Our cyber assurance consultants worked within the El Com team to establish clear procedures, and equip the internal team to test and inspect the equipment, independent of consultant support.
Collaboration within an ITSUS-led team
To develop a through-life approach to electrical cabinet certification and create a Central Asset Register. We provided project management, coordinated data and engaged with stakeholders.
Establishing their current position
We reviewed legislation, MOD policy and local interpretation, and existing systems to establish a common understanding of electrical compliance requirements.
Collecting multiple data sets to generate a consolidated view
Network Equipment Cabinet (NEC) assets, locations and ownership. We actively engaged with stakeholders to understand existing El Com management arrangements and input to future options.
Liaising with the Design Authority
To propose JSP updates to achieve a coherent pan-MOD understanding of El Com requirements, inspection and test regimes.
Undertaking site visits
To understand local maintenance contract models and provide an independent assessment of compliance against a common interpretation of standards and legislation.
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