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Just due to start a job next week and was talking to the self employed (corgi registered part p) gas fitter.
As i saw him wiring a sw fuse for the boiler - at ceiling height and as a spur from a spur-Via a joint box under the floor i asked him if he had done his 17th edition yet.
He said no, So i asked him who was signing his paperwork (17th edition minor works) His answer was he is (both sections)as he has all the 17th books regs on-site guides and is sent how-to's from corgi, and is part p registered.
Tell me this can't be legal, I thought that if you sign a 17th ed cert you have to have the qualification to back it up.
I have already left a message with the owner that the boiler will have to have a new supply (spur off spur)
 
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