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flukeyspark

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As Ive said in an earlier post I have my NICEIC assessment shortly, and wondered if it is essential to have amp clamps, nulling units & lock off equipment etc?..........:confused:
 
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Spudnik

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You will need all your paperwork, insurances etc along with copies of certs for jobs that you have done.

Then all you need is your test equipment and your brains.

You will get asked to show how to do certain tests and what the results mean, but the most important thing BEFORE any testing is proving safe isolation. And thats not with a voltstick!

Just relax. It'll be over before you know it.

Good luck!
 
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WarrenG

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If you have a warning sign, lock offs and a proving unit then i'm sure you would impress the assessor more but if you haven't just follow the correct procedures of isolation.

Remember that you can remove fuses / mcbs for safety if you do not have a locking device.

And you can also prove your voltage indicator on a know supply.

The assessor may want to see your tools, testing equipment, calibration certs and books such as On-site Guide & Regs book etc.

Good Luck! ;)

Warren
 
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flukeyspark

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Thanks guys this really helps......:eek:
 
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