Emma Clancy is the Chief Executive of Certsure LLP, a leading UKAS accredited certification provider to the Building Services industry and a “Times Top 100 Best Companies to Work For”. Emma was instrumental in creating Certsure by bringing together key bodies in the electrical industry to create a unique not for profit organisation. Certsure is owned by a Charity and a Trade Association and trades as NICEIC and ELECSA. Certsure is the leading regulatory body in the electrical industry, with over 60 years history and 37,000 registered firms employing 95,000 customers.
Nine out of ten electrical jobs carried out in the UK are undertaken by a Certsure customer.
Emma started her career at Marks and Spencer, then moved to Which? magazine where she took up her first HR role. She then held a senior HR business partner role at Royal Bank of Scotland. She was then appointed to the position of HR Director at NICEIC, where she moved from an HR position into the role of CEO, a position she has occupied for over five years. During this time she has led business growth and a successful culture change programme.
Emma has run a number of high profile campaigns around the importance of employee engagement and has been active in encouraging women into the construction industry.
Emma is currently serving her second term on BRAC (Building Regulations Advisory Committee) and a founder member of the Consumer Protection Alliance; she is also a trustee of a charity working to promote awareness of the symptoms of cancer to the construction sector in order to promote early diagnosis.