Note. Remedial work is separate agree.
Persons undertaking the practical inspection and testing of electrical equipment. (1.1.3)
Detailed information on the inspections and tests necessary is given to competent persons who have specific responsibilities for carrying out the formal visual inspections and the combined electrical inspections and tests, either in-house or on a contractual basis for a client.
Users of electrical equipment. (1.1.1)
Users of electrical equipment have responsibilities, which include ensuring the equipment they obvious visual damage or defects. Users should be instructed to remove from service and report any defective equipment. Detailed checks that users should perform before using an item of equipment are given in Chapter 13 of this publication.
Persons managing a maintenance scheme (duty-holders). (1.1.2)
Advice to duty-holders in three areas is given in Part 1 of this Code
Issues relating to combined inspection and testing holders can make decisions concerning arrangements for inspection and testing, including the frequency of any combined inspections and tests.
An explanation is supplied of the information that service duty-holders should receive from any organization carrying out information is provided inspection and testing.
Information is provided so that duty-holders can decide whether any combined inspection and testing could be carried out in-house.
Services London, Certified Electricians & Engineers
All inspections and testing are done with modern technology machines.We use the most modern software (generation) to fill electronic Electrical Certificates.
Documentation to be given to the customer.
Users electrical equipment, persons managing maintenance scheme, persons performing inspections and tests, and other duty-holders. (1.1)
Other duty-holders such as landlords, company directors, managers and building services managers etc. (1.1.4)
The guidance in this Code of Practice is intended to assist duty-holders in meeting the requirements of the Electricity at Work Regulations appropriate. It sets out the relevant requirements of the Regulations and gives guidance Although it reflects the IET'S view of the meaning of terms used in the Regulations, only or local authority requirements as the Courts can provide a binding interpretation.The purpose of this Code of Practice is to amplify the nature of the precautions in general terms. This will help to achieve high standards of electrical safety
Purpose of In-service Inspection and Testing Electrical Equipment:
Save you many:
Remember that a bad equipment appliance can cause damage to your electrical installation or cause fire.
An equipment or appliance that does not work well is like a cancer for its installation.
Have you all documentation in order for your insurance to pay for any damage or accident.
Step for curry out the Inspection:
agree with the customer (estimate).
Make of the inspection.
Filled of documentation.
Cancel all payment.
Send of the documentation.
This Code of Practice gives guidance for.
1 Users of electrical equipment.
2 Persons with duty-holder responsibilities for maintenance of electrical equipment, either within or contracted to an organization or authority, e.g, facility managers landlords, building managers etc. Part 1 provides information for persons with these particular responsibilities.
3 Persons undertaking practical inspection and testing of electrical equipment. Such persons should study and become fully conversant with all of this Code of Practice. Part 2 gives detailed information on testing that will need to be referred to frequently.
4 Other duty-holders such as landlords, company directors, managers and building service managers etc.