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The IEE Regulations are non-statutory but, if they are adhered to
compliance with which one of the following statutory regulations is most
a) Electricity Safety, Quality and Continuity Regulations 2002
b) Electricity at Work Regulations 1989
c) Cinematograph Regulations 1955
hi guys hope some one on here can help me out in looking to be able to self certify my foreigners.
I have my 2330
17th edition 3rd amendment
Is there anything else I need?
Do I need to be registered with the nic?
Do I need liability insurance?
Been looking round on google but the...
a second opinion would be appreciated
was called to a house in February as RCD was intermittently tripping. some times 3 times a day sometimes none. during my initial look i discovered when the oven was ran for more then 5 minutes the RCD tripped. my inspection then found a...
Hi everyone, im new in the electrical field.
the scenario is someone asked me to reconnect main ins a RCD wires. but he asked for certificate for that.
I only reconnected to wires. I did take Ze,Zs for 2 breakers after the RCD, RCD tests, Main Bonding, Main cutout, earth arrangement details...
Will you still work on a roof if it's icy? Just wondering if anyone had any strategies to deal with early morning frost. Might it be possible to spread salt/grit/sand across the roof surface before going on? Working from roof ladders with a hook over the ridge might be safer but limit...
Fault on micc, one leg of two-core down to earth.
Anyhow big probs cos fixed / glanded into conduit box in concrete ceiling...supposed to be phased and tested before, the fault magically appeared after!
Ideas what to do and get out of hole before boss finds out
We settled on one guys idea who...
Hi, Just a quick one which may have already been posted, just wondered if anyone has used websites such as ratedpeople.com for work leads? Can you leave me some feedback, good or bad on these. Im currently working as self employed for various agencies, but dont want to be to reliant on them for...
Hi all, my first post! Well, I was called to a job the other night because the cooker was tripping the rcd. Didn't have an insulation resistance tester with me so i disconnected the cable supplying the cooker from the cooker connection plate turned it on and still the rcd was tripping.Any way i...
I have had a call out to investigate an RCD tripping. Initially this was thought to be caused by a leak from the shower. The installation has been installed poorly with a multitude of junction boxes under the floor (i counted 15 within 2 metres of the fuseboard). I located the problem...
been working with another spark today on a job where the rcd keeps tripping intermittentley all legs clear >299Mohms. Lighting is on non rcd side all clear apart from 1 c/ct down to 0.49Mohms the other spark reckons this was taking the rcd out i disagreed and just wanted some1 else to tell me...
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