offering a uniquely valuable opportunity to gain in-work experience, develop industry-specific skills and achieve a recognised qualification.

Specialist BORRI UPS Engineers

Our UPS engineers have been expertly trained by Borri maintenance specialists to install, maintain and commission all Borri single and three phase UPS systems. They also have a direct access to the wide network of Borri UPS engineers for instant support.

Specialist Huawei UPS Engineers

Our specialist UPS engineering team have been fully trained to install, commission and maintain all Huawei modular UPS and have direct access to the vast network of Huawei engineers for direct and immediate support.

UPS Engineer Accreditation’s

All of our UPS engineers hold a number of industry specific accreditation’s. This means they have been assessed in a number of industry specific areas to the required standard. You can therefore be sure that our engineers are committed to excellence across all of our complete maintenance, install and service solutions for most UPS brands and ancillaries such as batteries and electrical installations.

As a member of the Institution of Occupational Safety and Health (IOSH), you can have the peace of mind that our team of engineers prioritise the safety and health of themselves and each other, maintaining a safe work environment. Our ongoing membership enables us to have access to regular safety and health training courses ensuring we are up to date with information, advice and best practice.

With all of our engineers having been accredited and approved by the electrotechnical certification scheme (ECS) you can rest assured that not only do our engineers meet or exceed the skill set required to maintain the intricacies of UPS systems, but it also provides you with the confidence that the engineer has the skills in line with the occupation listed on the ECS card.

As part of their job, our engineers lift, lower, pull and push heavy UPS systems. This means they are legally required to have received manual handling training. All of our engineers have received formal manual handling training, teaching them how to improve manual handling techniques, move and handle loads safely in a practical environment and be able to conduct a personal manual handling risk assessment.

Although our engineers do not work with removing asbestos, they may be working in environments where asbestos could be present. This is why we ensure that all of our engineers have been on an asbestos awareness training course.

In order to be compliant with the Health & Safety (First aid) Regulations 1981, all of our engineers have received a level 2 award in emergency first aid at work (QCF). This provides them with a comprehensive set of practical skills required to deal with first aid emergencies in the workplace.

Due to the nature of work our UPS engineers are carrying out, they have received adequate working at height guidance in compliance with The Work at Height Regulations 2005.

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