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What are your thoughts on letting customers access a fuseboard?

I'm working for a company that rents out rooms by the hour for people to play musical instruments and they often trip the power. These are unmanned premises. I've been asked to place a fuseboard in the corridor with RCBOs for the socket power in the room (only).

Apart from all the alarm bells in my head, are there any guidelines/regulations on unleashing the untrained onto a DB in this situation?

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